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Omata One

Omata One is the world´s first analog GPS speedometer, and what a good looking one it is. The sleek kit simplifies the cycling computer, showing you only the stuff that really matters out there: speed, distance, ascent and time. With a beautiful, modern and analog design, the highly advanced GPS computer blends retro accents with distinct contemporary vibes, and tracks everything with the same high-level of precision as the best cycling computers. The minimalist speedometer has an estimated active battery life of 24 hours, and all your data is recorded on the internal memory. Available in gray or white, with a choice of either kph or mph. watch the video below

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2017 VOLVO V90

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