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Wahoo Fitness ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer Bundle

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The great outdoors.

If you spent winter days sweating buckets under the strict tutelage of your Wahoo trainer, you might be wondering how you’ll transition back to real roads and your small, unassuming computer this spring. You’ll lose the constant updates, limitless data, and regular coaching once you step back out onto the open road—unless of course, you invest in Wahoo’s latest road-ready ride companion. Designed to be used outdoors, the Wahoo ELEMNT Bike Computer includes all of your favorite metrics, and it’s ready to take your data-driven training to the great outdoors.

Along with your classic heart rate, speed, cadence, and route charting metrics, you’ll also gain access to Wahoo’s free ELEMNT training app when you start using the computer. Once you set the ELEMNT up, you’ll need the app to actually see what it’s measuring while you ride. It connects to your smartphone to display customizable, user-friendly screens, while the unit itself does the tracking. Lucky enough to be riding with Di2 or eTap? Your screen will let you know what gearing you’re riding in, so you can keep tabs on where you are on your cassette on long grinds or mind-numbing straightaways. Whether you’re chasing your Cat 2 card this year or training for your first long-distance tri, trust the ELEMNT to keep you accountable.

  • A head unit bundle that tracks ride metrics indoors or out
  • GPS connectivity maps yours and others' positions
  • Wirelessly controls KICKR Smart Trainer
  • Included accessories gather biometric and ride data
  • Downloadable app manages settings and stores data
  • Displays smartphone notifications mid-ride
  • Compatible with most electronic drivetrains
  • Mount options for flat, drop, and aerobars
  • Item #WHA000F

Altimeter
yes, barometric
Barometer
yes
Heart Rate Monitor
yes, TICKR heart rate monitor
Technical Features
KICKR Smart Trainer control, GPS
Wireless
yes, ANT+, Bluetooth
Operating System
iOS, Android
Clock
yes
Battery Life
17 hour
Mount Type
handlebar
Includes
heart rate monitor strap, cadence sensor, speed sensor, out-front mount, stem mount, aerobar mount, quick-start guide
Dimensions
[ELEMNT] 2.5 x 3.5 x 0.8 in
Claimed Weight
[ELEMNT] 99.2 g
Recommended Use
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 1

Terrible. Simply it’s trash.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Let me tell you about my wahoo experience... I was a huge advocate of their products for a while. I’ve had 2 roams a kickr and a few tickrs. Let’s just say I’ve had to replace the tickr’s a few times. Now on to the ELEMNT... when your gps computer craps out and you are under warranty you’d expect the company to stand behind it’s product? WRONG. They have taken over a month to even give me a time frame of sending me a replacement. I ride over 100 miles a week and have been without for a MONTH. imagine a company not standing behind their product. Also, because I bought it from CC they will not give me money to replace it. I opened my ticket with them at the BEGINNING of October. Customer service responds every 3 days so good luck with that!! Anyway, if you want a GPS that works get a Garmin.

Let
>Rating: 1

Terrible

These computers are garbage. After less than 2 years my element just sits there and turns off and on until it dies. If you look at the FAQ for issues this is a known problem, but Wahoo refuses to warranty it since it’s older than one year. Oh, but they offered to let me buy another one! I’ll go back to Garmin.

After 2 yrs? you're so cheap leaving this kind of reviews.

>Rating: 1

Missing items

I ordered this item over the weekend based on the reviews and that it had everything needed for use out of the box. I opened the box, which has nice packaging, and it was missing the TICKR heart rate monitor, RPM speed sensor, and the RPM cadence sensor. It did include the head unit and the three mounting options. I was very disappointed....

Did you order the computer or the computer with bundle??

>Rating: 5

A year down the trail

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Pretty happy with this computer, have used it for a year now. If you like to geek out on data, you may want this. I found battery life short in cold temps., on one ride at -22F after two hours, it died. So maybe a wrist based option is better in the cold. One trick i used was to put this thing in my pocket to keep it warm, and functioning. Normal temps, above 32F, it seems fine. Usually as i am stowing my bike, the ride data is ready for strava upload. Have not used this much for road navigation. I fully charge after every use. I wish there was a low battery notification for the HR strap, as is, when i get a "no HR" ride, it's time to change battery.

>Rating: 5

Good product

Once I got the item working properly, I am happy with it. However, it was a little difficult setting up. Everyone said it would be very easy but my phone wouldn't find the head unit. I eventually got this figured out and it was fine. Then, I had a hard time figuring out how to update the cadence and speed sensors, which meant inaccurate data being displayed on the head unit. Once I contacted Competitive Cyclists and figured out I need to download a new app, it worked great! Wish that process would have been a little more clear.

>Rating: 5

Intuitive

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is a very very good bike computer. Best I have ever used. Totally intuitive in set up. Easy connection of cadence and speed sensors. Love the fact that the cadence can clip to my shoes. Only downside is the Wahoo mount is unique from Garmin. There are so many more garmin mount options available and the Wahoo mount is just plastic and seems flimsy compared to my Garmin out front mounts. Need to find a solid aluminum out front mounting option but that will mean replacing the mounts on three bikes......

>Rating: 5

BIG INFO; LITTLE TROUBLE

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

After a little confusion getting set up, this unit outshines my old Garmin. It has a great deal of flexibility to give you what ever info you want. One of my favorite features is its ability to find my home network when I finish a ride and download all the data without any worries from me. I have used it over two months and it has not failed to perform perfectly.

>Rating: 5

So far so good

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Love the large format and the zoom in and out feature is awesome. For me physical button is the way to go over touch. Only used it a couple times but very satisfied with purchase. I'm coming from a Garmin Edge 500 so this is a big upgrade.

>Rating: 5

Just what I needed

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These is my first bike computer. And I choose the element because I really like all the functionality and easy setup with the companion app that it has. So once that I got it, it was as wahoo advertise it, you just know how to set it up. That was really nice. The ride, I use it in a short ride and I never lost connectivity on any of the sensors (RPM, Speed, HRM) and the LEDs notifications are amazing. For example, I went to a velodrome and I wanted to keep my speed a certain level so I configure the LEDs to let me know that I was riding in that average. (NOTE: The average is calculated as you start riding, is not a setting. Or at least I haven't found it). So that was something nice because instead of keep looking at the screen with a single quick view of the LEDs I knew I had to ride faster. Then I went for a 100 miles ride, where I was interested on my heart rates, so that I don't burn all my energies at the beginning and boom, just set it up for it. In that same ride, I got lost, lucky me I had the route from strava so I just load it and that save the day. I'm not good with directions, so this was very important for me and it does the job. For a six hour ride, the battery went below 50% which I think is good enough for my rides. I also was able to test the Strava live segments, and they are nice. (Not as the strava app) but you can setup the screen to compare your current effort against your PR or vs the KOM. Finally, the mounts are not very nice because you need those straps that once that you put them in your bike you need to cut them in order to remove it. But nothing too important.

>Rating: 5

Time to KOM Hunt!

http://the5thfloor.cc/2016/08/03/kom-hunting-with-the-wahoo-elemnt/ http://www.dcrainmaker.com/2016/08/wahoo-fitness-rolls-out-strava-live-segment-support-to-elemnt-gps.html

>Rating:

Ok so I'm interested in the bundle BUT, I have 3 bikes. All road. Specialized Roubaix, Colnago Masterlight, and Specialized Langster. What do I need to buy?

Hi Thomas, If you want to use 1 computer with each bike, but would like the same info available and the swap to be quick then you will need the following. - 2 additional sets of the sensor bundle: https://www.competitivecyclist.com/wahoo-fitness-rpm-sensor-bundle -2 additional mounts: https://www.competitivecyclist.com/k-edge-pro-handlebar-computer-mount-for-wahoo Feel free to email me at kharker@backcountry.com with further questions!