Wahoo Sensor Case
The iPhone Wahoo sensor case turns your iPhone into a weatherproof and shock resistant bike computer by providing the protection it
needs. Now you can get speed, distance, pedal cadence, heart rate and even power output straight off your iPhone attached securely to the handlebars
of your bicycle.
The Wahoo sensor key for the iPhone is a real game changer. Now you'll have all the advantages of bike computers costing hundreds
of dollars more and get a similar quality of data including mapping. I guess the big question if you own an iPhone becomes why should you even own
a bike computer?
The key to the iPhone Wahoo Sensor Case for iPhone is that it protects your iPhone from jarring shocks and drops while keeping the screen fully
visible. The mounting hardware allows you to securely attach it to your handlebars.
By adding a bicycle speed and cadence sensor that is ANT, like the Wahoo cadence sensor, you can now transmit pedal cadence, speed and
distance right to the face of your iPhone. Since the iPhone has GPS built-in you can further access high quality road maps, topographic maps and
more depending upon which apps you select.
What it all boils down to is that for about $300 in accessories you can convert your iPhone into a bike computer that rivals, or surpasses,
a $650 GPS cycling computer and the iPhone's screen imaging is unquestionably better. It's like getting a $650 cycling computer for
less than half-price. If you don't need the heart rate and just want speed and distance with maps you can do that too.
Add a Wahoo ANT heart rate monitor chest strap and you can receive heart rate monitor data too. We have multiple integrated biking and running
packages that will make your iPhone your superstar exercise tool.
If you'd like help getting a iPhone Wahoo Sensor Case, Wahoo iPhone adapter, and ANT+ chest strap, and speed/cadence sensor in a bike bundle
for your iPhone than just call us here at the Heart Rate Watch Company at 866-586-7129 and we'll turn your iPhone into the supreme fitness weapon.
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