Wahoo Fitness RFLKT+ Bike Computer for iPhone and Android
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- Smartphone powered, ride focused - the Wahoo RFLKT+ turns your phone into a powerful yet simple bike computer by wirelessly displaying data from your favorite cycling app on your handlebars via Bluetooth 4.0 (Smart) technology while you keep your phone safely tucked away
- Easy pairing with apps - the Wahoo RFLKT+ is fully compatible with the most popular cycling apps including Wahoo fitness, strava, map my ride, cyclemeter, and ride with GPS
- Big, customizable screen - the Wahoo RFLKT+ has the highest screen to computer ratio in the market
- Display fields are fully customizable so you can decide which app data is most important to see on each screen
- Best value in class -the RFLKT+ is the most powerful bike computer for the price
- The RFLKT+ wirelessly receives heart rate, speed, cadence, power, music, and turn-by-turn navigation via your favorite cycling app and displays it on your handlebars
- Turn-by-turn navigation provided by ride with GPS app
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RFLKT Bike Computer
Get Your Favorite Cycling App On Your Handlebars
Whether you are cycling to work or training for a century, the RFLKT+ puts the most popular cycling app data front and center. Fully compatible with:
- Wahoo Fitness
- Map My Ride
- Ride with GPS
RFLKT+ Bike Computer
Powered by your favorite app
The RFLKT+ turns your iPhone or Android phone into the most powerful bike computer on the market--all in a sleek, coin cell powered package. It takes the data from your favorite cycling apps on your phone and displays it directly on your handlebars, allowing you to keep your phone safe in your jersey pocket.
- Speed, Cadence, Distance & More
- Easy pairing & sharing with 3rd party apps
- Big customizable screen
- Built in Altimeter & ANT+ Bridge
- Three easy mounting options
- Waterproof & shock proof
Smartphone Powered, Ride Focused
Easy Pairing With Apps
Directly display your favorite cycling app data on your handlebars. The RFLKT+ is the easiest to use bike computer and it is fully compatible with the most popular cycling apps including Wahoo Fitness, Strava, Map My Ride, Cyclemeter, and Ride with GPS. When paired with the RFLKT+, the iPhone has lasted up to seven hours in numerous field tests.
Big Customizable Screen
With 70 percent screen, the RFLKT+ has the highest screen to computer ratio in the market. The screen is backlit, high contrast, and has a 128 x 128 resolution. Display fields are fully customizable so you can decide which app data is most important to see on each screen.
Accurate Altitude & ANT+ Connectivity
The RFLKT+ includes a built-in altimeter for precise altitude measurements. ANT+ sensor (iOS only) allows you to connect your existing ANT+ power meter, speed/cadence sensor or heart rate monitor to your smartphone/ favorite cycling app.
Biggest BANG for Your Buck
You don't have to wear a yellow jersey to care about improving your cycling skills. The RFLKT+ bike computer shows you all of your favorite cycling app data--speed, cadence, power, heart rate, turn-by-turn navigation, and more - wirelessly from your phone to your fingertips (turn-by-turn navigation provided by Ride with GPS app).
Waterproof and Shock Proof
RFLKT+ is IPX7 certified (protected against water immersion for 30 minutes at depths of 1 meter) for riding in all types of weather and on all types of terrain.
Easy Mounting Options For All
Stem, bar, and quarter turn mounting options; whether you are a road, mountain, or tri enthusiast, RFLKT+ has a mounting option for you.
No Recharging Necessary
The RFLKT+ operates for over a year on a single, and fully replaceable, coin cell battery. There is never any need to take your RFLKT+ off your bike and connect it to a computer or an outlet to charge. Even better, you will never miss a ride because your bike computer wasn't charged.
|RFLKT Bike Computer||RFLKT+ Bike Computer|
|Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity||✓||✓|
|ANT+ Connectivity||✔ (iOS only)|
|Fully Customizable Screen||✓||✓|
|Display GPS & Sensor Data||✓||✓|
|Control Music Playback||✓||✓|
|Waterproof & Shock Proof||✓||✓|
|Three Mounting Options||✓||✓|
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Top Customer Reviews
At heart it is a small screen you can mount on your handlebars that connects via bluetooth to the phone in your pocket and shows you the data from a compatible app. So as implied by the name it reflects what is on your phone, but you can keep your phone in your pocket and your screen off, giving you much more battery life and a greater sense of security than a handle bar mounted phone.
The box is pretty tiny, about the size of a box of swan matches and can be mounted on your handlebars via one of three mounts that are provided in the box. These include a rubber band mount, which I have tested, a clamping mount for quite small cross section bars, and a twist off mount. The rubber band mount has withstood a few commutes and seems to be robust enough.
I have other Wahoo products and they all come with fairly minimal instructions, and you are best off scanning the 2D bar code on the packaging and watching the video it guides you to. You will need a scanning app on your phone to do this (I use i-nigma) you should also download a few of Wahoo's apps from the app store, namely the WahooUtility and Wahoo Fitness.
WahooUtility allows you to check and connect your phone to the RFLKT+, whilst the fitness app allows you to add the device to an activity so that you can record what you want when you ride. The fitness app will also allow you to configure the screens so you can display the information you want and also configure the buttons.
The box has four buttons around its edges, and because the box is rated to IP 7x, (i.e. it is pretty waterproof) it is covered by some thick protective rubber.Read more ›
I like the customisable displays where you can decide what you want displayed in what screen, and the Wahoo app on my iPhone is clear and legible for uploading data to Starva and many other websites instantly on completion of a ride.
Buttons are a bit too small for gloved figures and are at the sides - making them harder to press than on my garmin which are on the front.
Sometimes a bit flaky - losing signal from my iPhone 5 half way round a long ride. Turns out if I have my iPhone in my back pocket the signal is abated too much by my body being in the way and loses signal about 20% of the time.
Works fine if I have my phone in my shell jacket breast pocket - but most cycling shirts have pockets at the back so not so good. The unit batteries lasted about 6 months of fairly regular use - several hours per ride 2 to 3 times a week.
The use of the wahoo does however eat your iPhone battery life - meaning a ended up getting an iPhone extra battery booster for my back pocket on long rides.
Support for this under Android is very poor - Runkeeper have implemented limited support and I could not find any mention of support for Strava.
For anyone used to a Garmin style unit then this seems like a lot of hassle. Please take into account this review is for Android, I understand the support for iPhone is much better.
The RFLKT+ uses a CR2450 coin-cell battery but requires the removal of the back cover to replace. You can mount the RFLKT+ with the rubber band (spare supplied), the bar-mount bracket (for 31.8mm with 25.4mm spacer) or an optional quarter turn Garmin mount.
You can use various cycling apps including Wahoo's native one where customising the various screens shows the actual layout so is much easier than the menu-driven method for Cyclemeter I use that requires much trial & error to get right.
Without a wheel sensor, the RFLKT+ uses the phone's GPS to work out distances. I added Wahoo's BlueSC wheel & Cadence sensor that has a comprehensive list of tyre sizes to calibrate with. I also added Wahoo's TICKR heart rate chest-band monitor. All integrate very well with Cyclemeter.
The level of customisation includes the number of functions per page, text size, icon placement, decimal places & white on black text. The RFLKT+ can display music player functions but I use mine exclusively for outside riding & not indoor training so have not tried this on mine.
To use, you launch your chosen app then press any button on the device. The welcome screen tells you it's searching for the app then shows your home screen. I've set mine to start the app from a button press - no automatic start & stop! I keep my iPhone in a backpack which works well most of the time rather than ALL the time.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Firm ware update straight out of the box rendered item un-useable and was un able to reset. Unfortunatly I only got round to open the package 30 days after purchase so Amazon would... Read morePublished 24 days ago by A. Jones
Works spuriously but when it works it is fine. New android software took sometime to link to the computer.Published 1 month ago by Stan
the computer works fine and connects with my android lg g3 fine, My main issue is the lack of choice of apps to use just 2 on android, the lack of instructions. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr. MLG Horler
Asked Santa for one of these for Christmas but ended upsending it back. First time it interfaced with my iPhone it updated its firmware and with 5 minutes came up with a low... Read morePublished 7 months ago by P A L Hurcombe
Great display but the clasp is not strong enough. My hand gently bruised against it during a ride and the display popped out falling onto the road circuit I was racing on. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. W. B. Waddell
Just worked for a 30 minute run and then the device stopped working. I tried to replace the battery, but I could get it to start.Published 11 months ago by Vivek
It just works. I have linked it to my iPhone 6, Wahoo TICKR heartrate monitor, and RPM cadence monitor combination - linking was a very simple process - and this set-up gives me... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mr. R. Boutcher
The rflkt has great potential, and for me the best features are the ant bridge and the endless customization possibilities. The unit is however buggy and crashes from time to time. Read morePublished 14 months ago by berndt enholm