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Wahoo Fitness

ELEMNT MINI Bike Computer

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Item # WHA000P

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Small in Size, Big on Features

An uncluttered cockpit is a thing of beauty and often we will forgo a cycling computer in an attempt to keep a tidier workspace. Cycling is however, a data driven sport and there are moments when we need to stay connected. The Wahoo ELEMNT MINI has become a favorite of ours because of its large display despite its compact size and ease of use. Something about it just looks right perched on our stem. We found the MINI super easy in operation and with just two buttons, toggling between screens to view metrics on rides is very intuitive.

The MINI comes with Wahoo's RPM Speed sensor and is ready to record speed, distance, and time right out of the box. If you want even more data, you can pair it with Wahoo Heart Rate and Cadence Sensors, sold separately. The biggest features of the MINI are accessed after downloading the Companion App and syncing the MINI to your iOS or Android phone.

Once paired with a smartphone, the MINI can show you an entire route map, elevation, and post ride statistics and has the ability to sync rides to third party cycling apps. Our favorite feature is the ability to send a Live Track link of your location to friends and family so they can follow you in real time. This is not only a great safety feature, it also helps you keep track of how late your buddy is to the coffee shop ride. (Or lets your group know that you had trouble getting out the door that morning.) Pop up phone notifications let you know at a glance if it is necessary to pull over respond to texts and calls.

  • A tiny bike computer with big potential
  • Performs standard computer functions on its own
  • Pairs with smart phones for advanced GPS functionality
  • Two button operation simplifies interface
  • Phone notifications keep you in touch while in the saddle
  • Pairs with Wahoo dual-band sensors: TICKR, TICKR X, RPM Speed, RPM Cadence, and Blue SC
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Heart Rate Monitor
Operating System
Android, iOS
Battery Type
coin cell
Battery Life
up to 12 months
Mount Type
[screen size] 1.8in
Recommended Use
road cycling
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Pretty Solid

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Purchased the Elemnt Mini just before Christmas. Used on seven indoor and five outdoor rides so far. Debated whether to buy the Mini based on less that 3 stars overall, but tipping point was inclusion of speed sensor and 50% off sale.
As described by most, setup was straightforward and initial pairing was successful using QRS code. Programming pages was pretty easy as well, but I was unable to drag and drop the data fields in order to rearrange the display as described on Wahoo's website. Not a big deal, just deleted and rebuilt as needed.
My needs are simple: speed, avg speed, max speed, distance, time, and odometer. What interested me in the Mini was price, data on trainer sessions, notifications of text messages and phone calls, and live tracking on outdoor rides.
After reading a ton of reviews, I think the 3 stars is due in part to buyer expectations (full blow GPS capabilities) versus how the unit actually performs. Review the product description and FAQ's on Wahoo's website closely before deciding whether it fits your needs. If you are not into power meters and live Strava segments, you'll likely be satisfied.
That said, on one outdoor ride it recorded my max speed as 93.5mph, and on an indoor session the app did not sync until after I finished. I've also noticed different wait times for the app to sync with the computer. Sometimes as quickly as :10, other times more than a minute. I hope these are not a sign of trouble ahead.
Overall I'm satisfied and cautiously optimistic.

you get what you pay for

    Figured I'd give Wahoo a shot after years with a tried and true Garmin which I only used for on-ride data, not GPS or social media. This Mini gives you almost no useable data other than speed, average speed and distance. What about a better display that allows you to see the time and temperature? This is basically a computer that requires you always ride with your phone to get any use out of it. For actual riding, this thing is useless at any price, $50 or $10.

    Buy anything but this product.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have owned 2 of these Mini's (one for me, and one for my wife bike) and have had nothing but issues with the pages not staying sync, the auto pause not re-starting if you stop at a red light, to it completely just not working during a ride. I had called Wahoo tech support several times with no resolution...finally today I requested they offer me full credit for these 2 Elemnt Mini's towards the much upgraded in $$$ Elemnt. The offer they came back to me with (Approved from a supervisor) was completely embarrassing! If you want a bike computer, buy anything other than the Wahoo Elemnt Mini. Furthermore, it makes me question the other Wahoo products if they are not willing to stand behind the Mini's that are 3.5 months old. COMPLETELY AND UTERLY FRUSTRATING!

    Wahoo ELEMNT Mini

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Not worth the $$$!! I have been trying to use the ELEMNT Mini for a couple weeks now but it struggles to gps track my rides even though I have my the app open on my phone and synchronized via Bluetooth. I am going to return it and just buy a garmin

    Unanswered Question

    Does the Wahoo Fitness ELEMNT MINI Bike Computer use the same mount as Garmin Edge series?

    Not ready for prime time

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought mine directly from Wahoo when the unit was released mid last year, and I returned it within a month. The Mini did repeatedly lose contact with either my smartphone, or the speed or cadence sensors. I liked how you could configure the display from your smartphone, but at the time, the Mini consistently failed to accept and retain my field settings. Last, on my iPhone 5, the battery drain was totally unacceptable; it drained about 25% of my battery in a 30 mile ride. (Note: any iPhones subsequent to the 5 have a later version of Bluetooth that should consume less power, so most users today should see less battery drain.)

    Separately, the cadence sensor had repeated problems with losing battery power. I believe this was a problem with the sensor itself, rather than the Mini somehow draining the sensor. And that really was too bad, because I really liked the form factor.

    Overall, I was not impressed, and it felt like they'd released a beta product. I wasn't willing to pay $99 to be a beta tester.

    Great Value

      My phone would die on most rides...this simple piece of equipment eliminates that anxiety and I can still sync my results with various apps (Wahoo, Strava, etc). Easy to install, mount, etc...and for the!

      Returned it

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Reasons for return:
      1. Bluetooth pairing kept dropping
      2. Speedometer not accurate
      3. Can only use during the day, not lighted display

      Awesome cycling computer for the basics

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The ELMNT Mini is a great cycling computer if you are just looking for basic functions like speed and distance, as well as a quick means to upload ride data to Strava or other apps. I use it for mountain biking and it works great because all I really need is speed and distance. It's great because the computer itself is very small/unobtrusive yet still has a large enough display to easily read the screen with a quick glance.

      The device connects to your phone via Bluetooth. After your ride the Mini will automatically upload ride data to Strava, Training Peaks, or any other compatible apps that you have linked to your Wahoo account. I found this feature useful because I often forget to pull out my phone and end my ride on Strava.

      If you want the computer to display speed and distance in real time you must use the included speed sensor. It can't pull this info from your phone. It will still track your speed and distance for post-ride analysis but won't display it in real time without the sensor paired. If you are using the speed sensor you don't necessarily have to carry your phone. That being said, this computer does work best if you carry your phone on your ride with you. Most people seem to do this these days anyway.

      I would have given it a 5 star review but the computer came with a dead battery in the speed sensor right out of the package. I tried several times to pair the sensor and computer and finally decided to replace the battery, which solved the issue. At that point the sensor paired right away.

      Basically it’s Great!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      My cycling computer needs are simple. Speed, time, and distance. The fact that this unit pairs with my phone is a real plus. The text and phone call notifications are very handy. It’s a great value for the price with the speed sensor, However, I also purchased the Wahoo heart rate monitor and cadance sensor to go along with it. I’ve had no connectivity issues and it works very well. The phone app is a real added bonus. It’s wicked easy to use and tracks your location map using your phone’s gps and your metrics are presented in a very clear and comprehensive way. Including, laps. I really like the app!

      If live segments and power meters are not your thing then this is your unit. It has the basics covered and then some.

      Just OK

        The device only pairs with the Wahoo heart rate chest strap. Other devices with the same price point can pair with a variety of other heart rate straps, including arm and wrist bands. If you’re interested in me monitoring your heart rate, look into other devices first.

        Does this have ant+ and does it display wattage

        I just got one and will be posting my review soon but this unit does not have ant+ and does not display wattage.