Wahoo TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor with Memory, ...

February 3, 2020 - Comment

The TICKR X is the ultimate workout wearable that captures both motion and intensity to give you the most effective workout. Pair it with the Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app for a high-intensity circuit workout and automatic rep counting, or pair it with the Wahoo RunFit app for personalized heart rate training, cross-training, and additional

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The TICKR X is the ultimate workout wearable that captures both motion and intensity to give you the most effective workout. Pair it with the Wahoo 7 Minute Workout app for a high-intensity circuit workout and automatic rep counting, or pair it with the Wahoo RunFit app for personalized heart rate training, cross-training, and additional high intensity strength training. Its built-in memory gives you the freedom to train without a phone – it captures heart rate, calorie burn, and duration from your workouts and syncs them to your phone later. TICKR X is compatible with most popular fitness apps, making it an incredibly versatile workout tracker for all of your activities. Sweatproof – Yes (hand washable strap)

Product Features

  • Personalized Heart Rate Training – workout efficiently – track and capture real-time heart rate, training zones and calories burned on your smartphone or tablet with compatible training apps.
  • Capture workout data and sync later – built in memory gives you the freedom to train without a phone.
  • Integrated with Bluetooth and ANT+, TICKR connects to smartphones, tablets, GPS watches and bike computers by Wahoo, Polar, Garmin, Apple and more.
  • Record workout data with the Wahoo Fitness app and automatically upload data to your favorite training platform like Strava.
  • Works with 50+ Smartphone Apps including Wahoo Fitness, Zwift, Runtastic, Runkeeper, UA Record, Endomondo, Peloton, Map My Run, Komoot and Nike Run Club

Comments

Anonymous says:

WAHOO! until the battery is Uh Oh! I’m not a technical guy when it comes to Heart Rate Monitors, so I don’t do baseline studies on ANT+ vs satellite weapon systems or strap on six different brands and go for a run. I can tell you that I’ve gone from TICKR to the TICKRx and I’m on my third WAHOO HRM over the past eight years. However, I still use my TICKRx while the gym has switched HRM brands several times due to unpredictability or unit failure.This brings me to my only dissatisfaction with WAHOO. The TICKRx pairs…

Anonymous says:

This is a good unit with poor quality parts that fail easily The unit works fine but the strap is by far the worst I have had amongst a dozen or so Garmin and Polar straps. After a few months the metal clasps that are on the strap just snapped off and rendered the unit useless. On closer inspection it is apparent that the load bearing is on these clasps as this is where the unit clips together. These metal clasps do not handle the necessary stress that is applied to them. I have tried getting help from Wahoo on this as well as a faulty cadence sensor but…

Anonymous says:

All the features you could ever want…but lacking in durability. The TICKR X is lightweight, has LEDs to indicate the unit’s status, is waterproof, uses both Bluetooth and ANT+ signaling, and most importantly (for me) has an awesome internal memory — no phone app or wrist device needed (though completely compatible with both). It also does things like running gait/stride analysis, but I don’t tend to use it for that.I mostly use the TICKR during my gym workouts, when I don’t want to have my phone nearby or to wear a bulky watch. So the internal…

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