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OMATA One Analog GPS Speedometer From Former Nokia Designers And Engineers

Whether you’re riding your bike to work, the nearest brewery or just for exercise, there’s a lot of useful information that you can glean from a bike computer. How fast were you riding? How far did you ride? How long were you riding? What was the elevation? The OMATA One Analog GPS Speedometer can answer all of these questions with an easy to read analog display that’s more reminiscent of an old school supercar gauge than it is the 80s style watch display that you’re used to in a normal bike computer. If the completely revamped, gorgeous exterior isn’t enough, the inside of the OMATA One houses the same high level of precision as the best cycling computers, which can be exported to all your favorite applications. Available in white and gray with kph or mph designations, the OMATA One is the only bike computer that looks and performs well enough to be on your bike.

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