Market Sees Its First Analog GPS Speedometer

Market Sees Its First Analog GPS Speedometer

Combining the latest technology and classic design, the company debuts the world’s first analog GPS speedometer that displays the information most essential to the activity. Starting with cycling, the OMATA One speedometer employs a GPS computer that records everything the most capable tracking computers do at the highest level of precision. This ensures that cyclists can download their activity data to their preferred training applications or sites. On the outside, the component provides a highly legible and mechanical analog movement that shows speed, distance, ascent, and time.

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