The idea of having a computer attached to your bike sounds as heinous a crime as taking a photo with an iPad, but RFLKT’s new device aims to make boasting about your exercising much easier.
Billed as the first iPhone-powered cycling computer (well, there’s a first time for everything), the RFLKT displays the data from cycling apps you would normally have on your phone.
The computer fixes between the handlebars, and uses Bluetooth to wirelessly pick-up and display data from apps such as Wahoo Fitness or Cyclemeter so you don't have to check your phone while riding You can see your heart rate, speed and scroll through music from your iPhone.
It’s made to be as light as possible – just 57 grams – so it won’t add any unwanted weight to your bike, and it’s discreet enough to avoid looking like an eyesore. Something you can’t say when you see iPads at festivals this summer.