solos-heads-up-display-for-cyclists-on-kickstarter

Launched at Interbike last year and now the official heads up display of USA Cycling’s Olympic contenders, the Solos micro display and sunglasses combo is now in production and on Kickstarter to let you get one for half off.

Suggested retail will be $500, but the crowdfunding campaign will let you nab one for as little as $250 if you act fast. As of this post, about half of the units available at that price are gone, and they’re halfway to meeting their goal just hours after going live. Check the video and more below…

The unit puts metrics directly in your line of sight with the smallest available display, and also sends all ride data to their app for a post-ride analysis with much more detail. That can also be shared directly with Training Peaks, Strave and MapMyRide.

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In addition to performance data, it’ll show things like navigation, too, making it useful for commuters, too.

Hit up the Kickstarter campaign here for tons more screenshots and images. Supporters should get their Solos in September 2016.

Solos-Wearables.com

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1368439846
5 years ago

I usually don’t like this kind of stuff, but I would like this.

John
John
5 years ago

I ride long miles in the saddle. What I need to see is cadence and 3 sec avg power simultaneously. I don’t care about graphs that may make a compelling sales pitch but aren’t at all useful IRL.

Also, please stop putting the display at the top of the sunglasses, that’s directly in my primary field of vision. Put it at the bottom, where its out of the way (and where I’m already used to checking my Garmin display).

ok1
ok1
5 years ago

Nice lil display, dont bother with mapmyride though, doesn’t work and they’ve refused to update in nearly two years, placeholder app.

Mapmyrun has a less optimal display but actually works and is from the same company

chris
5 years ago

Strave?

bob 88
bob 88
5 years ago

Why not have this as a clip on for your own glasses. Your glasses could be better and you can clip the display off and look less tech dork at the cafe.

ChrisS.
ChrisS.
5 years ago

That’s be costly after the first accidental drop from your helmet at the cafe / terrasse..