Wahoo Fitness Blue SC bundle review
If you’ve got an iPhone and don’t mind strapping it to your bars, then Wahoo’s bluetooth hardware can turn it into a decent bike computer.
The extra hardware, in the form of a speed/cadence sensor (£42), is essential however because although using the free, GPS-driven Wahoo fitness app alone is possible, its sampling rate is so slow that speed feedback is comically erratic.
Once the sensor (and the £67 HRM belt, if you want) is installed, however, your iPhone becomes a comprehensive ride computer. Data and maps can be emailed or uploaded direct to all the major training apps straight from Wahoo and battery drain is bearable too.
This article was originally published in Triathlon Plus magazine, available on Zinio.