Analog Soul. Digital DNA.
The OMATA One was designed for the cycling purist, who believes that there is an essential beauty and benefit to cycling: the simple, playful, profound joy of being in the world while sitting on two wheels. For us, cycling isn't about who's first, nor who's fastest. It's something more than data for the sake of data. It's about getting away from the distractions of a world built on algorithms of distraction. Cycling is a time to connect to your body, your thoughts, your soul — and come back better than you were when you started.
THE OMATA ONE
6063 Aluminum Case
The OMATA One is encased in a solid aluminum housing that is reassuringly robust and ready for all conditions.
The OMATA One is ready for wherever you ride.
17+ Hours Battery Life
Our unique high contrast display doesn't just look great, it's also incredibly energy efficient.
The OMATA has an impressive 17+ hours of battery life.
The OMATA records your ride data at the highest level of precision.
GPS data is converted directly into analog movement by the custom mechanical sub-assembly we developed with Seiko Precision Inc.
Share Your Ride
Connect to your OMATA One with our OMATA Utility App, or download your ride data and share it to Strava
Omata uses the industry standard FIT file format, compatible with all of your favorite online fitness services and applications.
A precision sports instrument
The OMATA One was designed, engineered, and tested to operate with technical precision — and mechanical elegance.
Inside every Omata One is a GPS computer that displays and records speed, distance, ascent, and time ridden at the highest level of precision.
What people are saying
“Groundbreaking design marrying simplicity with intelligence, intuitive analog display and digital data collection.”— Hodinkee
“Beautiful analog bike speedometer hides 21st-Century guts.”— WIRED
“The Future of Cycling”— Outdoor Magazine
“The most beautiful bike speedometer on the planet”— Grind TV
Built for demanding conditions
The OMATA One case is made from 6063 Aluminum, making it reassuringly robust.
OMATA One is ready for wherever you ride. Road, Gravel or Mountain.
Data done better
The OMATA One records all the data you need to claim your KOMs, PRs, and goals on Strava.
Data from your rides are stored as standard FIT files, making the OMATA One fully compatible with an existing ecosystem of online fitness services like Strava and Training Peaks, as well as desktop training software.
Love it !!!
I would say thanks for the great service and unique product. Cheers. Thankz. Looking forward with many epic rides with the omata
Well, what can one say about a simple metal ring? It does what is has been made to do. Thumbs up to Omata for choosing the K-Edge bracket to be used with the bike computer.
I have been using my omata for over a year now and love it! I have recently changed bikes and the handle bar is much thinner so not quite sure how to fit the omata mount to the handlebar. I’ll contact support to see if you have recommendations.
Im a car guy. I like analog cars. I don't race, I ride for pleasure. The data provided, is the only data I care to know. If you are a car guy, this is the real deal for our bikes. Being an analog car guy, pushing dials seemed so simple, but boy how awesome it actually is! It is a piece of jewelry, and would recommend to anyone who gives it a look.
Just received my Omata as a Christmas gift have thought about getting one for over a year WOW just opening the box you know your dealing with quality and a precision instrument,cannot wait to put it on the bike.
Thank you to my lovely wife and the guys at cyclefit London.
The legibility and attention to detail is second to none.
The Omata will improve to five stars once the latest firmware update is released.
This bike computer is a joy to have on my rides. As cyclists, we tend to ‘care’ about so many things in our rides - how much power am I putting down, what grade is this climb, etc. - that sometime we don’t appreciate what’s it front of us. What’s great about the Omata computer is that it records all the necessities and keeps my eyes up to enjoy the views. It’s also so cool and unique that it stands out from the boxy computers out there!
I had resisted all the new GPS gadgets simply because just too much distracting info. I had enough with my wrist Polar HR monitor and an old school Cateye. But when I saw the Omata on Silca’s Josh Poertner’s beautiful 51 bike my curiosity was peaked. Once I went to the Omata site it did not take long for me to purchase the white face imperial. The Omata has not disappointed. I am a Porsche fan and I feel I am looking at one of my 911 gauges.It is easy to operate and tells you the data we truly only need. No GPS navigation? I have enough of that driving the car and that is not something I would ever need on a bike. Downloading the ride and sharing to Strava takes about 1 plus minute. The mounts work very well and are super easy to install. Bottom line the Omata is a very unique and beautiful piece of cycling equipment.
Never before, dynamics felt as souverain as this.
Suddenly you won't miss all those extra features - features you never really used anyway. It is like switching from an Apple Watch to the Rolex Daytona.
"Thumbs up" for this highly recommended shortcut back to the analog future...
Into my second season riding with my Omata. Unit has worked flawlessly so far. Great battery life, been through a firmware update, GPS updates and all is fine. One suggestion in the APP, the Ride information should also show the year as well as the Month/Date.
I always wanted and omata and finally got around to it. Cycling in Colombia is challenging and at the same time very rewarding. I got tired of looking at all the data on my ride and wanted to simplify it so that I could watch for traffic and enjoy the view. My new omata has allowed that. I now look up a lot more and enjoy my ride much much more, it definitely improved your cycling experience.
My Omata One has returned my cycling to me.
I no longer worry about how fast I am going but about how much effort I am putting in. I don’t consider BPM anymore but I ask myself “can I push it a little harder?”. I still follow a training plan but I ride according to how I feel, as I did many years ago, before I had a ‘bike computer’. I feel somewhat liberated from the modern society’s expectation that I am always available and contactable. My riding is mine once again.
I love this thing. It’s easy to use. The app is straightforward and simple and the link to Strava is seamless. That said, the app interface has a little bit of an “under development” feel to it, but it works great as-is and being software will no doubt only get better. My only want would be the dark bezel on the MPH unit...but I could have gone metric like the rest of this country should be doing...so no complaints.
Keeps me focused on the road ahead, as promised.
I've been riding with my Omata one kph for about a month now. I love the clean simple style but alsoknowing that behind that awesome dial is all the electronic functionality I need. I solved the one small personal gripe of no time of day by installing a mount for my Liv GX1 which matches perfectly. You guys should get together for a collaboration both being California based!
Can't comment on the app as I have an android phone but have manually uploaded the files to Strava and that works ok. Also hanging out for the firmware upgrade so I can record other ant+ data for later review.
Overall loving the product.
The OMATA One KPH gray is tremendous: precision, perfection, style... I chose the KPH even though I am American and ride in the US and normally accustomed to the imperial use of MPH. I chose KPH because of the numbering / secondary dial positioning plus I like the grey color background that makes it easier to read. The MPH has the some of the numbers cut off by the secondary dials, whereas the KPH has all fully displayed. Although I know imperial, I am accustomed to metric, so not an issue and the ideal number of 30 KPH, equivalent to 18 MPH, is exactly where it needs to be at the top - full speed ahead. I try to be consistent with the equivalent 18 MPH rides and the 30 KPH, although the same speed, provides for greater psychological impact, motivation and achievement. Man, I was doing 30 for the entire ride today...WOW!!! (not worried about the units of measure)
The omata has a gentle turn around the clock hands and good visibility. The gps is well captured and the log record is accurate.
Battery life is good, and I am very satisfied with this speedometer.
But there is one thing that is not good.
The body is so easily returned from the mount.
Be careful when turning the bezel so that the body does not detach from the mount.
As I rotate the bezel every time the body runs away from the mount, I am a little worried that the mount will wear out.
Everything else is a good speedometer. I recommend this speedometer to every rider I meet.
Later, I expect to see a variety of color editions. (Especially, I will be happy if the pink edition comes out)
Just what I needed to extend my analog bicycling with an analog-like (is it an analogue analog device) computer to track all the necessities of my biking. Distance, speed, altitude, attitude. The Omata is a great tool and one of the best bicycling investments I've made. And one of the best Kickstarter projects I've gotten involved in. Highly recommended.
I have had an Omata One KPH for 9 months.
It is a delight to look at and simple to use (I am not a techie).
Charging is quick, over a 5-6' bike ride I may only use approx 50% of the battery.
The mount is sleep, discreet and very sturdy - despite bumpy roads it sits tight. Note if you remove the Omata from its mount mid cycle make sure you do not twist the bevel as you can inadvertently switch it off - grip it by the body.
Calibrating the hands is easy using the phone app and I find it needs to be done every 4-5 rides (I haven't figured out why).
I live in a rural area and it may take a minute or two to find a satellite connection - thus I switch to ride mode as we are preparing to set off.
The display and build quality is first class - the analog display is intuitive to the eye/brain thus not distracting one from watching the road.
I do not download to Strada (personal choice) but the app. has a quirky cumulative total when you connect (fun to see total distance, altitude gained etc...).
I have dropped it onto tarmac once (ouch) but no scratches or dents.
it is not the cheapest device but it is a quality piece and different.
I am very happy with it and it puts the O into the JOY of cycling
Photo is of the Omata in the Church of the Madonna del Chisallo (Italian Patron Saint of Cyclists)
Simple yet bold. Beautiful yet not eye-catching. Humble yet proud. Add yet takeaway. The Omata is a something to covet, to cherish. I like it more that I should.
I bought a second bike, specifically for Gravel Riding. I was a bit dubious about sticking a GPS device on it, but when I came across the Omata, I thought I would give it a try. Smart, Quiet, Clean and mainly out of site. Tried it today on a 42KM run and I absolutely love it.....Great job guys.
I’ve only had the chance to use my Omata One briefly on a local training ride. Set up was easy and mounting the bracket straightforward.
Out riding, the speed and distance was easy to read, and all I need to know and, face it, the Omata One looks really nice!
Downloading was easy, and when uploaded to Strava, all the additional information was uploaded too (maps, average soeed etc).
Very satisfied. Great product.
Love it, and so do my club members, everyone wants one!
After years of riding without a computer I started to hear about this new cycling compuer thing called Omata. I admit that I didnt really get it at first until I heard Rhys talk about what inspired its creation and it really clicked with me. Its a computer that gives you the same kind of info as an automoble in a single glance without having to read a bunch of digital mumbo jumbo, just some hands on a face like a nice chrono. This appeals to me and my sense of simplicity and then there's all the background info that you can access after your ride. The hardest part for me was choosing which model to get, miles (white face) or kilometers (black face).
I'm happy the folks at Omata thought of this as its a great departure from the rest of what's out there in a beautifully realized package that literally requires no set-up time and can be transferred between bikes with different wheel sizes too. So good!
A common bout of excitement I receive when people see the Omata on my bike. The Omata is a piece of art that's functionality brings back the simple joys of riding. I use it on my gravel bike and commuter as a way to disconnect from technology while on the trails or heading into work before a long day of staring at a computer screen.
I have been waiting for a bike computer that looks good and the orange speedo needle is the best! Keep up the great work. Thank you!!!!!
Tolle Idee vom Omata Team. Gelungene Umsetzung, ansprechendes Design und präzise Anzeige. Ein Hingucker am Rennrad!
This product is exactly what I was waiting for a long time ago. I love the simplicity and the clear appearance. Nevertheless, it shows me everything that's interesting to know while cycling. It makes every ride to something special for me ;o)
Sto pedalando da un po di tempo con il mio Omata one e ne sono molto soddisfatto !!! Oggi ancora di più visto che ho avuto il piacere di comunicare per il mio aggiornamento beta direttamente con julian che mi ha supportato in videochiamata !!! Top
Well, I just got my bike back from the shop and installed the mounting bracket which could have a liittle larger circumference to accomodate my MTB bar (as the bar tapers, a nylon or rubber gasket would be better as well-aluminum is better than plastic however). I had previously installed the app an synched with my iPhone. Very accurate and simple allignment of the indicators accomplished easily. Took a spin around the block after acquiring GPS signal in about 2-3 minutes. Great improvement over my busy Garmin interface and far more ergonomic and pleasant to look at. I never use all those data screens anyway. Got back and dismounted, removed the unit promptly dropping it on the concrete garage floor! Not a scratch on the exterior but I had to check..rebooted flawlessly and recorded properly. Elegant design and sturdy construction far outweigh the need for all that clutter on the screen and stuff I never looked at anyway!
After decades of multidata collection on my handlebars (powermeter, heartrate, maximum and average whatever…, you name it), I now enjoy cycling with a beautiful piece of technology that shows me just what I need to know during my ride with high precision and on an analogue display, something one is not used to see any more in today’s gadget world. Julian and Rhys have done a remarkable job setting up Omata with dedicated passion for details and for cycling; they are building a strong community that help them further develop this great cycling instrument. Try it out, join Omata; you will wonder why you didn’t get it earlier!