RFLKT Bike Computer
iPhone and Android Bike Computer
Now with call and text notifications on iOS!
RFLKT Bike Computer Overview
The Wahoo RFLKT harnesses the power of your phone into a sleek cycling computer. The RFLKT wirelessly "reflects" data from your preferred cycling app, so you can view it right on your handlebars while your is phone safely tucked in your jersey pocket. Using the buttons on the side of the RFLKT, you can control your favorite app on your phone.
NEW! Call and Text Notifications on iOS Receive call and text notifications with caller ID when your RFLKT is paired with the Wahoo Fitness iOS App Bluetooth 4.0 BLE capabilities allow for a wireless connection to smartphones Wireless Connection No tangled wires on your bike to connect the bike computer to your device. Protect Your Phone Keep your phone safe in your jersey pocket and get data from your favorite cycling apps reflected on your handlebars Fully Customizable Screens Choose what data you want to see during your ride, including GPS and cycling sensor data Control App Functionality Use buttons on the side of the unit to control music playback and other app functionality Three Mounting Options Stem, bar, and quarter turn mount options to fit your cycling needs
- Supported Devices
iPhone 4S and newer
iPad (3rd gen), iPad (4th gen), iPad Mini, iPad Air
iPod Touch (5th gen)
Physical Dimensions (LxWxH): 1.6" x .05" x 2.4"
Display Size (LxH): 1.125" x 1.625"
Weight: 2 oz
Battery Life: Up to 12 Months
Waterproof Rating: IPX7 (waterproof up to 5 ft)
Shock Proof: Yes
- In the Box
CR2450 Battery (Installed)
Handlebar Mount w/ shims
Stem Mount with base, zipties, and rubber bands
1/4 Turn Back Plate w/ metal release tool
Quick Start Guide
Important Product Info Guide
- Product Instructions
Click here for RFLKT instructions
1RFLKT Bike Computer is rated out of 5 by 61.Rated 3 out of 5 by Laura from Fine, once I got it to work I came close to sending it back, but we were headed to the Pyrenees for a big cycling trip and there was no time. It took entirely too much brain power to figure out how to make it work. Directions are perhaps geared toward users that already know how it works. I can't seem to get the music playlist feature to work (maybe another version is required; I'm too tired to figure it out). It did eventually end up working OK while on the routes I'd uploaded, so I am keeping it. Just way too much learning curve required. Otherwise, it's pretty good.Date published: 2015-09-28Rated 3 out of 5 by stayfat from great but not so great I have the RFLKT +. It works great with cyclemeter but I have had trouble getting it to be "great" with RWGPS. It doesn't work at all if you carry your phone in your jersey pockets. Your phone has to be in a saddle bag for the signal to transmit properly. The temperature and the grade features on the + are so inaccurate as to not be useful. On 80 degree days the RFLKT is telling me that the temperature is 100. Don't pay extra for the + model. Had to change the battery recently and that required the purchase of a special screwdriver and inspired some cursing. All in this is a good idea and if you put a little time and patience into it it will work but personally I am going to move on and try out something else next year.Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 3 out of 5 by Stopokingme from Dificult to link up Ive had my RFLKT for a few months now and I think its great, - when I can get it to work. I use this exclusively with Rde with GPS on an Android phone. Getting the thing to link w2ith that app is difficult and generaly takes a long time. Once its linked, its good for that ride, but its way too much hassle for normal shorter rides. I pretty much only use it for long rides (75,i+) that I do not know the route for so it can show me where to go. The product is made well, I did have it come off my bike once and it hit the road and got run over - it was fine.Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 5 out of 5 by Bikeman from A little item that enhances my blke in a big way! I got RFLKT late Spring, for a summer's worth of riding...partially to get back into shape after several years of neglect...do to surgeries and other stuff. The package arrived, I was surprised at how small...and easy to install it was...fits right on my bars in front despite my cable routing confusion...good thing RFKT is wireless! The bluetooth set up was painless...and while riding I immediately began cadences which kept me in my heart rate zone (s). A great help...and the ability to have the Strava information...mileage, speed, etc right there clearly visible..jusr perfect. A great tool for cycling!Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 4 out of 5 by JC6210 from Impressed! I used to use bike computers but I found myself always trying to push harder and harder each time to beat what I did last time. I've been using Strava now for the last 2 years and it has been a lot of fun to track my rides and progress. On a whim I decided to get the RFLKT and I have loved it. Simple to set up and use. The only negative is that you cannot customize the screens unless you use the Wahoo app. However you can export to Strava so no big deal. Calories also get exported to MyFitnessPal. It pairs easily with my iPhone 6+ and Wahoo HR monitor. Great purchase!Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 1 out of 5 by Jon H from Buy a standalone bike GPS instead The RFLKT is a neat idea that, for me, doesn't work. When it does work the update is incredibly slow. Like, imagine that someone is watching you on find my friends, tracking your progress with a ruler, and then texting you updates on your speed. Or like old sailing ships where they'd throw a log with a rope on it out the back and figure out the speed by how much rope plays out over a certain about of time. And that's when it connects properly. I got mine for half off and I think I'd be just as annoyed if the thing had been free. It's less of a hassle to just not use it at all. The actual setup and installation went fine, and I think it'd be a nice product if it worked better. The issues may be the fault of bluetooth or Strava or something else, but whatever the case I think most anyone would be better served by a standalone unit.Date published: 2015-12-18Rated 4 out of 5 by buzz from RFLKT Bike Computer Interesting concept that uses your phones GPS and operating system that enables what the phone is gathering to be displayed in front of you while your phone is kept in your pocket or bag. The phone quality, antenna, and bluetooth transmitting power is important. GPS signals can be weak or blocked inside a home or garage, so the app is best started outside. The occasional bluetooth hiccups can be expected, like if you walk to far from your phone left in a bag or between a wall that blocks bluetooth signal. No wires or wheel magnet, but a rather boxy shape.Date published: 2015-12-30Rated 1 out of 5 by broken from Useless after iOS 9.0 update Stopping at stop lights is long enough for the application to exit. Needs an update to prevent the disabling of the application when the wheel/crank sensors aren't turning for a customizable timeout.Date published: 2015-11-05