A cool bike device was launched this week that we are sure that you will be interested in if you bike a lot.

Called Beeline, it is an interesting way of bringing GPS to your bike, pointing to your destination like a compass, instead of providing a direct route.

This allows the rider to devise their own route and possibly enjoy their time biking a little more. The problem with this might be that you might end up making some wrong decisions as to the roads that you travel on, however, if you prefer a more laid back way of getting directions then Beeline might be the thing for you.

The device is also water resistant and features a backlit e-paper screen and a battery that is said to last for around four weeks.

It was launched on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform back in October 2015 and will be shipping to the people who backed it later this month.

If you weren’t one of those backs, you can also order it today for £99.

But before you do, check out the video below for a quick look.

You can also hit up the following source link to find out more and to order the Beeline.

Source: Beeline

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