Omata One Analog Speedometer
You’d never know by looking at its analog readouts, but the Omata One Analog Speedometer has a digital heart. This bike computer features an internal GPS and records your ride with precision, displaying speed (in either mph or kph depending on the model), distance, elevation, and time with an interface that’s intuitive and surprisingly familiar, like a fusion of your car’s speedometer and a racing watch. It’s encased in aluminum and attaches to its mount with a clockwise quarter twist turn. And it charges up via a USB-C port, holding enough juice for about 24 hours of active riding time.
Grab one at Kickstarter – $500+