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O-Synce ANT+ Wireless Lap Button

This is one of those silly simple things that just makes SO much sense.  Especially for mountain bikers.  This tiny little button can be mounted right on your handlebars (you know, near you’re hands), and you can control the unit (lap/start/stop/navigate/etc…) right from the little button.  Technically, there’s no reason other ANT+ units couldn’t update their firmware to support it, since it just uses a standard ANT+ device profile.  Love it.

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O-Synce ANT+ Wireless Lap Button

This is one of those silly simple things that just makes SO much sense.  Especially for mountain bikers.  This tiny little button can be mounted right on your handlebars (you know, near you’re hands), and you can control the unit (lap/start/stop/navigate/etc…) right from the little button.  Technically, there’s no reason other ANT+ units couldn’t update their firmware to support it, since it just uses a standard ANT+ device profile.  Love it.

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O-Synce ANT+ Wireless Lap Button

This is one of those silly simple things that just makes SO much sense.  Especially for mountain bikers.  This tiny little button can be mounted right on your handlebars (you know, near you’re hands), and you can control the unit (lap/start/stop/navigate/etc…) right from the little button.  Technically, there’s no reason other ANT+ units couldn’t update their firmware to support it, since it just uses a standard ANT+ device profile.  Love it.

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O-Synce ANT+ Wireless Lap Button

This is one of those silly simple things that just makes SO much sense.  Especially for mountain bikers.  This tiny little button can be mounted right on your handlebars (you know, near you’re hands), and you can control the unit (lap/start/stop/navigate/etc…) right from the little button.  Technically, there’s no reason other ANT+ units couldn’t update their firmware to support it, since it just uses a standard ANT+ device profile.  Love it.

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O-Synce ANT+ Wireless Lap Button

This is one of those silly simple things that just makes SO much sense.  Especially for mountain bikers.  This tiny little button can be mounted right on your handlebars (you know, near you’re hands), and you can control the unit (lap/start/stop/navigate/etc…) right from the little button.  Technically, there’s no reason other ANT+ units couldn’t update their firmware to support it, since it just uses a standard ANT+ device profile.  Love it.

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O-Synce ANT+ Wireless Lap Button

This is one of those silly simple things that just makes SO much sense.  Especially for mountain bikers.  This tiny little button can be mounted right on your handlebars (you know, near you’re hands), and you can control the unit (lap/start/stop/navigate/etc…) right from the little button.  Technically, there’s no reason other ANT+ units couldn’t update their firmware to support it, since it just uses a standard ANT+ device profile.  Love it.

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  1. Steve

    Hi Ray,

    Do you know what the price will be and when this might be available for purchase?
    Also, can it be bought by itself or will it only be available with O-Synce computers as a bundle type of thing?

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