|Compatible with||Smartphones, Tablets|
|Item display length||6.5 inches|
|Item display width||4 inches|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Manufacturer||Wahoo Fitness (Sports & Outdoors)|
|Item model number||WFPODCAD2|
|Product Dimensions||16.51 x 10.16 x 1.27 cm; 0.08 Grams|
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Wahoo RPM Cycling Speed and Cadence Sensor, Bluetooth/ANT+
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|Item dimensions LxWxH||16.5 x 10.2 x 1.3 centimetres|
|Item weight||0.08 Grams|
|Battery life||8 Hours|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Manganese Dioxide|
About this item
- Track and capture real-time cycling cadence on your bike computer or smartphone with compatible training apps.
- Lightweight and easy to install – NO MAGNETS. Attaches to your bike’s crank arm or shoe (mounts included).
- Integrated with Bluetooth and ANT+, RPM sensors connect to smartphones, tablets, and bike computers by Wahoo, Polar, Garmin, and more.
- Record workout data with the Wahoo Fitness app and automatically upload data to your favorite training platform like Strava.
- Works with 50+ Smartphone Apps including Wahoo Fitness, Zwift, Trainerroad, Sufferfest, MapMyRide, Komoot, RideWithGPS, Cyclemeter, Peloton (iOS only), Rouvy, Fulgaz, Kinomap
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The Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor is a wireless, magnet-less, lightweight, cadence sensor. This sleek, Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ enabled cadence sensor is easy to install, connects wirelessly to your iOS or Android device and displays your cadence data (through the free Wahoo Fitness App or other top cycling Apps such as Starve, Map My Ride and Cyclometer). Additionally, the RPM will connect to ANT+ enabled bike computers.
Accurate Cadence Data
Track and capture real time cycling speed data on your iPhone, Android or Bike Computer.
Cadence sensor easily attaches to your bike's crank arm or shoe (both mounts included).
No more tangled wires! Bluetooth and ANT+ capabilities allow for wireless connection to both smartphones and bike computers.
Sleek, Lightweight Design
Sensors weigh only 7 grams. Perfect for spin class or use with multiple bikes.
CR2032 replaceable coin cell battery. Lasts up to 12 months. No recharging.
Third Party Apps
Send data to your favorite cycling apps - Wahoo Fitness , Strava, RideWithGPS, MapMyRide, Cyclemeter, and more.
|Bluetooth Smart & ANT+||✓||✓||✓|
|Third Party App Compatible||✓||✓||✓|
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By Andre Ang on 17 September 2020
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After reading around (and being tempted to go for a power meter instead) it came down to a cheap "own brand" (because why spend lots on an experiment), a Polar device (would match all my other devices but non-replaceable battery made it look a bit pricey) or this Wahoo device.
The price seemed reasonable enough with not much discount available anywhere and with the option to fit onto the Velcro strap on my shoes it seemed worth a try as I could also use it on my MTB or my occasional winter use indoor training bike and get my money's worth.
Fitting to a bike or using the shoe mount is simplicity as is setup/pairing. I've only used the shoe mount as the crank mounting options of tape or cable ties was a bit permanent while I experimented & decided but it's not rocket science.
To activate, you move/shake it and it links with your paired device and after a few revolutions it registers on the display.
Accuracy seemed good and I got to grips with it. After 3-4 days my Polar V650 suggested the battery was down to 50% - and although the Polar is sometimes a bit pessimistic about this figure with my HR monitor it seems to be a reasonable indicator that a battery has been in use for some time. I had an episode of it not registering and one of it stopping mid-ride so I figured maybe a dud battery. I changed the "no name" battery for an Energizer one and all was well for a week then another low battery warning, a failed connection and a mid-ride stop (when I stopped for a quick break) in past 24hrs. All of my rides have been about 35-40 minutes commuting - so nothing I'd say is excessive.
Changing the battery (a CR2032) involves twisting the unit out of it's mount (of necessity, quite a tight fit) and prising the case apart. Despite starting with a perfectly sized flathead screwdriver it took some cursing with various sized screwdriver blades, coins and knives to change 2 batteries in under 2 weeks and I've mangled the case in the process. Yes, it's a securely closed unit.
I'll persist with another Energiser or Duracell CR2032 but on the strength of the past 2 weeks, 12-months between battery changes isn't going to happen anytime soon. With the connection failures & mid-ride stops, I really can't recommend this item based on my experiences.
UPDATE 5th October : after 3 weeks with no use (because I've been on holiday and not been out on road bike) I deleted it from my Polar V650 then re-paired it for a fresh start. 30% battery warning but seemed to pair OK then once I started pedalling no cadence figure showing up. No more running commentaries on it's failings.
There's no doubting that before the failure I was absolutely delighted with the performance of both sensors. Easy to install and worked a dream with the Sufferfest app.
I was really annoyed to find the speed sensor conked out after two short rides. I thought ok, not the end of the world, it might just be the battery. I still don't know if that's the case as I couldn't remove the cover. Despite following the instructions, all that happened was the flimsy plastic was damaged. So badly that I gave up.
There's no way I'd buy these again. I've sent them back for a refund and bought Garmin instead.
I’d also like to add this got delivered in less that 18 hrs from the time of order - amazing!