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Giveaway Extravaganza: The ‘iPack’–Wahoo RFLKT, 4iiii’s Viiiiva, Blue SC, and more!
All good things must come to an end…and the end is regrettably here. And by here, I mean after explaining this last giveaway.
I decided to make a bit of a basket of things for the iPhone/iPad/iPod carrying person. First up is the Wahoo Fitness RFLKT. This iPhone powered bike computer displays whatever your phone tells it to. It works with 3rd party apps, and displays everything from speed and distance to power and current songs.
Next we’ve got the 4iiii’s Viiiiva HR strap. This strap not only does heart rate, but also consolidates ANT+ devices like ANT+ power meters and running footpods, to your iPhone, without any ANT+ adapter required. Plus, it gives you heart rate too. It does this all using Bluetooth Smart.
Then, since you’re cycling I figured I’d toss in the Wahoo Blue SC speed/cadence sensor. That works with gazillions of apps out there today, and going forward you’ll see more devices and companies utilize it (like TomTom).
And finally, in order to give you a place to stash your phone/iPod, I’ve added in an iPhone armband holder. It’s the Wahoo Fitness one, as that’s what I use most of the time. It’s simple, it just works. Note, if you want to run/ride outdoors with your iPad, I’d suggest duct-taping it to your shirt.
Giveaway Opens: 9:00PM US Eastern Time (Now open) Giveaway Closes: 12:00AM US Eastern Time (Duration: 3 hours)
Even if you don’t win, you can still support the site by using either Clever Training or Amazon, both of which are listed at the left. If you purchase through Clever Training, DCR readers can use coupon code DCR10BTF to save 10% off any order (virtually everything I review is available there), plus for orders over $75 shipping is free within the US. Support via Clever Training makes giveaways like this possible!
To enter, simply leave a comment below within the 3-hour timespan specified above. All entries must be posted below in the comments section by the time the giveaway officially closes per the posted times above. Winners will be chosen randomly. Products will be shipped to winners within a few days by Clever Training. Everyone worldwide is of course eligible as always.
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