Cyclists searching for a cycling computer with added functionality such as GPS, lighting and video camera, may be interested in a new piece of kit created by Refactor Fitness in the form of the RF-1. Check out the promotional video below to learn more about what you can expect from the Refactor Fitness RF-1 bike computer.
The development team at Refactor Fitness has taken to Kickstarter this week, with the aim of raising the $250,000 required to take the RF-1 from concept into production. Early bird pledges are available from $289 or roughly £213, with delivery throughout the United States expected to take place during March 2019.
“The RF-1 is a GPS cycling computer with HD camera and LED lighting system. Multiple devices creating cluttered handlebars, with limited battery life and challenging user interfaces led us to start thinking about a better cycling computer. In order to make the battery as efficient as possible and to maximize the light output, the key is to use highly efficient LEDs. Our LEDs are nearly twice as efficient as the most common LEDs used in the industry. This provides good light output with little enough heat to pack them into a GPS device. The high efficiency also helps with battery life. We are Refactor Fitness. Cyclists, engineers, product designers and dedicated gear geeks.”
For more information, full specifications and a list of all available pledges jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News