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Wahoo TICKR Heart Rate Monitor for iPhone & Android
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- Personalized Heart Rate Training - Workout efficiently - view real-time heart rate, training zones and calories burned on your smartphone or tablet with compatible training apps. Official HR Monitor of Team Sky, defending champions of the Tour De France.
- Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ compatibility allows TICKR to connect to smartphones and tablets, as well as GPS watches by Garmin, Polar, and more. TICKR works with iPhone 4S and later, and with select Android devices using Android 4.3.
- Works with Wahoo RunFit + 50 Smartphone Apps including Nike+ Running, MapMyFitness, Runkeeper, Strava, Apple Health, Cyclemeter and more.
- Pair with Wahoo RunFit or Wahoo 7 Minute Workout and other compatible third party apps to personalize heart rate training zones and maximize your workout.
- Apple Watch Integration - Pair directly with the Apple Watch to track heart rate or sync heart rate data through the Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app or Wahoo RunFit app.
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Use the Apple Watch
Connect the TICKR directly to the Apple Watch to get heart rate in the Workout App or pair the TICKR with the Wahoo RunFit App (or another compatible 3rd party app) on your iPhone to view app and heart rate data on your Apple Watch
Heart Rate Monitor
The TICKR is the most advanced way to train with heart rate. It monitors your heart rate, calories burned, and duration, plus distance and pace when used with a smartphone and most popular fitness apps. The TICKR’s dual band technology (Bluetooth/ANT+) works with most smartphones, GPS devices, and the Apple Watch. Its the perfect heart rate monitor whether you are working towards a PR or just working off a big meal.
- Measures heart rate & calorie burn
- Works with the Apple Watch
- Third party app compatibility
- Bluetooth 4.0 & ANT+ enabled
Heart Rate Training
Measure heart rate and accurate calorie burn in real time when connected to a smartphone or ANT+ device.
Both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities allow for a wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS devices.
Wahoo RunFit App
Bring heart rate training into all your workouts including; running & walking, strength workouts, other cardio workouts, and more with the Wahoo RunFit App.
Two LED lights show the TICKR’s device connection (blue) and heart rate detection (red)
Third Party App Compatibility
Works seamlessly with over 50 Smartphone Apps including Nike+ Running, MapMyFitness, Runkeeper, Strava, Apple Health, and Cyclemeter/ Runmeter
Water Proof & Sweat Proof
Up to 5 feet (IPX 7 rating)
Coin cell battery; lasts up to 12 months
|Dual Band Technology (Bluetooth 4.0 & ANT+)||✓||✓||✓|
|Real Time Tracking||✓||✓||✓|
|Third Party App Compatibility||✓||✓||✓|
|Running Analytics: cadence, vertical oscillation, ground contact||✓||✓|
|Indoor Cycling Cadence||✓|
|Water Proof & Sweat Proof||✓||✓||✓|
|Color||Blue, White, Black|
|Item Dimensions||0.91 x 6.69 x 4.72 inches|
|Item Display Weight||8.5 grams|
|Shipping Weight||0.31 pounds|
|Size||one size fits all|
|Style Name||Heart Rate Monitor|
TICKR is the most advanced way to train with heart rate. Whether you are working towards a PR or working off a big meal, the TICKR helps you meet your goals. Pair with the Wahoo RunFit app to make your workouts more efficient by using heart rate to train intelligently. The TICKR monitors your heart rate and calories burned, plus distance and pace when used with a smartphone and most popular fitness apps. The TICKR’s dual band technology (Bluetooth 4.0/ ANT+) works with most smartphones and GPS devices, making it the ultimate heart rate monitor.
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Top customer reviews
Being that I have used the previous Blue version the Polar H7, the Garmin Forerunner and the Scosche Rhythm armband. I think I'm qualified to give an everyday user review of this new product.
1. Wahoo took all the lessons from the Blue and applied it to the TICKR, most important these. They gave the unit two small LED lights that tell you if your connected to a device via bluetooth and when its hitting on a heartbeat. So needed, most units you dont know what the status is of the unit, on? not connected? dead battery? This is solved with the lights, so smart.
2. The output transmission is even more OPEN Source, there are a lot of Heart rate monitors that force you to use their software or receivers. The new TICKER works with all the big iPhone Apps that I use such as MapmyRide, Strava, Digifit these apps grap and sync with this new unit with no problem. The previous Blue unit would not sync up with the Gym Equipment at my local LA fitness, this one does. That is something I allways liked with the Polar unit, and lost with the Blue but now the TICKR is connecting no problems.
3. The previous Blue unit ate up batteries on me, I was a heavy user and I understand it might have just been me. The new TICKR has yet to run out of steam, I did open the back up to see how the battery is mounted. This was a major change in design, the previous Blue had no way to get the battery out without having to slap the unit to get it to unseat. The TICKER battery just pops out no problem, and I did not see a diagram in the watch that instructs you to flip it over to reset the unit. I think its no longer needed. Face it, you will need to eventually have to change the $2 battery its good they made it easier to do.
If I had to change anything about the product, I would want a chest strap that didn't hold moisture, putting on a cold strap that just may stink is gross. Also I wish they would sell it with some kind of hard plastic case.
I have not tried their software App, but will download it today, but since it will latch onto all the major GPS/Tracking & Fitness apps I don't see the use, all my data is stored and i don't want to change what I like already.
So, in a nutshell this TICKR upgrade proves the company recognizes and responds to their customers, the Support is awesome, the compatibility with phone apps and gym equipment is seamless. It just works, no headaches.
I will say the only problem I have had is sometimes the unit didn't detect my heartbeat when I first put it on. What I've found is that the sensors on the strap need heat and a bit of moisture when it's making contact with your skin in order to work. Being that I have dry skin, especially in the winter time, the connection doesn't work many times for me. To easily fix this all you have to do is wet your finger tips a little bit and on the chest strap run them along the sensor strips near the snaps that go into the main unit. This will 1) help the unit get the heat and moisture it needs to make a good connections and 2) help it stick in place so it doesn't slide around!
Overall I'm very satisfied with this unit and can only highly recommend it for those wanting to track their workouts for the most effective results!
The strap stays in place fairly well, it has some grip on the front of the strap. I enjoy lifting weights and even when muscle groups in direct contact are engaged it stays in place (I was super-surprised no movement during pull-ups!) The strap connects to the unit with two button snaps in the front making it easy to put on and take off. The strap is made out of a material that does not seem to soak up sweat easily and therefore does not smell bad even after two weeks of intense workouts.
The only drawback is that it has lights that blink to let you know it's on/functioning; they show through my shirt which makes me feel a little too robot/nerdy for the gym.
I have paired it with many devices, all of which worked as expected (both Bluetooth and ANT+). It is recognized in Strava, the Wahoo app (which I find very good), and Garmin firmware on several devices.