Haiku, a tiny little bike assistant.

Haiku is a small detachable device that you need to put on the handlebar of your bike . It uses Bluetooth to connect to your phone and present you all the information you need, starting with directions. You need to put directions on your phone first in order to get them on Haiku’s deported screen. The device tells you when you need to turn with simple arrows.

If you are riding the bike and get a phone call or a message then Haiku has a few color LEDs on the side which blink when you receive a notification but Haiku still shows directions or stats. If you want to see pending messages, you just wave your hand in front of the device. This way, you can pay attention to the road and read messages at a traffic light for example. Haiku does everything you would expect from a bike assistant. It tracks your speed using your phone’s GPS and uploads your rides to Strava. The Haiku app also works with Apple’s HealthKit and Google Fit.

It is very easy to attach and detach Haiku from your handlebar, letting you keep the small device in your bag when you are not around your bike. Haiku does not have any button or tactile display, which is perfect when it is raining and it’s cold or you are wearing gloves. The battery lasts around 12 hours and you can recharge Haiku with a micro USB cable.


For more information please visit: http: http://www.haiku.bike






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