Developed by Stanford student Daniel Haarburger, the HandleBand is a cheap and innovative way to mount your smartphone to your bike. Why would you do this? As Haarburger explains, your phone is a powerful tool, and all of us who bike so far haven’t been able to take full advantage. With the HandleBand, you can use your phone as a bike light, use it for navigation, play music from the speakers, film your ride and much more. It’s permanent or removable, and sturdy either way. It’s also a bottle opener!
It’s far exceeded its goal on its Kickstarter page, but right now can only be pre-ordered there (for $25).
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