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Wahoo RFLKT Bike Computer for iPhone and Android
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- Wahoo RFLKT displays your favorite cycling app data directly on your handlebars via Bluetooth 4.0 from your smartphone.
- See Ride With GPS, Map My Ride, Cyclemeter, and Wahoo Fitness apps live on your handlebars while your smartphone stays safely tucked away. Syncs with Strava.
- Wirelessly receive speed, cadence, heart rate, power, call and text notifications, and turn-by-turn navigation (from Ride with GPS) all for under $80!
- Fully customizable data fields and highest in-class screen to computer ratio for easy viewing.
- Easy Mounting Options & All-Weather and All-Terrain Design - Stem, bar, and quarter turn mounting options; whether you are a road, mountain, or tri enthusiast, RFLKT has a mounting option for you. RFLKT is IPX7 certified (protected against water immersion for 30 minutes at depths of 1 meter) for riding in all types of weather and on all types of terrain.
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|Battery Average Life||600 Hours|
|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 0.05 x 1.6 inches|
|Item Weight||0.13 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||6.8 grams|
|Shipping Weight||0.31 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
RFLKT Bike Computer
Get Your Favorite Cycling App On Your Handlebars
Whether you are cycling to work or training for a century, the RFLKT puts the most popular cycling app data front and center. Fully compatible with:
- Wahoo Fitness
- Map My Ride
- Ride with GPS
RFLKT Bike Computer
Powered by your favorite app
The RFLKT turns your iPhone or Android phone into the most powerful bike computer on the market - all in a sleek, coin cell powered package. It takes the data from your favorite cycling apps on your phone and displays it directly on your handlebars. Allowing you to keep your phone safe in your jersey pocket.
- Speed, Cadence, Distance & More
- Easy Pairing & Sharing with 3rd Party Apps
- Big, Customizable Screen
- 3 Easy Mounting Options
- Waterproof & Shock Proof
Smartphone Powered, Ride Focused
Easy Pairing With Apps
Directly display your favorite cycling app data on your handlebars. The RFLKT is the easiest to use bike computer and it is fully compatible with the most popular cycling apps including Wahoo Fitness, Strava, Map My Ride, Cyclemeter, and Ride with GPS. When paired with the RFLKT, the iPhone has lasted up to seven hours in numerous field tests.
Big, Customizable Screen
With 70 percent screen, the RFLKT has the highest screen to computer ratio in the market. The screen is backlit, high contrast, and has a 128 x 128 resolution. Display fields are fully customizable so you can decide which app data is most important to see on each screen.
Best Value In Class
You don't have to wear a yellow jersey to care about improving your cycling skills. The RFLKT bike computer shows you all of your favorite cycling app data - speed, cadence, power, heart rate, turn-by-turn navigation, and more - wirelessly from your phone to your fingertips.
Easy Sharing Of Ride Data
Prove that record breaking segment happened without taking your hands off the handlebars. The RFLKT's easy pairing to your favorite cycling app makes uploading your ride is a breeze.
Waterproof and Shock Proof
RFLKT is IPX7 certified (protected against water immersion for 30 minutes at depths of 1 meter) for riding in all types of weather and on all types of terrain.
Easy Mounting Options For All
Stem, bar, and quarter turn mounting options; whether you are a road, mountain, or tri enthusiast, RFLKT has a mounting option for you.
No Recharging Necessary
The RFLKT operates for over a year on a single, and fully replaceable, coin cell battery. There is never any need to take your RFLKT off your bike and connect it to a computer or an outlet to charge. Even better, you will never miss a ride because your bike computer wasn't charged.
|RFLKT Bike Computer||RFLKT+ Bike Computer|
|Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity||✓||✓|
|ANT+ Connectivity||✔ (iOS only)|
|Fully Customizable Screen||✓||✓|
|Display GPS & Sensor Data||✓||✓|
|Control Music Playback||✓||✓|
|Waterproof & Shock Proof||✓||✓|
|Three Mounting Options||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Downside - it looeses its connection "freezes" about once ever two or three rides for no clear reason and can only be restarted by deleting the "sensor" and reinstalling it which requires a stop, digging the phone out etc etc
It also managed to fly off the mount once (in now more than a dozen rides). Granted I clipped a pothole going fairly fast - a big jolt, but I don't think something this light and delicate electronics, screen etc should come off without a special tool ever. It now has "command adhesive" between the display and its mount in addition to the native clip.
A great improvement over my prior iPhone holder and mount on the bars, but there is room for improvement
The android apps are new for wahoo and a bit rough around the edges, especially the Utility used to update the firmware for the device. It took several attempts to get the firmware to update properly. I believe the problem was that I connected it to the fitness app first then when trying to connect to the utility, the fitness app would not release it's connection to the device. After several reboots of my phone, I was able to get everything connecting properly.
My first ride with the device was a century. My moving time was 6 hours and total duration was 7 hours. Over that time, I used about 60% of my phone's battery life. I set the phone to airplane mode and then turned on Bluetooth and GPS. The phone was capturing data from GPS and the Wahoo Speed and Cadence sensor and transferring it to the RFLKT. I took along an external battery pack just in case but did not have to use it.
My phone was in my back pocket and I had none of the connectivity issues with the device that others have described. I am not sure if this is b/c the bluetooth radio on my phone is stronger than some of the iphones, or if it is due to a firmware fix. I stopped several times and was more than 20ft from my bike, still no loss of connection. At one point, I stopped long enough that there was no activity and the device went to sleep. I pushed one of the buttons to wake it, started riding and the RFLKT connected back up in a few seconds displaying the current ride being captured on the Wahoo Fitness app.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Horrible device. I have four (yes four) devices (2 RFLKT's and 2 RfLKT+). Wahoo sent me 2 free devices after their "firmware upgrade" completely made my devices stop... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
The product has constant connectivity issues working with my Samsung galaxy 7 cellphone. I have used the bike computer 10 times. Read morePublished 16 days ago by German Morera
If you don't mind a 5-12 second delay or occasional frozen screens this is for youPublished 17 days ago by Ben
Love my RFLKT so far! I have this paired with my Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence monitor and it is a must-have for any avid biker! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Anthony Krake
Same problems as a lot of other people. Worked great for two short rides then it would only power on for less than a second. Thought it was the battery but no. Read morePublished 20 days ago by W. Harris
The app to track your workouts is VERY limited.. They include an edit option for your workout but you cant name the workout!! Read morePublished 23 days ago by Chas Matlin
Let's start out with what this is NOT. The RFLKT is not a bicycle computer. It has no connection to the bike, other than mounting, and no awareness of it's motion. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Al Gritzmacher
The display is great and when it works it performs as advertised .... but if you have an Android phone it better be one that is on the list, and even then there are issues. Read morePublished 28 days ago by bill m
Worked for three rides then gave me a low battery warning and froze up. I changed the battery and now it doesn't want to start up properly. Turns on briefly then shuts down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ronni Ayoung