Bontrager Interchange Digital Combo Sensor

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Description of Bontrager Interchange Digital Combo Sensor

The Interchange Digital Combo sensor records both your speed and cadence data for a more comprehensive picture of your fitness.

This ANT+ 2.4 GHz is designed to work with Bontrager Node wireless computers. It also works with many other ANT+ enabled devices. Sensor adjustment is easy with the adjustable arm.

Top-Features of Bontrager Interchange Digital Combo Sensor

  • ANT+ 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth® Smart wireless digital speed and cadence sensor
  • ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart allow simultaneous use of Trip 300 and smartphone
  • For use with all ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart wireless technology-enabled devices
  • An independently adjustable arm for precise alignment of speed and cadence sensors
  • Includes a Bontrager wheel magnet and crank cadence band
  • Includes a mounting strap to fit most chainstays and 2 zip ties for universal fitting

Included in delivery: Interchange Digital Combo Sensor, wheel magnet, crank cadence band
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Product Name: Bontrager Interchange Digital Combo Sensor
Manufacturer: Bontrager
Item Code: BON302335
transmission standard: ANT+, Bluetooth
device sensors: Speed Sensors, Cadence Sensors
Model year: 2020
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This sensor works great for what I use it for. I use it to record my rides on the training rollers and it is very accurate. My phone was able to detect it through bluetooth without any problem. I use it with the wahoo fitness app and it works perfectly. I also tried it with Zwift and it works for that as well. I don't use it on the road so I can't comment on that but I would definitely not recommend it for mountain biking since it attaches with a rubber band that can slip. I use gps to record my rides on the trails anyways.
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