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Kickr Core and rust?

MelMMelM Posts: 8
I have received a Kickr core but the inside of the trainer leg looks like it is covered in rust. Does anyone else have this issue?

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  • I've seen a few posts on Facebook about this.
    People recieving Kickrs that are rusty.

    I'd speak with the supplier/Wahoo
  • No, you're wrong. It's a Wahoo Kickr. They are totally brilliant. You must be mistaken.
  • Sounds like Wahoo has a real mess on their hands with this year's KICKRs. There are reports everywhere of clicking, grinding, rust, and who knows what else. Zwift has also recognized a known issue with the Zwift/KICKR BTLE connection.

    I was all set the pull the trigger on a new Core, but am going to wait.
  • 38special wrote:
    Sounds like Wahoo has a real mess on their hands with this year's KICKRs. There are reports everywhere of clicking, grinding, rust, and who knows what else. Zwift has also recognized a known issue with the Zwift/KICKR BTLE connection.

    I was all set the pull the trigger on a new Core, but am going to wait.

    No, I'm afraid you are wrong as well. You need to give your head a shake. There are so many who worship at the alter of Wahoo that it's only a matter of time before your misguided comments are refuted.

    The Kickr is the only smart trainer on the market worth buying. Anyone who even considers anything else is a total mug.

    Hope that clears things up ;-)
  • StillGoingStillGoing Posts: 5,207
    38special wrote:
    Sounds like Wahoo has a real mess on their hands with this year's KICKRs. There are reports everywhere of clicking, grinding, rust, and who knows what else. Zwift has also recognized a known issue with the Zwift/KICKR BTLE connection.

    I was all set the pull the trigger on a new Core, but am going to wait.

    No, I'm afraid you are wrong as well. You need to give your head a shake. There are so many who worship at the alter of Wahoo that it's only a matter of time before your misguided comments are refuted.

    The Kickr is the only smart trainer on the market worth buying. Anyone who even considers anything else is a total mug.

    Hope that clears things up ;-)

    Seriously, if you've nothing useful to contribute, how about simply going away?
    I ride a bike. Doesn't make me green or a tree hugger. I drive a car too.
  • philthy3 wrote:
    38special wrote:
    Sounds like Wahoo has a real mess on their hands with this year's KICKRs. There are reports everywhere of clicking, grinding, rust, and who knows what else. Zwift has also recognized a known issue with the Zwift/KICKR BTLE connection.

    I was all set the pull the trigger on a new Core, but am going to wait.

    No, I'm afraid you are wrong as well. You need to give your head a shake. There are so many who worship at the alter of Wahoo that it's only a matter of time before your misguided comments are refuted.

    The Kickr is the only smart trainer on the market worth buying. Anyone who even considers anything else is a total mug.

    Hope that clears things up ;-)

    Wow. How long has it taken you to think up that gem? I'm inconsolable.

    Seriously, if you've nothing useful to contribute, how about simply going away?
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