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 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 or Android 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.
- 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.
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).
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 4 x 4 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.04 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||1 gram|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
|Style Name||Blue SC|
Bluetooth 4.0 Cycling App-cessory • Tracks cycling speed, cadence and distance while you ride • Internal odometer tracks lifetime bike mileage • Includes Wahoo Fitness App and Wahoo Odometer App • Works with many popular cycling apps
Top Customer Reviews
Installation was simple and virtually identical to the Garmin units. Pairing was easy with Cyclemeter (iPhone app) and the whole thing works flawlessly.
I got this Wahoo speed and cadence sensor that uses the BLE technology to connect to my iPhone 5 and send the data to the DigiFit app that I use. The device attaches just fine to my road bike. I was able to connect it with the thick rubber band provided, but I was weary that it would pop off during my long rides, so I used the zip-ties instead. The magnets that I needed/used with the Garmin were replaced with the ingenious little magnet band that slips easily onto the pedal crank arm. Wahoo got that figured out nicely!
The other thing I like about this device over the Garmin GSC10 is the use of the Bluetooth. Granted, you need a device that uses it, but I notice that my iPhone 5 gets connects to the sensor much quicker and stays connected better than the Garmin did. When I stop for a period of time on my bike rides I usually pause the DigiFit app. With the Garmin and iPhone 3GS using the ANT+ technology it often wouldn't find the device right away and I'd have to retry the connection to get going. I haven't had that issue at all with this Wahoo. Granted, this could be a function of the iPhone, the ANT+ or the Garmin - any combination of those could have caused the issue.
I can't speak to how it works with the Wahoo app, since, as mentioned, I only have used it with the DigiFit app on both the iPhone 3Gs and the iPhone 5. But I really like this sensor and would definitely recommend it.
After purchasing a Kinetic Road Machine 2.0 Fluid Trainer I wanted something to monitor my speed and distance for some sort of measure rather than just duration of my exercise. I purchased the Wahoo brand because I have a Wahoo heart rate monitor that was simple to link/setup via Bluetooth to my iPhone and Roadtastic App and it as been reliable for the last 8 months.
When the first (and defective) SC monitor arrived I immediately installed it on my bike. I struggled with the rubber band securing device supplied because the band was too thick to stay in the groove of the SC monitor. Knowing the rubber band would detach easily wasn't a concern because I was only going to be riding on the trainer and would not lose the device the road. I wouldn't recommend securing the SC monitor via the rubber band if riding outdoors because it's only a matter of time before it would fail.
Once installed and adjusted per the instructions and video I found the cadence monitor to function properly but not the speed (wheel magnet pickup) function. Having installed many of these types of devices on my family's bicycles over the years I understood the general principles regarding proper alignment and distance between the magnet and pickup points of the device. After fumbling around with this for 45-50min. I removed the SC monitor from the bike and tried make it work from just the table top. Again the cadence monitor worked but not the speed - it appeared to be the pickup (stationary) not the magnet (moving).
I called Amazon, explained the problem and they sent a replacement out very promptly. When it arrived I checked it on the tabletop BEFORE installation and everything functioned properly. I secured the SC monitor to my bicycle using the zip ties provided and have been happy with the device for the last month of indoor and outdoor riding. Once I had a functioning SC monitor tt synced easily via Bluetooth with the Roadtastic and Wahoo apps on the iPhone. It seems accurate based on a quick comparison with my GPS on similar outdoor rides but I haven't spent a lot of time verifying.