Cyclist, you would love to know that, now, there’s an analog GPS speedometer you can attach onto your bike, Omata One. It’s an advanced GPS computer that is capable to display data that you need in cool, modern analog design. The analog face makes it easier to read while in motion, the design was carefully crafted to complement your bike.
This device would show essential ride data in an analog form based on the science that analog dials would reduce cognitive load. In this way, all data would be easier to read at a glance while you can still focus on enjoying the ride. Omata One provides 4 metrics: speed, distance, ascent, and time.
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Inside, Omata One tracks everything with high level of precision just like best cycling computers. All your riding data can be exported via USB-C to Strava, or the application of your choice. The internal memory keeps record all data and converts them into analog movement thanks to custom mechanical sub-assembly developed by Seiko Precision Inc. The GPS accuracy is pretty exceptional, and additional benefit by using analog that the battery can active up to 24 hours.
Since this device intended to be used outdoors, it is designed to withstand dust, water, and any other harsh environment factors. The case of Omata One is made from Plancast Plus 5083 Aluminum, while the functional bezel is made from PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone). Every detail has been designed for enhanced legibility whilst in motion.