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Wahoo Fitness ELEMNT BOLT GPS Bike Computer Bundle

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ELEMNT BOLT GPS Bike Computer Bundle

Take your riding and training to the next level with the ELEMNT BOLT GPS Bike Computer Bundle. This high-end GPS cycling computer tracks and displays a wide range of metrics, and features a sleek, CFD-tested housing that's designed to minimize aerodynamic drag compared to other computers on the market. Setup is easy thanks to the Wahoo ELMNT companion app, allowing you to customize your displayed data fields, upload maps and routes, track performance, and share ride data effortlessly. This updated version comes in a new stealth black colorway and features the latest firmware update from Wahoo.

This being the bundle pack, it comes with dual-band sensors that are both ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible so you can use them with a myriad of cycling computers and electronic devices, such as your smartphone or tablet. The RPM Cadence Sensor accurately tracks cadence without a magnet, sleekly mounting to your crank arm or neatly tucking inside your shoe. For accurate speed measurement, the RPM Speed Sensor neatly mounts to your front hub with its secure silicone casing. And because serious cyclists demand heart rate monitoring for a number of exercise and training regimens, Wahoo includes a TICKR Heart Rate Monitor that's compatible with numerous smartphones, smartwatches, third-party apps, and bike computers.

  • Wahoo's aero-optimized cycling computer in an all-inclusive bundle
  • 170 customizable data fields so you can tailor your training
  • Connects to devices wirelessly via Bluetooth, ANT+, or WiFi
  • Compatible with all top electronic drivetrains
  • Latest firmware can display metrics from select e-bikes
  • Syncs live with apps for real-time data and segment hunting
  • Live tracking and smartphone notifications keep you in touch
  • Includes HR sensor, speed and cadence sensors, mounts, charging cable
  • Item #WHAC01K

Clock
yes
Odometer
yes
Altimeter
yes
Heart Rate Monitor
Wahoo TICKR Stealth Grey
Technical Features
GPS, KICKR smart trainer control
Wireless
Bluetooth, ANT+
Backlight
yes
Submersible
IPX7 (waterproof up to 5ft)
Battery Type
USB rechargeable
Battery Life
15hrs
Mount Type
integrated locking screw
Includes
ELEMNT BOLT Unit, TICKR heart rate monitor, RPM speed sensor, RPM cadence sensor, integrated out-front mount, stem mount, quick start guide, USB charging cable
Dimensions
2.9 x 1.8 x 0.87in
Face Size
2.2in
Claimed Weight
[computer] 60g
Recommended Use
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Love It!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Height
6` 3"
Weight
205 lbs

I have gone on 10 rides with it and I am loving it. It's really easy to use and set up. I highly recommend for the quality and the price!

>Rating: 1

Wahoo Customer Support is horrible

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

After deciding to get back into bicycling and picking up a new bike, I purchased the Bolt Stealth bundle. After researching and comparing it to the Garmin, I decided on the Bolt primarily because it does not have a touch screen, which I thought might be hard to use in the rain. I was excited to start using it, and when it arrived, I started charging it and putting the speed sensor on my bike. While I was setting up the Bolt using the wahoo app on my iPhone, I received an error on the Bolt saying it was overheating. The Bolt had been inside my home for several hours charging at room temperature, and it seemed strange it was overheating after being turned on for 5 minutes. After it shut down, I restarted it and went through this dance with the computer a few times before calling Wahoo support. After waiting on hold for about 30 minutes, I spent another 30 minutes working with Danny to do a factory reset and update the firmware. While this was happening, it continued to overheat and restart. Eventually, we got the latest firmware installed, and it worked for a few minutes before displaying an overheating message. Danny told me there might be an issue if I used a wireless router that broadcasts at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks using the same name. I told him I was not using the same WiFi name for the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks. He then suggested I return it. I asked if they would cross-ship and said I would be happy to provide a CC number to secure the cost of the new unit. He told me they did not offer that service, and as it was now Friday afternoon, their return department was gone for the weekend and would not be able to ship out a new unit until Monday, but that he would be emailing me a shipping label in the next few minutes. I provided all of my information and even spelled out letter by letter to my email address. He told me to expect an email in a few minutes with the information I needed to send the unit back. After not receiving an email for three days, I decided to call back. I called back on a Monday at 2 PM CDT during their support hours but received a message that they were not open and that I could not leave a message. I then entered a support ticket, which required that I enter my address, email, and phone number. I also attached a screenshot and explained that I had talked to somebody a few days prior. After another three days, I received a reply to my ticket telling me that Danny had written my email down wrong and that they needed my email, address, and phone number. I provided the info and asked the purpose of providing it in the support ticket on their web site if they would ignore the information and ask for it again. I waited a couple of days and checked on the ticket, and it showed up as solved, but nobody had reached out to me, and I did not receive a shipping label or RMA information. I tried calling and opening tickets for the next few days and finally gave up. During this time, I was able to use the Bolt intermittently as long as I did not connect it to my WiFi. Today while I was riding, I noticed that the Tickr was not recording my heart rate correctly and eventually stopped showing the heart rate altogether. After multiple phone call, email and self-closing support tickets, I am returning the bundle and get a Garmin. After using the bolt, when it was not overheating, I realized the black and white maps are not that easy to see while riding and that the Garmin color screen would be much easier for navigation. I also realized that I will probably not be riding in the rain and would prefer a touch screen for the same reason I have one on my phone. I also found the long loading time of the Bolt to be annoying and wonder if the Garmin has a better processor since it loads immediately. Perhaps that is why the Bolt overheats.

After
>Rating: 1

Wahoo Customer Support is horrible

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

After deciding to get back into bicycling and picking up a new bike, I purchased the Bolt Stealth bundle. After researching and comparing it to the Garmin, I decided on the Bolt primarily because it does not have a touch screen, which I thought might be hard to use in the rain. I was excited to start using it, and when it arrived, I started charging it and putting the speed sensor on my bike. While I was setting up the Bolt using the wahoo app on my iPhone, I received an error on the Bolt saying it was overheating. The Bolt had been inside my home for several hours charging at room temperature, and it seemed strange it was overheating after being turned on for 5 minutes. After it shut down, I restarted it and went through this dance with the computer a few times before calling Wahoo support. After waiting on hold for about 30 minutes, I spent another 30 minutes working with Danny to do a factory reset and update the firmware. While this was happening, it continued to overheat and restart. Eventually, we got the latest firmware installed, and it worked for a few minutes before displaying an overheating message. Danny told me there might be an issue if I used a wireless router that broadcasts at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks using the same name. I told him I was not using the same WiFi name for the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks. He then suggested I return it. I asked if they would cross-ship and said I would be happy to provide a CC number to secure the cost of the new unit. He told me they did not offer that service, and as it was now Friday afternoon, their return department was gone for the weekend and would not be able to ship out a new unit until Monday, but that he would be emailing me a shipping label in the next few minutes. I provided all of my information and even spelled out letter by letter to my email address. He told me to expect an email in a few minutes with the information I needed to send the unit back. After not receiving an email for three days, I decided to call back. I called back on a Monday at 2 PM CDT during their support hours but received a message that they were not open and that I could not leave a message. I then entered a support ticket, which required that I enter my address, email, and phone number. I also attached a screenshot and explained that I had talked to somebody a few days prior. After another three days, I received a reply to my ticket telling me that Danny had written my email down wrong and that they needed my email, address, and phone number. I provided the info and asked the purpose of providing it in the support ticket on their web site if they would ignore the information and ask for it again. I waited a couple of days and checked on the ticket, and it showed up as solved, but nobody had reached out to me, and I did not receive a shipping label or RMA information. I tried calling and opening tickets for the next few days and finally gave up. During this time, I was able to use the Bolt intermittently as long as I did not connect it to my WiFi. Today while I was riding, I noticed that the Tickr was not recording my heart rate correctly and eventually stopped showing the heart rate altogether. After multiple phone call, email and self-closing support tickets, I am returning the bundle and get a Garmin. After using the bolt, when it was not overheating, I realized the black and white maps are not that easy to see while riding and that the Garmin color screen would be much easier for navigation. I also realized that I will probably not be riding in the rain and would prefer a touch screen for the same reason I have one on my phone. I also found the long loading time of the Bolt to be annoying and wonder if the Garmin has a better processor since it loads immediately. Perhaps that is why the Bolt overheats.

After
>Rating: 2

Good under 200 miles etc....

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

This computer looks like it has a lot going for it. But looks can be decieving. It only has 2 gig of storage for trips. I purchased one and ended up with 17 different maps to load if I had a internet connection. Can’t even use personal hot spot on your phone! But you can use someone else’s hot spot! This makes no sense to me. Then you cant delete your previous rides without resetting the whole computer! Makes no sense! Save your money and buy a Garmin! They know what they are doing unlike these back wood individuals from Georgia!