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TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor

The Wahoo TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor adds a heaping serving of data analysis capability to your workout without any extra sensors. This little device straps neatly around your chest just like the standard TICKR model to track calories burned and heart rate, but it also tracks cadence and provides accelerometer-aided stride analysis.

It boasts both ANT+ and Bluetooth technology to pair with your favorite smartphone or GPS device and see real time metrics, and it also stores up to 16 hours of workout data so you can leave those electronic devices at home and just enjoy the workout with confidence that the data will be there waiting for you when you get home. For indoor sessions, the Wahoo TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor includes a treadmill mode to accurately track speed and distance when running or walking on a treadmill. As a techy bonus, this monitor is compatible with over 50 third-party apps to get motivated, set training, and analyze run data. It also comes with a free eight-week training program accessible through the Wahoo Fitness App.

The Wahoo TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor comes packaged with an adjustable soft strap, pre-installed CR2032 battery, quick start guide, and product info guide.

  • Maximize your workouts with this data-crunching heart rate monitor
  • Tracks heart rate, calories, reps, running analytics, and more
  • Bluetooth and ANT+ connects to your phone, GPS watch, and computers
  • Captures your indoor cycling cadence with the Wahoo Fitness App
  • On-board memory holds up to a whopping 16 hours of workouts
  • Chest strap keeps your hands free during activity
  • IPX-7 waterproof rating allows you to get after it in the elements
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Heart Rate Monitor
Technical Features
Calorie Tracking, Motion Analytics, Memory
ANT+, Bluetooth LE
yes, IPX7
Battery Type
CR 2032
Battery Life
12 months
TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor, Adjustable soft strap, CR 2032 Battery (installed), Quick Start Guide, Important Product Info Guide
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited

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0.3 oz

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm sooo frustrated by this hr monitor. It worked fine in the beginning now just seems to lose connection or not connect at all. I have replaced the battery and done the reset multiple times. Often removing it from my Wahoo and then repairing it. Yesterday I spent 10 mins trying to get it to start before throwing it on the floor.

Wahoo Assy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Variable size

Love my new Wahoo HR device. Its accurate and reliable connectivity. I find myself using it all the time.

Feature-laden HRM Strap

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Reads heart rate, with great adjustability and comfort. Wahoo states that it picks up cadence for indoor cycling, but I’ve found it reports it for all my rides.

Best HRM there is

    This HRM is a must have for your cycling training (or running). It transmits both Ant+ and Bluetooth signals so pairs easily with your other devices and apps. I have not used the internal workout storage that allows you to leave the phone if you want, however that is nice feature to have. The strap adjusts easily and snaps to the HRM sensor with buttons. The fit is comfortable and overall for this price it's in line with all the other HRMs out there and offers a few more features.

    Perfect for Running/Cardio

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This heart rate monitor actually makes me excited to run! It pairs seamlessly with my phone and my garmin watch. The strap is really comfortable, and I don't even notice it when I run. I was a little worried about the hrm slipping down when I run, but I have had no issues so far. I was hesitant buying this hrm due to several of the reviews below complaining about quality control issues. However, several of my co-workers have had this monitor for over a year (wearing it multiple times per week) and they have not had any issues. While I have only worn it a few times, so far so good for me!


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: one size

    This Wahoo TICKR X was not used heavily. Only for weekends and only for cycling. Less than 100 uses. The snap on the end of the strap fell apart and the unit stopped working. Battery replaced and the Bluetooth signal was kaput. I contacted Wahoo customer service and offered to pay for shipping back and forth to the company as I suspected a defect. I specifically asked that they make the product better so that this doesn't become landfill. They told me to buy a new strap and did not care to look at it, or show it to engineers. They just told me to buy a new strap. No thanks!

    Quality control issues

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought two of these. One of them had the battery drain problem mentioned elsewhere here while still under warranty. The company told me to try the reset. It didn't work. I told them it didn't work. I then gave up and put it in a drawer. I contacted them a year later to say hey, it still didn't work, and they told me oh sorry, it's out of warranty.

    I love wahoo but their quality control isn't at the level of tacx or garmin. My KICKR constantly lost bluetooth connection, I had to return my RFLKT because the screen wasn't readable in daylight, etc. Their products are awesome when they work but when you're 5 minutes into your second run on a new battery and your HRM dies, none of the specs or bells and whistles matter.

    Hi, I apologize that your experience was not up to par. I see that you attempted to reset the battery and to no avail, but it seems there may be more to it than just flipping the battery around. Here is a good page to take a look at to rule out these issues:

    Also, did you purchase this item through us? We have our own Return/Exchange/Warranty program separate from Wahoo. Manufacturer warranty states One Year- Limited which may apply, it is really a case by case basis but it's worth looking into.


      I'm a big fan of all of the wahoo products! This battery is comfortable, reliable and easy to use. I appreciate that i can not only sync it with all of my electronics, but also double tap it to have it record a workout when i dont have a device with me to start tracking

      Comfortable packable, great battery life

        I'm a huge fan of Wahoo products and for me that all started wit hthe Wahoo Tickr heart rate monitor. The cloth strap is very comfortable and easily detaches for washing. It works great with both my Wahoo and also bluetooth connects to the iphone. I use it for both cycling and running and will be buying another if my current one ever conks out (knock on wood!)

        Great monitor

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

        Really easy to setup, wahoo products are very well made, the mobile app is friendly and you could get a lot of data

        Great across the board

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I got this as I needed a bluetooth HR for indoor training and Zwift on my tablet and an ANT+ was not going to work which I have plenty of. Got the this one so I could use the bluetooth feature. Works great and pairs easily to my iPad.

        The extra bonus is that I use it for many other things. I have a work out app for my phone which is great for when I go to the gym and pairs well with my Apple watch for when I run. If you want one HR that does it all you really want to go with the Wahoo Tickr X

        More than just an HRM transmitter

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

        So I've decided to start Zwifting this winter on my new CycleOps Hammer smart trainer, but needed a Bluetooth compatible HRM transmitter to pair with my mobile devices. Since the Wahoo strap does both Bluetooth & ANT+ I can use it on the road with my Garmin as well.

        That's a win in my book.

        Haven't had a chance to play with the TICKR X's fitness features yet though ... it's supposed to be able to track your pulse and other fitness metrics and store them internally for later sync ... which means you don't need to have your phone with you and on and draining battery like with some other straps.

        I may update to 5-stars after I've had a chance to play with those functions.

        Keep track across devices

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        So the huge perk to this sensor is that it will send a Bluetooth signal and an ANT+ signal.

        If you arrive at the group ride and unload your bike only to realize that you left your head unit at home, but you still want accurate data to track, just sync your phone and you are good to go.
        Tickr Heart Rate monitor will communicate with my computer for indoor Zwift rides, my Garmin for outdoor rides, and my phone, for when my Garmin isn't where it should be.
        If you are planning to ride your Kickr / Kickr Snap synched to your tablet or PC and don't want to buy an additional ANT+ sensor then this is the Heart Rate Monitor you want.

        I have also used it for running outside just synced to my phone. But my primary use for this monitor has been cycling.

        No complaints from me. I don't love the Wahoo Apps, but the beauty of this heart rate strap is you don't really need them, aside from installing firmware updates.

        Nice HRM

          I have used it for bike rides, running, gym and soccer. The "offline workout" mode works, just put it on and then go to the app and sync it. It is very confortable, but it is very difficult to get connected to my phone (google pixel) usually it takes like 40 seconds to get connected, this is the only concern that I have.