Wahoo Fitness RFLKT Bike Computer Powered by iPhone

Wahoo Fitness RFLKT Bike Computer Powered by iPhone

Product Information

  • Overview

    A reflection of your iPhone

    The RFLKT uses a Bluetooth connection to display the data direct from your favourite cycling app - so your iPhone can remain safely in your pocket or saddlebag.

    App control from your handlebars

    Using the buttons on the side of the RFLKT, you can control the app on your iPhone, change data screens, start and stop the timer, and control other app functionality such as music playback and more.

    Sleek profile

    Weighing in at only 56.7 g, the RFLKT measures just 6.1 cm long by 4.06 cm wide and 1.27 cm thick.

    Low power

    A long-lasting, replaceable coin cell battery powers the RFLKT, so there's no need for extra cables or recharging.

    Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 (Smart) connectivity

    The RFLKT has simple wireless connectivity through a Bluetooth 4.0 connection to your iPhone.

    Weather and shock proof

    RFLKT is IPX7 certified for riding in all types of weather and on all types of terrain.

  • Highlights

    • Works exclusively with Bluetooth 4.0 iOS devices: iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, iPad 3rd Generation, iPad 4th Generation, iPad mini and iPod touch 5th generation
    • Connects wirelessly using Bluetooth 4.0 technology
    • Easy to install and pair with your favourite cycling app
    • Weather and shock proof for riding in all kinds of weather
    • Works with the free Wahoo Fitness app and many other popular cycling apps
    • Powered by long-lasting, replaceable coin cell battery; no need for extra cables or recharging
  • Did you notice?

    Bluetooth 4.0 support provides an easy wireless connection to your iPhone.
  • Apple Recommends For

    Quickly see your data and easily control your cycling app, while keeping your iPhone tucked safely in a pocket or saddlebag.
  • What's in the Box?

    • Wahoo Fitness RFLKT bike computer powered by iPhone
    • Stem mount
    • Handlebar mount
    • One screw for handlebar mount
    • Metal tool for removing RFLKT from mount
    • Quick start guide
  • Tech Specs

    • Form Factor: Snap On
    • Material: Hard Plastic
    • Height: 1.27 cm/0.5 in.
    • Width: 6.1 cm/2.4 in.
    • Weight: 56.7 g
    • Length: 4.06 cm/1.6 in.
  • Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    • Mfr. Part Number: WFBKCOMP
    • UPC or EAN No.: 857335002526

    Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products

    • Note: Apple's One Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer - Please see your product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer's warranty are in addition, and not instead of, any rights that you have under consumer protection laws.

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Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (4.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • At Last!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Mountain bikers rejoice! I bought a Blue SC about a year ago and have been very pleased but when I ride, I crash. A lot. I'm not Mountain bikers rejoice! I bought a Blue SC about a year ago and have been very pleased but when I ride, I crash. A lot. I'm not super comfortable with my iPhone mounted on my handlebars so the RFLKT is the perfect fix. It's like Wahoo Fitness read my mind but even I didn't know what I was thinking. Now I can crush the trails without worrying about crushing my phone. Slay the brown pow without fear, get a RFLKT.

    In all seriousness:

    Pros:
    -Music control
    -Customizable data fields, layouts, and buttons
    -Can display almost any data you could want
    -Can store my phone in my camelback
    -Longer iPhone battery life
    -Multiple mounting styles (included a Garmin twist mount... strange but awesome!)
    -Compact
    -Backlight for night rides

    Cons:
    -Rubber band for the mount snapped. Would recommend zip-ties instead
    -No text/caller id/email alerts
    -Takes a little toying with to get set up (via the app) but it's a set-it-and-forget-it kind of thing.

    • Written by from Atlanta

    19 of 20 people found this useful

    Was this useful? At Last!
  • Buggy but Useful

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    I have now used the RFLKT unit for over 20 rides. I like the ability to customize the screens, the ability to keep the iPhone more I have now used the RFLKT unit for over 20 rides. I like the ability to customize the screens, the ability to keep the iPhone more secure (not mounted on handlebars), and the compact design. I had a bear of a time getting it to not freeze during the first 15 rides. It would just stop reading the iPhone data from Runmeter. When I finished riding, after a minute or so, it would usually give me the summary after I had selceted DONE on the iPhone app. Wahoo customer service is terrible, and Abvio (Runmeter) is not alot better. Yesterday I downloaded a firmware update for the RFLKT and for the first time in a month it made it through the ride reporting data in real time. If it continues to not freeze, it will be a great investment. If not, it makes a great activity (cycling) very frustrating, kind of the opposite you want to to feel on the bike.

    • Written by from WILTON

    16 of 17 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Buggy but Useful
  • What I have been waiting for

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I have been stalking the RFLKT since before its release. I had been using a Lifeproof mount and case. I was always a bit dissati I have been stalking the RFLKT since before its release. I had been using a Lifeproof mount and case. I was always a bit dissatisfied with the largeness of my phone mounted on the bars and especially frustrated with the enormous drain on the battery if I wanted to monitor my stats real-time while on the road. This device solved my problems.

    I now can keep my phone safe in my jersey. I just finished a 2 hr. ride and still have 61% battery power left (I started my ride with 82%) This includes running the Blue HR monitor as well as the Blue SC speed and cadence sensor. I was also running Pandora the whole time. If I was using my phone's display, I would have been outta juice at mile 10. The RFLKT is everything you need and nothing you don't.

    The lone bad review sites challenges dismounting the unit from the bar mount on which it is attached from the factory. This is a bit of a challenge, but if you use the included spudger tool and practice a little patience and common sense, this is not that big of a deal. Also, the loading screen displayed as your unit updates the software is not that bad. I might check my internet speed if I were having significant issue. This is assuming the individual unit being reviewed was not a rare dud from Wahoo.

    I have used several Wahoo products, the quality is always great, they function with little headache and they are a great value for the $$. This is my experience.

    • Written by from Escondido

    12 of 12 people found this useful

    Was this useful? What I have been waiting for
  • Great idea. Great execution.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Really happy with my RFLKT+ so far. I only use Bluetooth not ANT and so far everything works a treat. 1st battery didn't last long Really happy with my RFLKT+ so far. I only use Bluetooth not ANT and so far everything works a treat. 1st battery didn't last long. Not sure if that was because it was the prepackaged battery or if the RFLKT chews them. I ride my bike commuting for about 6 - 8 hours a week. Can't wait until someone comes up with a navigation app for RFLKT. That would be cool.

    • Written by from Concord West
    Was this useful? Great idea. Great execution.
  • Do not buy Wahoo Rflkt

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    I have owned a rflkt and rflkt+ and in both cases they did not last more than a year. Aside from poor updates from Wahoo (recent b I have owned a rflkt and rflkt+ and in both cases they did not last more than a year. Aside from poor updates from Wahoo (recent battery error update took over a month before wahoo acknowledged the issue and fixed it) they are very cheap in build quality and only work when they feel like it. If you are thinking about one of these take it from an avid cyclist - don't buy one! Just use your iphone or get a Garmin. Too bad I really liked the cyclemeter App!!

    • Written by from port carling

    0 of 1 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Do not buy Wahoo Rflkt
  • Awesome Computer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I purchased the RFLKT after one long ride draining my phone battery since i had it running the wahoo fitness app. I just finished I purchased the RFLKT after one long ride draining my phone battery since i had it running the wahoo fitness app. I just finished a 50 mile ride and my iphone 5 is on 60% battert, havent had a single issue with it, compared to the CatEye they both give same speed and distance so its accurate. Great for my needs and definitely looks beautiful on the bike.

    • Written by from Miami

    2 of 2 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Awesome Computer

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