Speed + Cadence Sensor - Bluetooth Smart

    Designed for measuring your speed and pedalling cadence as you ride.

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    SKU: S143448 (1856727)
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    Regular Price: € 32.48 -44%

    € 18.19

    Characteristics Designed for measuring your speed and pedalling cadence as you ride.
    Product Benefits
    1. Parameter measurement
      Measures speed and pedalling cadence.
    2. Connectivity
      Bluetooth Smart. Compatible with all devices featuring this technology.
    3. Versatility
      Measurements taken at the rear wheel; can also be used on an exercise bike.
    4. Compatibility
      Compatible apps: Strava, MapMyRide, Wahoo Fitness, Runtastic, etc.
    Product feature
    1. Compatibility
      Note that not all smartphones or tablets are compatible with Bluetooth Smart technology! Check whether your device is compatible: List of compatible smartphonesDecathlon Utility app.
    2. Installation
      Watch our installation video for installation instructions. The sensor features a LED to indicate that the device is properly installed. When the magnet is positioned correctly the LED will flash every time the magnet passes in front of the sensor. The LED flashes yellow for the speed sensor (magnet mounted to a rear wheel spoke), and red for the cadence sensor (magnet on the crank arm). The LED stops flashing after 10 times.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Structure : 80.0% Polycarbonate (PC), 10.0% Battery - Lilo, 5.0% Iron, 5.0% PCBA
    2. Product restrictions
      Check your device's compatibility (Bluetooth 4.0).
    3. Product catchline
      Bluetooth Smart speed and cadence sensor that connects to your smartphone or tablet, or any other device featuring this technology (cyclometer, GPS etc.).
    Product reviews
    3.1 / 5
    13 reviews
    13 users recommend this product
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    • Excellent for the price

      Adrian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Bought this when discounted and used Decathlon loyalty vouchers towards it so cost under £10.

      Installed easily, connects straight away and works with Wahoo, Cyclemeter, Strava and Panobike so no issues there.

      Due to shape of stays on disc brake bike I have had to angle the speed sensor (Sharks Fin) slightly inwards so close enough to wheel magnet but not a problem.

      Not as pretty or elegant as other sensors like Wahoo, Garmin or Topeak but at a fraction of the cost I'm happy. Will probably change the spoke magnet at some point for something slightly more smaller.

      Overall a great purchase!
    • Update top me earlier review

      Simon (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Using this now for a couple of months, I have found that sporadic connectivity limits usability, and means I have to rely on my Garmin for speed and distance data. Annoying as I bought two of these units for my bikes.
    • Not disappointed

      Karl (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Ideal for use on an indoor trainer, easy to install on the bike, connected to Wahoo no problem. I did try and connect this to map my ride but it was asking for a pin number so it wouldn't connect but no worries we cant have everything.
    • Perfect.

      Michael (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      15 minute fixing and set up. Downloaded Wahoo Fitness (as suggested by Decathlon / BTwin) scanned for compatible Bluetooth devices, it connected immediately.
      I get on my bike, start peddling (which automatically starts up the Bluetooth transmission on the device) open Wahoo, it connects immediately, every time, gives a perfect accurate cadence and speed reading and has never missed a beat in 30odd sessions... I share my Wahoo data with Strava and Training Peaks, it's absolutely flawless.
      Best fourteen quid I've ever spent on my training routine.
      I'm not really sure how people are having so many problems with the device, it seems foolproof and flawless to me.
    • It's OK for the sale price.

      Christopher (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I don't know why people are giving this such a bad review, yes it's not a garmin but you're only paying 10% of the price of a Garmin, so it's not going to be super quality. The old saying "you get what you paid for" springs to mind.
      The sensors are simple to fit. It connects to wahoo and Strava easy enough if you have a bit of common sense. Yeah depending on your bike it may need a tweak here and there to get the magnets and sensors near enough to see each other. I had it working no problem.
      Look for a speed cadence sensor for less than £15 what do you expect? Coz it's not going to be a garmin.
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