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Sunday 14 July 2013

The Rear View Mirror Cam For Your Bike

A rear view camera for your bike. Just strap the camera firmly under the seat and attach the display to the handlebars. Kind of looks like a GPS navigation system, but in reality you get a view of what’s behind you. Yep, it replaces those silly bicycle rearview mirrors, but you might still want to turn your head and get a good look in critical situations.
Well now, this is just what was missing in our lives. A rear view camera for your bike. Just strap the camera firmly under the seat and attach the display to the handlebars. Kind of looks like a GPS navigation system, but in reality you get a view of what’s behind you. Yep, it replaces those silly bicycle rearview mirrors, but you might still want to turn your head and get a good look in critical situations. The Owl 360 retails for $200. Cool gizmo or total nonsense? 03 more images after the break...


A rear view camera for your bike. Just strap the camera firmly under the seat and attach the display to the handlebars. Kind of looks like a GPS navigation system, but in reality you get a view of what’s behind you. Yep, it replaces those silly bicycle rearview mirrors, but you might still want to turn your head and get a good look in critical situations.

A rear view camera for your bike. Just strap the camera firmly under the seat and attach the display to the handlebars. Kind of looks like a GPS navigation system, but in reality you get a view of what’s behind you. Yep, it replaces those silly bicycle rearview mirrors, but you might still want to turn your head and get a good look in critical situations.

A rear view camera for your bike. Just strap the camera firmly under the seat and attach the display to the handlebars. Kind of looks like a GPS navigation system, but in reality you get a view of what’s behind you. Yep, it replaces those silly bicycle rearview mirrors, but you might still want to turn your head and get a good look in critical situations.