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Vanmoof Smartbike Comes with Anti-Theft Parts and Tracking Feature

VanMoof SmartBike, the company claims that this project is the smartest thing on wheels, it’s not your ordinary bike. Thieves won’t be able to steal your bike, VanMoof guarantees it. Can you find which company that believes in its product would be willing to give you the same promise?

VanMoof SmartBike comes with anti-theft parts and tracking feature, it would terrify all bike thieves. Even when a thief is super brilliant to get all past that, the company promises that they will get your stolen bike back in 2 weeks, otherwise, you’ll be given a new bike. It’s part of VanMoof Peace of Mind Service, this warranty is free of charge for the first 2 years. This is the ultimate city bike, instead of getting rustier with time, this bike would get smarter. It is jam-packed with technology inside the frame, you can download a special app where you can unlock the bike with a touch of a finger, no more key.

Designer : Vanmoof

Vanmoof Smartbike with Anti-Theft Parts

Vanmoof Smartbike with Anti-Theft Parts

The essential parts that bike thieves love are protected with anti-theft nuts and screws. The bike is also equipped with GSM and Bluetooth tracking, allowing VanMoof to track the bike for you when it’s stolen.

Vanmoof Smartbike with Anti-Theft Parts

Vanmoof Smartbike with Anti-Theft Parts

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