For those who love to bike and explore new routes comes the Hammerhead! The device will guide you to the safest abad most enjoyable bike routes around, with info coming to you via the corner of your eye. There’s no need to look down at your phone for routes so you can keep your eyes safely on the road ahead of you. There’s no distractions since the device features cues and signals like those used by racecar drivers or fighter pilots. It works well in all light and weather conditions, and you can even customize the light array within our app to suit your preferences.
You’ll be able to create great routes and also share them with friends and other biking enthusiasts with the innovative app that comes with it. The app also allows you to discover great bike rides based on your preferences like hills, distance, scenery or difficulty. The Hammerhead will guide you through the route seamlessly with safe, simple, and intuitive turn-by-turn instructions that are easy to follow. And as fans of Strava, MapMyRide and some of the other biking apps out there, you’ll also get turn-by-turn navigation from the routes and segments that you want to ride from your favorite app. But besides providing you with bike route options, the Hammerhead also can track your start, end goal speed for each moment in a segment and how far off it you might be. For those who like to go off-road biking, the device will also guide you through the wilderness with its internal compass and unique red dot pursuit, all with the same simple turn-by-turn instructions with traditional road routes. The device itself has the latest iPo technology to ensure the Hammerhead will last for over 20 hours before recharging via micro USB, while your smartphone will run for over 5 hours while working with the app. You can pre-order the Hammerhead for $85 with delivery taking place in June 2014.
Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.