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Wahoo RPM Sensor for iPhone, Android and Bike Computers
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- Track and capture real-time cycling cadence on your iPhone, Android, and bike computer.
- Lightweight and easy to install - NO MAGNETS. Easily attaches to your bike's crank arm or shoe - (both mounts included).
- 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!
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Capture your critical cycling data in the free Wahoo Fitness app or many other 3rd party apps.
- Wahoo Fitness
- Ride with GPS
The Wahoo RPM Cadence sensor lets you capture the cycling data you crave. Pair this data hungry sensor with your iPhone, Android, or ANT+ bike computer and easily collect your real time cadence data 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.
- Track Cadence
- 3rd Party Apps
- Bluetooth 4.0 / ANT+
- Easy Share
- Low Energy
Track and Capture
Wirelessly capture cadence data.
Light and Easy
Sleek design and installs in seconds. No magnets!
Both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities allow for wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS bike computers.
Zip Tie or 3M Adhesive to crank arm.
Shoe mount Option (included).
CR2032 Replaceable Coin Cell Battery.
Battery Life: Up to 12 Months.
Don't worry, Be Appy
Works seamlessly with apps including Cyclemeter, Strava, MapMyRide and many more.
Upload to your favorite training platform after your ride with just the touch of a button!
|Battery Average Life||8 Hours|
|Item Dimensions||0.5 x 4 x 6.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.01 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.01 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||1 gram|
|Shipping Weight||0.09 pounds|
|Style Name||Cadence Sensor|
Style: Cadence Sensor
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I did have some initial troubles getting this to sync up with Zwift and I figured out why and how to fix it. I only purchased the cadence sensor and it showed up as both a speed and cadence sensor in Zwift. The issue was when the smart trainer was plugged in that showed up as the power source and controllable trainer, the Wahoo cadence sensor would not be read since Zwift didn't need a speed sensor anymore.
Therefore the fix is to wake up this cadence sensor and have it read as cadence in Zwift before you plug in your smart trainer. It may take a few extra seconds but this has been my consistent fix to that issue. Otherwise I can't speak to the accuracy of this in terms compared to others but it seems to be correct based on the Zwift avatar that visually pedals off the cadence reading. So far it has been a great addition to the virtual ride setup!
Also, if your cadence is below ~50 it doesn't pick up anything which screws up the analysis you might do in a 3rd party app so you are stuck with Wahoo's.
It works when it works. I get drops in the middle of my rides sometimes. Then it picks up again after a couple of minutes. Weird.
I guess that is why it was returned in the first place.
My phone continuously picks up my heart rate monitor (also blue tooth). My phone is not capable of ANT+ connectivity without the ANT+ drivers and I don't want to rely on those specifically for the lag and what I thought would be drops like this.
I thought BT would be the better connectivity.
I have it on my shoe during cycling and do not run with it.
If you've never tried a cadence sensor before this is a great place to start. Monitoring cadence is a great way to improve your biking. When I started I was often only at 60-70 rpm - by shifting into a lower gear and aiming for 80-85 rpm I've become a lot more efficient.