Haiku is a dashboard computer remade to magnetically fit any handlebar

The Haiku is a bike assistant that upgrades your ride into a GPS-navigated one that also displays smartphone notifications. Built small, durable and simple, it’s perfect for light city bikes and it snaps on and off so you can hide it when you’re bike is parked.

Haiku is neither a powerful device nor the first bike computer ever. GPS systems for bicycles are already available but they are expensive, bulky and designed with rugged, off-road bikes in mind. In contrast, the Haiku is just €70 ($78) and fits a pocket. Aside from GPS, it can also display your messages and alert you when someone is calling.

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