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Wahoo Rflkt | Iphone Powered Bike Computer

RFLKT by Wahoo is the world´s first iPhone powered bike computer. No more bulky protection cases for your smartphone on your bike’s handlebars and draining your phone’s battery! The sleek little device is attached to your bike and wirelessly connects to your iPhone, allowing you to access your apps, it displays GPS, heart rate, and other sensor data from your iPhone. It also controls your music playback. All this while keeping your iPhone safe in your jersey pocket or backpack. watch the video

Compatible with Wahoo’s own Wahoo Fitness App and many other top rated cycling Apps




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