The Hammerhead detaches from its mount when not in use
The Hammerhead can be mounted on the stem, or on its mount in front of the bars
The Hammerhead also has an integrated headlight
The Hammerhead on its mount
The Hammerhead is a bicycle navigation device that uses LEDs to indicate where riders should turn
The Hammerhead also lets riders know things like how soon a turn is coming up, and how far they are into the trip
It's becoming more and more common for cyclists to find their way around using navigation apps on bike-mounted smartphones ... but it's not a perfect setup. For one thing, those phones get shaken around a lot. Additionally, it's risky for cyclists to keep glancing down at the screen, plus keeping that screen constantly awake uses up a lot of battery life. The Hammerhead offers an alternative. It's a water- and shock-proof bar-mounted device that relays simple navigational cues via easy-to-see LEDs.
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