Wahoo TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor

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  • Overview

    The Wahoo TICKR X combines a heart rate monitor and workout tracker that capture both motion and intensity to help you make the most of your workout. Use it with the Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Apple TV for a high-intensity, circuit workout and automatic rep counting. You can also use it with the Wahoo RunFit app for personalised heart rate training, cross-training, and additional high-intensity strength training.

    The TICKR X tracks running analytics such as stride rate, ground contact time and vertical oscillation, and it has built-in memory, giving you the freedom to train without a phone. TICKR X is compatible with most popular fitness apps, making it a versatile heart rate monitor for all of your activities.

    Use with Apple TV

    Connect the TICKR X directly to your Apple TV to count reps and track heart rate while using the Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app.

    Use with Apple Watch

    Connect directly to your Apple Watch as an option for gathering heart rate data or connect via the 7 Minute Workout app for tracking reps and heart rate on the Apple Watch.

    Motion analytics

    Count reps for high-intensity bodyweight exercises in the Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app and Wahoo RunFit app. Measure vital running analytics such as vertical oscillation, ground contact time and stride rate. TICKR X also measures indoor spin cadence and speed and distance on a treadmill.

    Memory

    With on-board memory that can record your workout, the TICKR X allows you to leave your iPhone behind and still capture valuable performance metrics, including heart rate, calorie burn and workout duration. The memory holds up to 16 hours of workouts.

    Dual band enabled

    Both ANT+ and BLE capabilities allow for a wireless connection to both iOS and GPS devices at the same time or separately.

    Highlights

    Works with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Apple TV

    Counts reps and tracks heart rate with Apple TV and Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app

    Connects directly to Apple Watch to gather heart rate data

    Memory lets you capture up to 16 hours of workouts without your iOS device, allowing you to auto-sync later

    Motion analytics tracks vital running analytics such as vertical oscillation and ground contact time

    Measures indoor spin cadence and speed and distance on a treadmill

    Offers both ANT+ and BLE for wireless connections to both iOS and GPS devices

    Did You Notice?

    Memory feature stores up to 16 hours of data, even if you're not working out with your iOS device.

    Apple Recommends For

    Easily capturing your heart rate and other measures of physical activity for analysis by apps on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

    What’s in the Box

    Wahoo TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor

    Chest strap

    Wahoo Fitness app

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Health App Compatible

    Height: 17 cm/6.69 in.

    Length: 11.91 cm/4.69 in.

    Width: 2.41 cm/0.95 in.

    Weight: 99.79 g/3.52 oz.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: WFBTHR02P

    UPC or EAN No.: 853988006027

    Warranty

    Note: Apple’s one-year limited warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if they are 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 the product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to any rights you have under Australian consumer law.

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  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Worked only a few times

      Worked great for first 10 runs, then started reading exactly half my heart rate. Was able to reach a very nice live technical support person, but they make you Worked great for first 10 runs, then started reading exactly half my heart rate. Was able to reach a very nice live technical support person, but they make you jump through multiple hoops before agreeing to take it back. Went through battery flip reset and it worked once before going back to half rate. Then they wanted to try resetting in other ways. Would have been fine if they just replaced it and the new one worked flawlessly, but not worth the hassle to me. Bought another type of sensor and have been happy ever since.

      • Written by John T from Los Gatos

      19 of 19 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Worked only a few times

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Less than satisfying experience

      Having owned the Tickr X for a year now, I get no more value out of it than any other heart rate monitor. I still have t carry my phone while running, so the me Having owned the Tickr X for a year now, I get no more value out of it than any other heart rate monitor. I still have t carry my phone while running, so the memory function is useless to me. Without the phone, it does not record cadence, so it really can't do everything it claims to do at the same time. Even with the phone, the running metrics data is hard to decipher. Maybe it is useful on a treadmill, but too hard to read on the road. Cycling Cadence cannot be used by any app other than Wahoo apps, so it has limited use. Better off buying a cadence meter and separate heart rate monitor. Even Wahoos own apps don't record all the data reliabley, and tech support can't do anything about that. In the year that I have owned it, I have seen no improvements rolled out, so I think Wahoo has given up on the X to concentrate on other areas. 3 stars as a tech demonstrator, but lack of integration leaves the overall experience disappointing for a premium priced product.

      • Written by James A from Alameda

      7 of 8 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Less than satisfying experience

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Callibration does not work

      The TRICKR X monitor has three basic features: monitors heart rate and displays directly on the mobile screen or registers for future transfer to the phone, a The TRICKR X monitor has three basic features: monitors heart rate and displays directly on the mobile screen or registers for future transfer to the phone, allows to count repetitive movements of our workout, measures the distance passed on the treadmill indoors. Till now I have used Garmin 310 XT monitor. For years it worked well. However, I decided to run on the treadmill. The Wahoo TRICR X seemed to be the best for that purpose. Classical HR monitors that out HR rate transfer via bluetooth to our smartphones are commonly known and can be bought relatively cheaply. The crucial feature in Wahoo is the accelerometer that detects our motion and integrates our run to say what distance is passed in time ( also velocity vs. time or distance passed). The product information says that the vibration signals confirm our taps that switch between go/pause/stop state. I tried, it worked. Immediately the firmware was updated to „save the energy” when used. And the vibration communication stopped. It occurred that manufacturer removed that option without telling it to the customer. Never mind. The treadmill and the first distance passed. The measure by the TRICR showed 20 per cent less than in reality. I went to calibration. There are two ways: a short one (you run 2 minutes at a constant speed and introduces that speed to the smartphone application) and a longer one and more accurate (you repeat the action three times, at low, medium and high speed). The short calibration displayed errors for plenty of times: The longer calibration, ie. 3 times 2 minutes worked (looking at the screen no error appeared), but all the parameters in the application or in TRICR X remained unchanged. One can run at any speed and calibrate as he wishes, the TICKR X displayed always 15-20% less than it was displayed on the treadmill desk. Everybody knows that calibration at a treadmill speed for example 9 km/h should show the same speed when we continue the same run. The producer advised me to replace the unit. I obtained the second one. The history was repeated. Nothing was better. The diagram of the pace displayed on my iPhone showed that my uniform speed was registered as a zig-zag line (the real speed 8.5 km/h, the pace about 7 min/km). Note that the heart rate monitor should be used with a smartphone, to keep the proper intensity and protect against excessive effort. Thus the internal memory in the unit is unnecessary. Resume Two successive monitor belts exhibit identical faults. The calibration does not work. Accelerometers are poor and they generate noise that can not be processed. It works if you are not interested in accurate pace diagram and real distance. However, then a simple HR monitor costs four times less. Conclusion I returned again the unit to the seller.

      • Written by Czesław B from Warszawa

      7 of 8 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Callibration does not work

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      It worked well for the first week, then...

      It was very good during the first week: all features worked well. Then, it died. I restarted it, replaced battery, but nothing. It was too expensive for only It was very good during the first week: all features worked well. Then, it died. I restarted it, replaced battery, but nothing. It was too expensive for only a few days.

      • Written by Sergio R W from São Paulo

      3 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?It worked well for the first week, then...

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      doesn't work

      No pace No cadence No kms

      • Written by Rod F from London

      3 of 6 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?doesn't work

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Worked only a few times

      Worked great for first 10 runs, then started reading exactly half my heart rate. Was able to reach a very nice live technical support person, but they make you Worked great for first 10 runs, then started reading exactly half my heart rate. Was able to reach a very nice live technical support person, but they make you jump through multiple hoops before agreeing to take it back. Went through battery flip reset and it worked once before going back to half rate. Then they wanted to try resetting in other ways. Would have been fine if they just replaced it and the new one worked flawlessly, but not worth the hassle to me. Bought another type of sensor and have been happy ever since.

      • Written by John T from Los Gatos

      19 of 19 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Worked only a few times

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