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Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence Sensor for iPhone, Android and Bike Computers
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- Track and capture real-time speed, cadence and distance on your iPhone, Android, and bike computer.
- Connects wirelessly via Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ to your iPhone, Android and/or bike computer.
- Works with Zwift and TrainerRoad! Capture cadence on your favorite indoor cycling platform.
- Also works with the free Wahoo Fitness app, Strava, RideWithGPS, MapMyRide, Cyclemeter, and more!
- Lightweight and easy to install, comes with both rubber band and zip tie mounts. Universal fit - works with most bikes and frame sizes.
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Mounts to chainstay. Magnets on spoke and crank arm.
Capture your critical cycling data in the free Wahoo Fitness app or many other 3rd party apps.
- Wahoo Fitness.
- Ride with GPS.
Wahoo Blue SC
Speed and Cadence Sensor
The Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence sensor lets you capture the cycling data you crave. Pair this data hungry sensor with your iPhone, Android or ANT+ bike computer and collect speed, cadence and distance to help optimize your cycling performance. After the ride, upload data from your phone to your favorite training platform with just the touch of a button.
- Speed, Cadence & Distance.
- 3rd Party Apps.
- Bluetooth 4.0 / ANT+.
- Easy Share.
- Low Energy.
Track and Capture
Wirelessly capture your speed, cadence and distance.
Don't worry, Be Appy
Works seamlessly with apps including Cyclemeter, Strava, MapMyRide and many more.
Both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities allow for wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS bike computers.
Zip tie or rubber mounting band options.
CR2032 Replaceable Coin Cell Battery.
Battery Life: Up to 12 Months.
Lightweight and Sleek
Weight: 36 grams.
Dimension: 3.5 x 1 x 3 inch.
Waterproof and Durable
Water Rating: IPX7 (waterproof up to 5 feet).
|Connects to iPhone, Android, and GPS Bike Computers||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Battery Average Life||48 Hours|
|Item Dimensions||1.57 x 4.72 x 6.69 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||0.11 grams|
|Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Style Name||Speed and Cadence Sensor|
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Top Customer Reviews
I had to return this item. The design of the mount to the chain stay put the unit in conflict with my rear fender and rear tire. Should fit most skinny tire bikes, but if you have a fat tire city bike, especially, if you have fenders, the SC may not fit your bike.
I was able to use the wheel magnet from another sensor, no problems. The magnet and wheel sensor do have to be fairly close to register, but no closer than with any other speed sensor I've used. The crank sensor worked just fine from the first crank.
I downloaded the Wahoo app and was able to get all the info on my phone no trouble. Then the reason I chose this particular sensor, I have TomTom watch which is compatible. Was able to pair with no trouble. I did have some trouble finding where to adjust the wheel size and share the workouts to MapMyFitness, but a couple of emails to the support team and my questions were answers quickly and cheerfully.
I am not sure why some of those who posted negative reviews had the issues they did. This worked just as advertised out of the box is affordable and customer service to date has been great.
Had this since May. The cadence sensor failed to work on my ride Saturday. Speed sensor continued to work fine. Thought it was the battery. Changed the battery, spun the pedals and lights lit up, cadence counted, etc. Went to ride on trainer this morning and no data. No speed, no cadence, nothing. Moved the cadence sensor to where it was just a hair away from the crank, still no data. Tried calling customer service today and had to leave a voice mail. Not happy. Emailed customer support, will see what they say. Very annoying since today is Wednesday and I have a race on Saturday. Will have to go to the trouble of installing my old computer that just calculates miles so I can at least see where I am during my ride on Saturday.
Another issue, the app stopped sharing with MapMyFitness. Emailed customer support, said there was a glitch, try shutting down phone, restarting and then try syncing. That fix worked as far as syncing goes.
Google to the rescue! The documentation in the box directs you to their website for instructions and YouTube videos from random people shed light on it. A good bet you will most likely need a 15mm open end wrench for your pedal and a 1.5mm allen wrench to adjust the wheel sensor before you get started.
Installs pretty easy, just have to play around with main unit to get it to work. They say magnets need to be within 4mm for it to work. The wheel sensor can be loosened with allen wrench then swung closer to wheel magnet. The crank sensor I think may be at mercy of bike crank and frame spacing itself; I put a nickel behind mine to get it to work. When wheel magnet passes the sensor you'll see LED flash, but this is not so with the crank magnet; however, listen carefully and you can hear the reed switch click on main unit.
Once you get all that out of the way, pairing it was as simple as any other device. If the sensor is sleeping, wake it by passing the magnets by the sensor - easy peezy. However, if you stop for a rest, it will go back to sleep and I have found it can be a pain to wake it back up at times.
One to the last thing, as slick as big rubber mounting band is for a mounting option, it broke on mine after a couple months - I have read reviews of this same thing happening to others on here. I was lucky in that it happened to me while using my bike on a trainer; if that had happened on the street it would most likely been run over or lost by the time I realized it was missing. I would recommend using nylon tie wraps to hold the sensor in place.
I would of given this a four if it had documentation in the box, a 1.5mm allen wrench, and if the crank magnet had an adjustable height. I reduced my rating to a three due to the issue with breaking mounting band, that could have been $50+ dollars down the toilet had it fallen off while on the road or bike path.
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