RFLKT+ Bike Computer
iPhone and Android Bike Computer / Barometric Altimeter / Thermometer
Now with call and text notifications on iOS!
RFLKT+ Bike Computer Overview
The Wahoo RFLKT+ is a sleek bike computer just like the RFLKT, but with the added features of an ANT+ bridge, altimeter, and thermometer. The RFLKT+ connects to your phone and "reflects" data from your favorite cycling app. Harness all of the power of your phone from your handlebars, while keeping it safely tucked in your jersey pocket. The RFLKT+ uses a precision on board altimeter and thermometer to track your elevation far better than any GPS. You can use the built in ANT+ bridge to connect your ANT+ power meter, speed/cadence sensor, or heart rate monitor straight to your phone.
Note: The ANT+ bridge feature is not available for Android, however the unit still works with an Android device. Our Wahoo Fitness Android app (on select phones) works with ANT+ directly, so there is no need for a bridge.
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 Dual Band Technology Both ANT+ and BLE capabilities allow for a wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS devices. Acts as ANT+ bridge for iOS. 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 Barometric Altimeter Provides accurate elevation data, percent grade, and feet climbed Thermometer Provides accurate temperature information on your rides 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 68.Rated 5 out of 5 by gness from A must have for anyone wanting to improve When I broke my Ant+ cadence sensor, I started looking around for something new. People had recommended Wahoo. Checked it out and decided to buy. Ended up buying RFLKT+, TCKER and Blue SC. For 1st time install, it took time. The videos helped a lot because the written instructions are a little confusing. Had to reinstall. It was a cinch after 1st time. Batteries died within a week of getting the items. Strong recommendation: change batteries when you get items. Don't understand why the apps don't show battery life. Or a warning at least when batteries are low. But all in all very happy with the products. Was even thinking of getting the KICKR for the rainy season, but not supported in Mexico.Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 2 out of 5 by Tyler from Good functionality but ruined by the display I got this about 8 months ago during the winter but I couldnt use it until the weather warmed up in April. I like how this can connect with my phone and all the customized options available! I got it to replace my standard simple cateye. The biggest thing though is it has a pretty poor display with poor contrast that makes it more difficult to see when outside, which is where you use it. I ended up putting the cateye back on my bike since it allows for quick clear glances to determine my ride information. I was under the impression the backlight would also be a true blue backlight but mine was more of a bright red front light. Overall, I guess it does what it claimed but the photos posted online are not representative of the quality of the display which really hinders the product.Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 4 out of 5 by ChrisH from Nice functional unit. It does what a cycle computer needs to, and does it pretty well. I do have some recommendations on how it could be improved. I'd love to be able to choose a static field that appears in all views. For instance, always seeing the time of day, or a eating/hydration counter. Speaking of that, a eating/hydration counter would be a cool feature. The buttons are a little stiff. Battery life has been poor on my unit. I estimate that I'm getting no more than 200 miles per battery. On the iOS app, it is quite limiting not being able to see old tracks while recording a session.Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 1 out of 5 by John D from Still no fix for app crashing on long rides The RFLKT+ itself is great and it syncs seamlessly to my iphone, however it has been completely useless as it always crashes around the 45 mile mark. Wahoo support keeps telling me (for months now) that they are aware of the issue and there is currently no fix and the best solution they had was to use another app. The features on the RFLKT+ that made it worth buying are completely lost using a third party app as no useful combination of information to display is available.Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 4 out of 5 by Grant from Nice Features I bought this 5 months ago and have put some miles on it. Pros Price Altimeter Customizable Easy to upload to Strava etc. Cons I have always had problems keeping connected on rides over 4-5 hours. If you loose blue tooth connection your ride is saved but no way that I've found to put the two pieces of the ride back together. So averages and such are not accurate.(part 1 of 2)etc. Phone battery life is very important on long rides. Changing battery on rflkt unit is painful. Gasket loves to spring off. Jewelers screw driver. Etc. Still using it!Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 4 out of 5 by Brian from Great product I have been using this product for just over a month. I admit that I was very frustrated with it at first (seriously considered returning it), but patience paid off. I struggled with getting a connection with my phone for the first few rides, but that is no longer a problem. I do recommend mounting your phone on your handlebar for a better connection. Personalizing the device to preferred pages is pretty easy-watch the videos, they are a big help. My biggest criticism is that you can't control the pages if used to reflect another cycling app like MapMyRide-I wasn't seeing the ride stats I wanted while riding. So I just use the Wahoo app and then upload my ride to MapMyRide. This works great. Overall, I am very pleased and would recommend this product.Date published: 2015-09-21Rated 4 out of 5 by Fuss56 from Good concept, good display I like the concept of the display linked to my iPhone via BT4.0. Good mounting options. I like the fact that the display unit has altimeter, pressure and temp but why can't I display these parameters until the end of my ride? I just changed the battery for the first time. This was way more difficult than it should be. I had to purchase a special small phillips screw driver. The screws were difficult to remove. One screw was almost stripped (please send a replacement ASAP).Date published: 2015-09-18Rated 4 out of 5 by JRB2k from Great to customize! I've enjoyed the company of the RFLKT+ for hundreds of miles now, I love how I have the options to customize the screens and the buttons. I've had two minor issues so far, the first is I experienced a bit of screen fog, not sure why, I've never had it out in foul weather, but did leave it on my ride in the garage once or twice. Easily solved by letting it experiance a dry air conditioned room for a while. The second was that the battery hardly lasted two months, while advertised a fairly long life with little need to replace batteries all the time. But it was the original battery, and I do have it connected to 3 ANT+ sensors and my iPhone via Bluetooth during my rides. I use it with the cyclemeter app it works great and gives me the control I need, there are many apps available to use as this is an open platform device.Date published: 2015-09-27