Saturday, February 26, 2011

iBike Dash turns iPhone into cycling computer


Cycling computers are always useful to keep up the distance you traveled on your bike. The iBike Dash turns your iPhone into such a device and adds some more useful functions. The iBike Dash is made of a water- and dustproof holder that can be attached to the handlebars. It has a built-in speed measuring chip, so the iPhone can display the speed with the help of an app from the appstore. The iPhones gps-functionality is used to display the traveled route. The iBike Dash is also compatible with the iPod touch, but in that case the gps-functionality is missing. The basic version of the iBike Dash costs $200, for more info and more pictures take a look at their website.

27 comments:

  1. haha cool thing! but for $200...? nah

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  2. As much as I dislike apple, they do have some freaking cool apps for their devices. I bike a lot so this would be great for me.

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  3. This is cool, but indeed expensive.

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  4. Pretty cool, if I ever biked for aerobics this would be a handy device.

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  5. I actually seen this before surprisingly. My friend is an avid cyclist and wanted to purchase this.

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  6. Cool! This looks amazing! haha I love gadgets like this!

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  7. Thats looks actually pretty useful

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  8. cycling computer on your fixy bike on your iphone... ehh no thanks ;)

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  9. its an alright idea and its the same price as other cycling computers but if you crashed ur bike, you would lose ur cycling computer, music player, and phone all at the same time? no thanks

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  10. thats cool, but a little expensive

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  11. Wow this is pretty cool and innovative, I like it.

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  12. that's actually pretty sick. perhaps i'll get one.

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  13. very cool but $200 for basic...

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  14. very interesting, I would put it to good use

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  15. ^ haha, perfect for hipsters

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  16. i was like "wowwwwwwwwww" and then price made me do "ohhhhhhhh"

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  17. i hope its not too distracting

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  18. thats a bit steep for me. plus i already have a counter for my trek.

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  19. Very nice tool, a bit expensive though.

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  20. Pretty useful, I'd definitely want one of these if i cycled a lot.

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  21. Fixing my Iphone on my bike would end badly. I'd be too busy playing Angry Birds or something and get smoked by a car.

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  22. now that is probably the most useful application for iPhone I have yet to see!

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  23. That is incredibly useful. Ugh. Wish I had an iPhone now.

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