TICKR Heart Rate Monitor Overview
The TICKR heart rate monitor is the most advanced way to train. Equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ dual-band technology, it connects to most smartphones and GPS watches. The TICKR monitors your heart rate, calories burned, time, and distance and pace when connected. This ultimate heart rate sensor connects to popular fitness apps, allowing you to train with your favorite app.
Dual Band Technology Both ANT+ and BLE capabilities allow for a wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS devices at the same time or separately. Real Time Heart Rate and Calorie Tracking See vital workout data while you exercise, including vital metrics such as heart rate and calorie burn when connected to a smartphone or ANT+ device Visible Connection Two LED lights show the TICKR’s device connection (blue) and heart rate detection (red) Third Party App Compatibility Works seamlessly with over 50 apps including Nike+ Running, Runkeeper, Strava, and MapMyFitness Apple Watch Integration The TICKR connects directly to your Apple Watch as another option for gathering heart rate data in the Apple Workout app.
- Supported Devices
iPhone 4S and newer
iPad (3rd gen and newer), iPad Mini, iPad Air
iPod Touch (5th gen)
Physical Dimensions (LxWxH): 2.75" x .5" x 1.5"
Weight: 8.5 grams (without strap)
Battery Life: Up to 12 months
Sweatproof: Yes (hand washable strap)
Water Rating: IPX7 (waterproof up to 5 ft)
Strap Length: Adjustable from 23" to 48" (stretched)
- In the Box
Heart Rate Monitor
Adjustable soft strap
CR 2032 Battery (installed)
Quick Start Guide
Important Product Info Guide
- Product Instructions
Click here for TICKR instructions
1TICKR Heart Rate Monitor is rated out of 5 by 223.Rated 5 out of 5 by cass_kee from Great HR monitor Works really well for a wide variety of activities. The app is super clean and I have enjoyed the experienceDate published: 2016-10-13Rated 4 out of 5 by iplopez from Good! I've had it over a month. Use it with my wahoo bike computer. Lot's of data!Date published: 2016-10-12Rated 5 out of 5 by Luce from Still early days but so far I am delighted! Haven't had the opportunity to use it as much as I would have liked yet but thrilled to date with all aspects, particularly how easily it combined with my Garmin Edge. Also really like the Wahoo App.Date published: 2016-10-11Rated 1 out of 5 by Ryan8975 from Clip mechanism constantly comes undone The buttons come unsnapped way too easily. Often mid-bike ride it comes unsnapped and I have to stop and put it back on. Terribly designed snapping mechanism. Wish I spent my money on a different productDate published: 2016-10-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Chip20 from Really great system! It's a great heart monitor which works on a great app for about half the price of anything comparable.Date published: 2016-09-21Rated 4 out of 5 by Bob55555 from Works Great! Been using for 2 weeks and am very happy with this unit because it connects to my phone apps and or my Garmin watch/bike computer. Just took a little time to adjust to the snap connect on the belt.Date published: 2016-09-19Rated 5 out of 5 by sequoiadoug from Slim, easy to use, excellent performance! This thing just works! It is so comfortable I totally forget I have it on - and the snap strap attachment is foolproof, easy, and a great idea!Date published: 2016-09-10Rated 2 out of 5 by IDontRememberMyNickName from Measures accurately but don't use it Pros: -It connected very, very easily to iphone and worked with my apps. -I seems to be accurate, and always provides a reading, no staring and waiting for my HR. Cons: -Deal Breaker - The strap system is horrible. Every time I touched it, it would un-snap. I like it snug so it doesn't slide when I'm running so putting it on requires assistance from my wife to hold the strap, snap it in, and hope that it doesn't unsnap while snapping the other side. So horrible, I stopped using it, too much of a hassle. -The app is very rudimentary, boring and basic. As a HR app, the HR should be to biggest thing on the screen, not a little tiny label. And the HR % should be the next biggest thing. I would expect the app to be like those cool screens they show at gyms with your percentage being big giant numbers and colors for how hard you are working.Date published: 2016-09-09