The OMATA One is the world's first digital cycling computer with a unique, compelling analog movement. It was designed to be as simple as possible to use, while still providing cyclists with a rich set of data from their ride. Simplicity, robustness, restrained design — without restraining what we expect from a digital device.
The OMATA One is encased in an aluminum housing that is reassuringly robust. It has a rotating bezel used for switching modes, USB-C for charging and BLE/ANT+ for pairing to external sensors such as Power, Heart Rate and Cadence with a future firmware update, expected by Christmas 2018.
A Modern Mechanical Movement
At the heart of every OMATA One is a custom movement developed with SEIKO Precision Instruments. Sitting on top of the PCB are four SEIKO stepper motors - developed for auto-focus lenses - that translate the digital data of your ride into analog movement of the hands.
Drop Dead Simple User Interface
There are no lists or menus on an OMATA One. An indexed bezel is all that's needed. A clockwise ration to the RIDE mode initiates the GPS fix, which once established is ready to ride. At the end of a ride, a counter-clockwise rotation back to STOP does what it says, and concludes the session data for that ride. To sync and upload your ride data with our Utility App, a turn to Connect establishes a BT connection with your phone. It's as simple as that.
The OMATA One Utility App
The OMATA One functions perfectly well without the need for a companion app. However, we like data too, we're also occasionally a little bit competitive, so we've built a Utility App. Our App allows you to pull your ride data off your OMATA One and review it, upload the rides to STRAVA and also if needed, re-calibrate the hands.
There's just three simple pages to our App: 1. OVERVIEW which shows the cumulative data and current state of your OMATA (eg battery level etc); 2. RIDES which shows the individual rides and allows you to upload to Strava 3. SETTINGS.
When we needed a mount for OMATA we partnered with the best K-Edge. Not only are their mounts the best made but are used by the best riders and racers. We designed a custom OMATA insert that fits the full range of K-Edge mounts. Which means, you can attach an OMATA to whatever bike or handlebar you ride.
OMATA One Specifications
Measurement Units: Metric or Imperial
Dimensions: Diameter 62.70mm Thickness 17.2mm (20.5mm including mount interface) Weight: 79g Bezel: POM (Acetal Polyoxymethylene) Housing: Plancast Plus 6063 Aluminum GPS: 72-channel GPS/ SBAS/ QZSS/ GLONASS/ BeiDou Storage: 4GB
Movement: OMATA and Seiko Precision Inc.
Other Sensors: ANT+, BLE, 3-axis Accelerometer, Barometric Pressure Sensor, Temperature Sensor Font: OMATA Custom numeral font created to optimize readability while riding Ingress Protection: TBD Data Displayed: Speed (0-65 MPH / 0-120 KPH); Total distance (1 revolution = 100mi / 100km); Vertical ascent (1 revolution =10,000ft / 4,000m); Total ride time (Hours)