Omata simplifies the cycling computer with their modern speedometer

Analog and digital merge beautifully in an essential cycling device.
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Called the "world's first analog speedometer," the Omata One is a sleek and essential piece of cycling kit that removes the complicated nature of cycling computers and reinterprets it into a beautiful and modern analog tool. The idea behind their speedometers is to take everything that's unnecessary and instead focus on four core things: speed, distance, ascent, and time. 

For it to accomplish this on the most precise level, they've combined the analog features with a digital engine that they've developed in collaboration with Seiko Precision. The Omata One is currently available for funding on Kickstarter and deliveries are set for February 2017. 

$500, omata.com

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