Wahoo Fitness Blue-SC “Smart” Bluetooth Speed, Cadence Sensors for iPhone Spotted

wahoo fitness BlueSC smart Bluetooth 4 wireless cycling speed cadence sensor for iPhone 4s training app

Wahoo Fitness announced their new “smart” Bluetooth 4.0 sensors last November, and now Engadget’s got a close up look at them.

It’s called BlueSC, which we’re assuming means Bluetooth Speed Cadence. Unlike their original system that used ANT+, which required a dongle attached to the iPhone, these new parts work on the latest Bluetooth standard. What you see above is a chainstay mounted speed + cadence sensor, spoke magnet and a pretty elegant solution to a crank arm magnet to measure cadence. It appears to be a magnet housed in a stretchy loop that slides over your crank arm rather than relying on zip ties or glue.

No official word on pricing or availability yet.

Comments

Jeremy - 04/06/12 - 11:27pm

Looks wicked! Now someone needs to make a HR sensor that talks to it as well.

Scott - 04/06/12 - 11:44pm

Wahoo Blue HR is the monitor. It’s been out since mid January.

thelucas - 04/06/12 - 11:47pm

That cadence magnet is Bontrager made. 8 bucks at your LBS. You can see the triple stripes Bontrager uses in their design too. It is a good cadence sensor as long as your foot alignment is clean.

drew - 04/07/12 - 9:01am

thelucas is right; came here to say this. Best cadence magnet I’ve found.

Neil - 04/07/12 - 2:13pm

Is there something like this for an android phone? More of a galaxy fan than iphone

Gerry - 04/07/12 - 11:37pm

This should also work with the latest android phones that support BT 4.0. Assuming this since the BlueHR strap works with android.

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