Android Fitness Accessories

The devices in this section can connect to most recent variants of Android smartphones and tablets. These wireless fitness accessories connect directly to your smartphone / tablet and provide added functionality to your preferred fitness APP. For example, you may want to add heart rate monitoring and pedal cadence to your Strava cycling APP. To achieve this simply add a Bluetooth heart rate sensors and a Bluetooth speed/cadence sensor.

Android connected Wearables

If you have an Android smartphone and want to extend the functionality of your phone to your watch then you should consider one of the Android Wear powered smartphones. There are several on the market the best known being the Moto 360 Sport. However, what I am interested in is the best truly SPORTS focused Wearable Tech watches. At present, that is the Polar M600 (reviewed here). Powered by Android Wear OS the M600 is a 24/7 activity tracker with built-in GPS and off the wrist heart rate. The M600 has dedicated sports profiles for dozens of sports from running and biking to kayaking and mountaineering.

If you have an iOs device please pop over to the iPhone & iPad fitness accessories reviews section.

  • Polar H10 HR sensor

    NEW 2017

    The Polar H10 is everything that the Polar H7 was but better. Improved heart rate accuracy from a new algorithm. The Polar H10 heart rate sensor is compatible with the GoPro Hero 4 & 5 adding HR data to your videos. It can transmit heart rate to your V800 when swimming. The H10 features an internal memory for 1 training session, up to 65 hours, allowing you to train without your phone or watch  ...

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  • Polar H7 HRM Sensor

    Do you train with your smartphone? If you do and it's less than 3 years old, chances are you could simply pair it up with the Polar H7 add a FREE APP (like Polar Beat) and you have the equivalent to a £1 heart rate monitor watch. The Polar H7 Bluetooth 4.0 heart rate sensor makes use of the processing power of your phone to give you a fully functional heart rate monitor in your iPhone / Android device ....

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  • Wahoo Tickr RUN

    Wahoo Tickr comes in three formats. This is the Tickr RUN specifically designed for those who run with their smartphone. The Tickr RUN will add heart rate functionality to your smartphone (iOs / Android) and provide detailed running dynamics feedback to help you become a more efficient runner ...

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  • Wahoo BlueSc

    The Wahoo Fitness Blue SC is a bike speed and distance sensor compatible with iPhones from 4s onwards. Simply cable tie the main unit to your chainstay and pop the magnets on the crank and spoke. The Blue  SC is compatible with most popular APPS like Strava, Cyclemeter, MapMyRide, Runtastic Road Bike, Wahoo Fitness and many more ....

     

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  • Wahoo Fitness RFLKT

    The Wahoo Fitness RFLKT is a bike computer that takes it data from your iPhone / Android device. It took us a moment to work out what the RFLKT actually is (the clue is in it's name RFLKT > Reflect, like a mirror) It works by taking the LIVE GPS data from your phone which is safely tucked away in your back pocket. The data being collected by the APP running on your phone is reflected, via Bluetooth, to the RFLKT's screen ....

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  • Mio Link Review

    The Mio Link is simply a strapless heart rate monitor that picks up HR data from the wrist. It then sends that data to any compatible devices like Smartphones (iOs and Android), Polar V800 & M400 (using Bluetooth 4.0), Garmin Edge (using ANT+).. NO MORE CHEST STRAP ....

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  • Wahoo Tickr

    The Wahoo Tickr is a comfortable heart rate monitor featuring Bluetooth Smart chipset making it compatible with most modern SmartPhones from the iPhone 4S and newer, iPad (3rd onwards), iPad Mini and most modern Android devices. The Tickr works with the most popular apps such as Runmeter, RunKeeper, Cyclemeter, Strava, MapMyRun, Endomondo, Runtastic, Wahoo Fitness (included) and many more ....

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  • BlueLeza Heart Rate

    The GOLD STANDARD chest strap we use when testing new products is either the Polar H7 or this BlueLeza heart rate sensor. It's comfortable, accurate and reliable. But what makes the BlueLeza stand out is it's DUAL transmission. It simultaneously transmits heart rate data in BOTH Bluetooth 4.0 (SMART) and the popular ANT+ platform (preferred by Garmin in their Edge and Forerunner devices) ....

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  • Jabra Sport Pulse

    A great innovation for those who like to listen to music when training ... heart rate headphones. Also great for those who want audio prompts on heart rate effort throughout training. These Jabra Sport Pulse Bluetooth headphones acquire heart rate from an infrared sensor and transmit it to your preferred sports training app (Strava, Jabra, MapMyRide, Polar Beat etc) ....

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  • Wahoo Tickr X

    The third and most expensive of the Wahoo Tickr range. This one has a built-in memory giving you the freedom to train WITHOUT your smartphone. The Wahoo Tickr X transmits heart rate data in Bluetooth and ANT+ but it ALSO stores the HR data in it's own internal memory, freeing you from your phone ...

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