Overview

The Wahoo BlueSC speed and cadence sensor transforms your phone into a powerful cycling computer. Using Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ technology, it tracks cycling speed, cadence, and distance which can be paired with your favorite cycling app including Cyclemeter and Strava. It's weatherproof, small with a low drag profile, and comes with a rubber band and zip tie mounts.

Features

  • Wireless: Tracks your cycling speed and cadence without any wires
  • Dual-Technology: Both ANT+ and BLE capabilities allow it to connect to most smartphones and GPS bike computers simultaneously or separately
  • No charging required: Operates on replaceable 3 volt CR2032 coin cell battery
  • Sleek and lightweight design: 36 grams with low drag profile
  • Easy installation: Comes with a rubber band mount and zip tie mount
  • Weatherproof (IPX7): Ride in any type of weather and still get your speed and cadence data
  • Easily connected: Sends and receives signals up to 10 feet away from phone

Supported Devices

iPhone

iPhone 4S and newer

Android

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iPad

iPad (3rd gen and newer)

iPod

iPod Touch (5th gen)

Featured Apps


Reviews

Turn your iPhone into a cyclometer

I just replaced an ancient Cateye Micro bike computer with this Blue SC hardware. At present, I am using this product with the Cyclemeter app, which I find to be the most flexible in terms of interface customization. So far, I really like this combo. Installation was no more or less complicated than for other cyclometer/sensor installations. Wahoo provides two mounting options for the sensor pickup -- a rubber band and zip ties. At first glance, I liked the rubber band idea. Setting up the app for my new sensors was a piece of cake. The iPhone detected them right away via Bluetooth and automatically took care of the pairing. However, the setup and detection process varies from app to app, so I can't comment about how this process works for anything but Cyclemeter. I am now looking at adding the protective case and extended battery options, and maybe even another sensor and case mount for my mountain bike. I Like the idea of being able to use my phone for multiple bikes.

Timothy Cooper