OMATA One | Analog GPS Speedometer
We have something cool for bike lovers that have a preference for the old fashion. OMATA One is the GPS Speedometer that will show the necessary information in an analog way.
If you don’t understand why such a modern technology like GPS would be displayed in an analog way, you should know it’s like that because it’s easier to read while cycling. You can focus on the ride, and read the info with just a glance at the numbers.
OMATA One shows speed, distance, ascent and time. It’s extremely accurate and records everything on the internal memory before converting it into analog. The mechanical parts are very durable and developed in collaboration with Seiko Precision Inc. Once you’re done with the ride, you can offload the data and sync to your computer or app.
Because OMATA One is designed for the outdoors, you don’t have to fear about getting it wet. In fact, it can withstand dust and water and is made using tough high-quality materials. The case and mount are made from Plancast Plus 5083 Aluminum and bezel from PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone). This plastic material works great when combined with mechanical parts.
When used actively, the battery can last up to 24 hours and can be charged with a standard USB-C port. Not to forget that mounting it to your bike is very easy. OMATA One comes in two colors — white and gray and you can get it in both kph and mph. It’s currently being funded on Kickstarter and will continue for the next two weeks. The campaign has been a success, so if you like what you see, there’s still time to get yours. watch video below
Don’t forget to check out this video and learn the OMATA One story.
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