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Wahoo TICKR FIT Heart Rate Monitor Armband, Bluetooth/ANT+

Key Features:
  • Personalized Heart Rate Training – workout efficiently – track and capture real-time heart rate, training zones and calories burned on your smartphone or tablet with compatible training apps
  • Integrated with Bluetooth and ANT+, TICKR connects to smartphones, tablets, GPS watches and bike computers by Wahoo, Polar, Garmin, Apple and more
  • Works with 50+ Smartphone Apps including Wahoo Fitness, Zwift, Runtastic, Runkeeper, UA Record, Endomondo, Peloton, Map My Run, Komoot and Nike Run Club
  • Record workout data with the Wahoo Fitness app and automatically upload data to your favorite training platform like Strava
  • Choice of Champions - Official Heart Rate monitor of Team INEOS, Bora-Hansgrohe, Katusha Alpecin, Ironman World Champion Jan Frodeno, Heather Jackson and American Pro Mountain Biker Sonya Looney
Brand Wahoo Fitness

Wahoo TICKR FIT Heart Rate Monitor Armband, Bluetooth/ANT+

Product description

The TICKR fit heart rate armband comfortably provides accurate heart rate and calorie burn data. Equipped with Bluetooth and ANT+ technology, TICKR fit pairs with fitness apps, smartphones and GPS bike computers and watches. Adjustable for both the forearm and the upper arm, waterproof and with a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 35 hours.

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Bora Hansgrohe

BORA-hansgrohe professional cycling team is led by three-time World Champion Peter Sagan and 2016 Polish National Champion Rafael Majka. Team BORA-hansgrohe will be training and racing with Wahoo’s aerodynamic ELEMNT BOLT GPS cycling computer and the TICKR Heart Rate Monitor beginning in the 2018 UCI race season. BORA-hansgrohe use the TICKR for measuring critical race-winning efforts and heart rate training.

Team Katusha Alpecin

Katusha-Alpecin is led by four-time world time trial champion Tony Martin and Tour de France Green Jersey Winner Marcel Kittel. The 2018 season will be the tenth year of racing at the WorldTour level for Katusha-Alpecin – a team already with 242 total race wins and 449 podium places in its nine years in the professional peloton. As part of the Wahoo product ecosystem, both the TICKR Heart Rate Monitor and ELEMNT BOLT GPS Computer will serve as crucial elements of the team’s strategy, serving riders with key training metrics while enabling them to easily and efficiently measure race-winning efforts.

Jan Frodeno

Jan Frodeno is the 2008 gold medalist at the Beijing Olympics and 2 time winner of the Ironman World Championship in 2015-16. As an official partner, Wahoo’s ecosystem of innovative products will be supporting Frodeno’s training efforts: the dual-band TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor, the powerful and aerodynamic ELEMNT BOLT GPS cycling computer, and Wahoo’s acclaimed indoor stationary smart bike trainer, the KICKR, whose signature flywheel technology replicates the smooth feel of the road. Frodeno will work collobratively with Wahoo's engineers by providing direct input into the design and development of future Wahoo products, ensuring they are taliored to meet the needs of the most demanding athletes.

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  1. Doesn’t work for me during workout.
    This is certainly one of the more disappointing purchases I have made. I rarely write negative reviews preferring to find a reasonable balance between positives and negatives. This however is a short negative review. For me the monitor simply doesn’t work as intended and would thus be dangerous if I relied on it. It is fine for taking a resting pulse and seems pretty much spot on but I can do that with a watch and counting. As soon as I start fitness exercises it goes all over the place sometimes registering As low as 50 sometimes higher but rarely as high as my actual pulse. I think this can only be caused by muscle flexing and tensioning. I’ve tried it in different places on my arm but still no better. I am retired so no spring chicken and certainly not overdoing the exercises! I haven’t tried on my cycle perhaps it would work then. The other issue for me for something so costly is that the software that comes with it is very rudimentary. You have to start a workout to get a reading and the graph that it produces is very small scale. The software and website encourages you to buy into an expensive additional program. Poor deal and for me it is £68 down the drain.
  2. Doesn't pair via bluetooth under Windows 10, ANT+ works well
    Summary:Don\'t buy if you need to pair with a Windows 10 PC via bluetooth. Works well if you also buy an ANT+ dongle.Details:After going backwards and forwards with Wahoo Fitness support, and getting a replacement TICKR, the final result is that it won\'t pair with current Windows 10 devices using bluetooth (tested with two TICKR FITs, on two different machines), \"since a recent Windows 10 update\" (support didn\'t specify which), and they recommend using ANT+ instead. For a desktop PC, this means you\'ll have to also purchase an ANT+ dongle.In the same order, I also bought a CooSpo armband heart rate monitor, which DOES pair with both of my Windows 10 machines via bluetooth - unfortunately it frequently loses the connection and as such is not recommended.However, CooSpo also sell a USB ANT+ dongle, which works very well with the TICKR (my dongle is an older verison and much larger, but has the same ASIN). The caveat is that your software will have to explicitly support ANT+. In my case, I was using open source software called \"Cardia\" (available on Github), which cannot speak the ANT+ protocol; I have switched to the non-free \"Pulse Monitor\" which has so far worked perfectly with the TICKR - not a single disconnection.With both the CooSpo HRM and the Wahoo TICKR, over both bluetooth and ANT, there is a good five to ten second lag between what is shown as your heart rate and your actual heart rate. This may not be a problem for you, but it is quite annoying for me.The TICKR feels reasonably solid, easy to clean with an iso-wipe, and the strap has not degenerated yet (in other reviews Wahoo say they have fixed this), and even then there is a spare included in the box. The charging cable requires you to plug it in via USB, and is a magnetic disc that prevents you from mis-connecting it to the TICKR. The connection between the two is quite solid.I have only connected it to an Android device in order to run the Wahoo Utility and check for a firmware update - as of now, the current firmware is 1.0.13. Note that you NEED to grant the \"location\" permission in order for the app to function and be able to see the TICKR. I have not used the Wahoo Fitness Workout Tracker except as a troubleshooting step to verify the hardware wasn\'t broken.
  3. Strap is fine!
    I reluctantly purchased this TICKR FIT due to others reported issues with the quality of the strap. I\'ve use this for indoor turbo training 4 times per week for the past 2 months and the strap is showing no signs of wear. Other than that, the unit works as expected, it\'s accurate and it\'s rechargeable so no need to keep a stock of batteries as with the chest strap TICKR. The unit is not quite as quick to respond to changes in heart as the chest strap version, however that is because it uses an optical sensor as opposed to electrical signals that most chest strap heart rate monitors use to measure pulse, including the TICKR. Overall, I recommend this especially if you do not want to have to wash the strap as I have to do with the TICKR chest strap version, which starts to smell after a couple of vigorous workouts.
  4. best non-chest HRM
    I own the Polar OH1 and prefer this one. The OH1 tends to flip over due to it\'s shape. It also locked onto a heart rate when i was spinning for no reason i could fathom several times.This one fits better and has excellent battery life, i\'ve not charged it since itv arrived and have used it dozens of times.My only criticism is that when you turn it on the light only comes on after you release the power button so it\'s guesswork how long you need to hold it down for it to power up. it would have been cool to have it show your heart rate zone by a coloured led which my old Mio heart rate monitor could do. I pair mine with a garmin 935 and it connects with no problems.
  5. A seriously good piece of kit *UPDATE*
    I really dislike wearing chest HRMs, but they have been a necessary evil for some time. The Wahoo TICKR Fit does away with most of the negatives:- Its not cold to put on - I hate really hate that with chest HRM\'s.- Slides onto you arm very easily. No more getting undressed because you forgot to put your chest HRM on!- The optical HR sensor works instantly & reliably. No need to \"wet\" the contact points like you sometimes have to do with chest HRM\'s.Yes this is expensive, but I think its a stand out piece of kit & has worked great so far whilst I\'m on the turbo.*UPDATE* Whilst I have not had the same level of strap deterioration as others, it is quite apparent that the strap is the week link here - I reckon 6 months before it will need replacing. Hopefully Wahoo will address.
  6. I would suggest wahoo to include like 10 bands of these in the box - am ...
    The product works well, HOWEVER the arm band was completely destroyed after only one month of use - what is this quality wahoo??I would suggest wahoo to include like 10 bands of these in the box - am sure such cheap Chinese quality can be bough in dozens!