We did our testing homework and felt this was the best way for our company to go in handling the needs of customers with the iPhone 5
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
The iPhone 5 Bike Computer at the Heart Rate Watch Company includes unique features like panoramic or portrait view and tilt to avoid screen glare.
"We did our testing homework and felt this was the best way for our company to go in handling the needs of customers with the iPhone 5", says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, "The iPhone 5 requires a different case because of size and will only work with Bluetooth Smart compatible cadence sensors and heart rate straps which is why this package makes so much sense".
The Panobike Bluetooth speed and cadence sensor is lower profile than any other Bluetooth Smart speed and cadence sensor on the market today. "We've had several customers call us and tell us this was the only one small enough to fit in their rear triangles with adequate clearance", says Squire.
The Topeak RideCase is the real crown jewel of the kit according to Squire. "The RideCase allows you to view your iPhone 5 in either a panoramic or portrait view, plus it can tip up or down to help reduce screen glare", says Squire. He adds, "No other bike kit for the iPhone 5 allows you to do these functions and it creates a real advantage".
The iPhone 5 Bike Computer also holds another advantage to competitors in its low price. The RideCase, installation hardware, the Panibike Bluetooth Smart speed and cadence sensor and Panobike Bluetooth Smart heart rate monitor only costs $147. "Most competitors’ cost significantly more and don't deliver the breadth of features”, says Squire.
“If you own an iPhone 5 then this is our most highly recommended bike computer kit”, says Squire.