OMATA One MPH White
OMATA One MPH White
OMATA One GPS Bike Speedometer MPH
The OMATA One GPS Bike Speedometer showing Imperial (MPH / Miles / Feet) units.
OMATA One is a modern cycling computer built around the One, our patented digital-to-analog modern mechanical movement. The OMATA One translates GPS and other sensor data into precision rotary mechanical movement. As you move, it moves. You can see and feel your effort through the physical motion of dial hands.
We believe the analog presentation of your effort is much more in harmony with riding a bike. You push down on your pedals, feel the physical effort of your legs, heart and lungs — and your wheels turn as the OMATA One's Speed hand rises.
Everyone who takes the time to ride with it agrees: it changes the way they ride. Read the reviews down below from your fellow cyclists who really ride with the OMATA One.
The OMATA One comes in two variations: Metric on Gray, and Imperial on White. Above is Imperial on White.
The OMATA One shows five data sets on four digitally controller rotary dial faces: Speed, Distance, Ascent, Time and Battery Level.
With a forthcoming firmware update we will also be able to capture and record data from your ANT+ sensors, like Power, Heart Rate and Cadence.
Our OMATA Utility App (iOS with Android in public beta) allows you to download your rides, review their summary and easily share your rides to 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.
Included in your Box along with the OMATA One is a USB-A to USB-C cable for charging (and as an alternative data transfer mechanism) and a K-Edge Pro Mount for 31.8mm Handlebar with installed OMATA Insert. (Extra OMATA Inserts are available.)
All this started with a drawing. Read more about the OMATA Brand.
Over a year of rides on my Omata and loving it. On rides the speedometer is clearly visible day and night (if headlight is in the vicinity... worked great on a 24 hour bike ride with buddies). Numbers are crisp, oozing craftsmanship and simple elegance in the way a cockpit dial just looks cool. The essentials for a ride are clearly visible (time/distance/speed) and you can relive the ride after you're done, quickly/easily downloading data to your phone in seconds afterwards if you're a Strava hound or just looking to find progress in your training. It would be the complete package if it could communicate with power meter and I eagerly await the firmware update for post ride analysis. If you don't care about power and you're just out there adventuring, I can't think of a downside to this unit. Battery life is reasonable (made it about 17-18 hours out of my 24 hour ride if I was turning it off during feedings/rest and weather stops). It has a heft that speaks to its quality and worked reasonably well on a ride I stashed in my back jersey pocket when I didn't have a mount ready to go. I've ride with it only on roads so cannot speak to its backwoods signal acquisition but haven't had any drops in signal that I can detect and no glitches to speak of. Great product that looks and feels like it should in all its analogishisness.
I expected it to be great.
But it is so much more than great.
The experience starts as you begin to open the box for the first time. Incredibly well presented, though understated. When you handle the unit you know you have quality right there in the palm of your hand.
Once fitted to the bike and you hit the open road...wow...just F...ing Wow!
It just works so well. Just enough analogue data presented to you to keep it simple and enjoyable - watching those needles move. It's subtly motivational.
Then, when the ride is over, the upload/data transfer process is simple and straightforward.
So many positive and admiring comments from friends and strangers when they see it - especially when they see the speed needle moving.
Can't thank you Omata guys enough for bringing an extra level of simple analogue enjoyment to my riding!
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.
It’s analog!!! So just enjoy your ride!! Look up and enjoy the view!
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 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.
Eeps focused on tge road ahead! As promised.
This is my first GPS bicycle computer. I had one of those old analog wheel jobs as a kid that put more drag on the wheel than speed, then I bought a digital non GPS version that used a magnet on the spokes. And I got board with it. My phone has all the tracking one could ask for but the battery only lasts a couple of hours using it as a bicycle computer. What I really wanted was to know how far did I have to go, and how fast was I going in general terms, not down to the 0.1mph, how far did I climb today, in 500ft increments. Not 10ft.... sheesh I can see that this little rise is another 10ft!. Then when I get home I download the mess of data to strava and analyze the heck out of it.... well for now anyway.
Those GPS with a map bike computers are good for route finding, but all of my riding is on local roads that I know like the back of my hand. And the map guys have way too small a screen. I use a big paper map when I'm out touring and watch for the actual road signs to make the turn, which are still up.
Anyway riding at day or night, the dial is easy to see. (I have a head lamp) And keeping myself aware of my surroundings is the joy of riding. One quick glance and I can see how fast I'm going, no need to stare at the dial.
I am a kickstarter backer, and boy did I really have to think hard before I pulled the trigger on this one. It was a lot of money to trust that these guys could pull it off, and they did and I'm so glad I backed them.