Wahoo TICKR Heart Rate Monitor
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Wahoo Tickr Run Heart Rate Monitor For iphone and Android
Wahoo TICKR Run Heart Rate Monitor For iPhone and Android
Amazon Price: $49.99 $49.99 (as of April 23, 2017 8:10 am –
TICKR is the most innovative way to train with heart rate. Whether you are working towards a PR or sweating off a huge meal, the TICKR helps you meet your objectives. Pair with the Wahoo RunFit app to make your workouts more effective using heart rate to train smartly. The TICKR monitors your heart rate and calories burned, plus range and speed when utilized with a smartphone and most popular physical fitness apps. The TICKR's double band innovation (Bluetooth 4.0/ ANT+) deals with most mobile phones and GPS gadgets, making it the ultimate heart rate display.
- Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 6.7 x 0.9 inches ; 4.3 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B00INQVYZ8
- Item model number: WFBTHR02
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
264 people found this helpful.
I’m going to be honest and blunt in this review, the previous product (Blue HRM) had some issues and failed on me. I wrote a long detailed letter to Wahoo Fitness (based in Atlanta) and they sent me a FREE upgrade TICKR Chest Strap unit. So immediately the Customer Support Division gets a huge 5 star from me.
I love this thing
20 people found this helpful.
I just got an e-mail message saying my review “helped” someone so I figured I’d follow up and add some detail after two months:
My Apple Watch is now complete!
41 people found this helpful.
After doing research on these devices, the TICKR stood out heads and shoulders above other devices based on Amazon reviews. I wanted to use something with my Apple Watch rather than the built in sensor during workouts. Especially since several of the readings from the watch, even during basic running were jumping all over the place. One registered 215 bpm, that is when I knew I needed a separate sensor if I was going to take fitness seriously.
3 people found this helpful.
Works perfectly. Paired quickly with my phone, tablet and Garmin. Works via Bluetooth (multiple devices at once even) and ANT+. I did not care for the snap on/off belt that came with this, so I just used my Garmin belt with the hook and loop attachment (which is easier to put on and take off, IMHO), plus the Garmin belt leaves a run of the belt under the sensor, which the Wahoo belt does not. The “head” (blue/white part) of this sensor just unsnaps from the Wahoo belt and will snap right on to a Garmin belt.
This works great.