BKOOL Speed and Cadence Sensor

BKOOL Speed and Cadence Sensor
BKOOL Speed and Cadence Sensor
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Speed and Cadence Sensor by BKOOL
The Bkool Speed and Cadence Sensor fits to practically any bike frame size, allowing you to wirelessly transmit speed and cadence data to an electronic device or computer running Bkool's Simulator. It's works with ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart electronic devices or can be paired with Bkool's ANT+ dongle (sold separately) when it's plugged into a computer USB port. One of its best features is the non-volatile memory, which allows you to change batteries without having to repeat the pairing process afterwards with your ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart device.

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SKU: BOO0005
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