RonK wrote:Noice mounts.
Wonder if someone has used or bought them,shipping seems expensive though.
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Cheesewheel wrote:Bagket - A multi pocketed vest that you can take off and transform into a shoulder bag.
kx315 wrote:I thought these where a cool concept! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ken ... e?ref=live
Baalzamon wrote:kx315 wrote:I thought these where a cool concept! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ken ... e?ref=live
Now if only they could be recharged via dynamo... Also for the tourer who uses a handlebar bag, the light will be hidden by said handlebar bag
UK-based SATcase has launched a satellite communications device of the same name. The case can transform a standard smartphone into a satellite phone, ensuring that its user can communicate no matter where in the world they are. The device contains a 406 beacon that can help SAR teams locate people quickly and accurately and is also capable of reaching frequencies that can be utilised by SAR teams searching by land, air or sea.
Cheesewheel wrote:You can also read the reviews by the 100 or so people who were given pre-release models to test over several months.
Aushiker wrote:Not sure of the point of this but Bike Rumor has a heads-up on a possible Garmin Edge Touring GPS.
}SkOrPn--7 wrote:I seen this mentioned on BROL and was fitting to be mentioned here. Never seen or heard of it until now so have no idea of how useful it would be to us touring folks I'm yet to read up on it.
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Baalzamon wrote:}SkOrPn--7 wrote:I seen this mentioned on BROL and was fitting to be mentioned here. Never seen or heard of it until now so have no idea of how useful it would be to us touring folks I'm yet to read up on it.
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Nice idea, don't think feasible tho. You need to be turning the pedals all the time to generate power. Going downhill on tour just how many times does one pedal unless there is a headwind of some form..
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