What is OMATA? It’s the world’s first analog GPS speedometer. Sounds crazy. Looks crazy. Looks damn good! Check out more details below and back them on Kickstarter if you’re into it!
LOS ANGELES – April 5, 2016 – Combining the latest technology and classic design, OMATA is introducing an entirely new category of GPS speedometers. The company debuts the world’s first analog GPS speedometer that displays the information most essential to the activity in a premium, classic form. Starting with cycling, OMATA introduces the OMATA One speedometer, designed to complement and maintain the purity of the ride as well as look beautiful on the bike.
On the inside of the speedometer is 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 OMATA One has a beautiful, highly legible and mechanical analog movement that shows you the things that matter most on the ride: speed, distance, ascent and time. The company’s first product displays only these four, core pieces of information so the cyclist can focus on what really matters when on the ride: the ride.
OMATA’s founders believe, “Everything about your bike should be as pure, inspiring and beautiful as the ride itself. We are a team of ruthlessly dedicated and committed product makers who believe great design and meaningful products come more from what you leave out, rather than what you add in.”
The founders of OMATA seized an opportunity to provide choice where there was none by creating a modern, technologically advanced speedometer that makes a strong statement on the nature of product design, technology and innovation, as well as establishing a point of view as to the essential character of cycling itself.
The OMATA One speedometer will launch on Kickstarter on April 5th, 2016 with estimated delivery of the first product in February 2017. OMATA One will subsequently be available through omata.com.