• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Good in concept

    • Written by from Issaquah

    Rflkt is a great idea but in practice is clunky and adds complexity. GPS vs odometer vs google maps (bike routing)differ by about 20%, the battery drain on the phone makes it useful only for rides under a few hours, and there is no smoothing of data inputs. As an example of the latter, it thinks I had a peak cadence of 209 on my commute. I wish the display had more flexibility.

    On the plus side I appreciate dropbox sync and access to the raw data so I can do further processing.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    basically just a remote display for your iPhone

    • Written by from Helotes

    As far as i can tell, this device does not have GPS, accelerometer, altimeter, or any other kind of measurement capability. It basically just reports what your phone is measuring.

    On my first mountain bike ride, my battery dropped from about 100% to about 60% with just about 1 hour of riding (iPhone 5).

    Just think of how long your battery might last if you use your iPhone for GPS navigation on a road trip if you are not actively charging it.

    I'm swtiching back to a dedicated GPS device so i have some phone battery life available in case of emergency out on the trail.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    I wanted so badly to love this

    • Written by from Portland

    I really REALLY wanted to love this product because I highly value innovative companies like Wahoo and the RFLKT seemed like such a great idea.

    It dropped the connection to my phone during my one and only ride which was annoying, but forgivable. After owning it for less than a week, the RFLKT unit is totally dead. Tried resetting it to no avail, so back it goes.

    A disappointing experience with a product that had so much potential.

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