- Size (LWH): 5.25 inches, 1.75 inches, 2.75 inches
- Weight: 3.2 ounces
iBike Dash CC Cycling Computer for iPhone 3G/3GS/4 and iPod Touch
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- Rugged Phone Booth TM case completely encloses your iPhone 4 for superior rain and shock protection
- Large, full-color, easy-to-read backlit screen
- Memory size: uses iPhone/iPod Touch internal memory for essentially unlimited ride file lengths and numbers of ride files
- Windows System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7, Macintosh System Requirements: Intel Mac running OSX 10.5+
- Continuous operation can be extended beyond 5 hours by changing spare battery during ride
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From the Manufacturer
Create a Transformational Cycling Device
The "Smart" case houses patented electronics that interact with your iPhone or iPod Touch to send cycling signals to the iBike app. Through the iBike app that information is translated into an astounding display that completely reinvents the cycling experience. All of the elements working together to transform your iPhone or iPod Touch into the iDash CC - the most amazing cycling meter you've ever experienced.
Get Started in Minutes
Created to be easy, intuitive and fun, the iDash CC is remarkably simple to set up. Advances in electronics have done away with the need for calibration and there are no more instruction manuals needed! Easy-to-follow, on-screen directions walk you through the set up process screen-by-screen. New iDash CC steer tube mounting system simplifies setup and makes iDash CC mounting secure and removal easy. You'll be ready to ride in no time!
*Improved Accuracy via Included Wireless ANT+ Speed Sensor & Spoke Magnet
Top Customer Reviews
Cycling has its share of gizmos. iBike earns it keep and is a great product. For those that are looking for power measurement the options are few and costly. This system works flawlessly with the iPhone. I believe iPod Touch (have not tried) would find that this is a great way to use the iPod Touch. I just completed a 75-mile ride and the iPhone battery and the backup iBike battery lasted the entire ride (could have easily lasted for a 100 mile ride in my view) with the cell phone and WiFi radios on and working. For beginning riders you'll appreciate the simplicity of iBike. I have seen good applications and this is one very good application. You should like it as much as I do.
For iPhone and iPod users the iBike is a great answer. It does the job. It makes you a more informed rider. It puts your iPhone/iPod to work. It protects you iPhone/iPod. And it makes you look forward to doing even more on and off your bike like viewing your own custom screens and viewing your data on your laptop post ride. Think through whether or not you really want another device laying around like a cycling computer. In my view it is best to use your iPhone and ride with it where you can see texts and quickly catch up on email at stops. It is just a great answer for cycling.
For riders that are checking out other power information systems my view is that the iBike+Power works. It does what it needs to do and does it well. This system is thought through and has good workmanship. I have not had any issues and have given one to a nephew who also loves the system.
I've used a regular iBike for years on my race bike but really like the "CC" for my hybrid. I've used this cycling computer for a few months now and I'm very pleased. Lots of bells and whistles, tons of data if you want or just enjoy a simple view. I got rained on hard and my iPhone stayed bone dry. Easy to read, easy to use and reasonable battery life. A bit big, but solid as a rock. I'm actually thinking about getting another one for my wife's Electra cruiser.
I also have a Powertap hub and wanted to be able to gather that data as well. Initially iDash was lacking in its ability to display that data in the ways that I wanted, but after communicating with the company, a revision was released that cured 75% of my issues, with a promise to continue working on the others. This occurred within a 2 week period - excellent response! They also fixed a data bug that I found in sending data to Training Peaks, and now my coach can see all the data he needs, on par with the Garmin or CycleOps.
I love the flexibility to modify the software and the responsiveness of the iBike team to improving the system. The iPhone format allows more flexibilty than any of the other units I compared it with.
At this point, there are just a few minor improvements that I can imagine to the Power data display (smoothing mostly, since as all power meter users know can be very jumpy) , but I feel sure iBike will add these in time.
My final test will be to crash the bike and see how the system and my iphone hold up. Will post update when that occurs!
Other problems: I had the stem mount and it caused the star nut to loosen and once again the case and phone fell, creating a very dangerous situation. Fortunately I was just riding up an incline so my speed was somewhat slow. Had to abort the ride to get the star nut replaced since it is a safety issue. Obviously there has been little thought given to the reliability of the stem mount regarding the star nut issue.
Battery life was abysmal. I bought the spare batteries. Their life was even worse.
Finally I gave up and bought a Garmin.
I will say on the few occasions that the ibike worked, it was great and gave valuable data. The shame is that it was unreliable, and on a couple of occasions dangerous. I would not use one if it was given to me free. Seems like they brought it to market too quickly without enough testing. A real disappointment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this from my husband as a birthday gift and I love it!
It was super easy to install (there were on screen videos) and it fits very securely on my handle bars. Read more
I purchased this unit with high hopes, as I wanted to use my iPod Touch with it. All went well until I had to attach the transmitting unit on the bottom fork. Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by thbolt
The case is built well and looks to be pretty near waterproof. Solid hard plastic and seems to hold it nicely and steadily. The real issue I have with it is internally... Read morePublished on June 2, 2012 by Mark R. Pearson
I purchased this product in November of 2011. The back of the case broke where the screw mounts onto the bike mount. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by ww72116
Okay...I tried to like this product. However, there were the following problems:
1. The mount is poorly made and I could not get all the screws to set so the mount... Read more
Got the i-bike dash cc today from amazon.All I can say is what a disappointment .It arrived with a scratched screen. Also It only came with this huge bar mount . Read morePublished on March 21, 2012 by R. wademan
Gosh - my patience is running out.
Firstly I bought the standard kit and on boix it said it was upgradeable. This is not the case in the UK. You have to buy as a package. Read more
I didn't quite understand how it would all come together and work, so I just had to trust a little bit. Once I got it, though, It has exceeded my expectations. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by jsarver
I so wanted to love this as I like the design with the internal spare camera style battery and a single hinge so much better than the design of the Wahoo Fitness bike case but no... Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by Doron Avizov