Woolf has just released a couple of new products which are capable of warning motorcyclists about speed cameras up ahead.
There’s a Woolf bracelet that vibrates to warn riders about potential hazards up ahead (fixed speed cameras, traffic light cameras etc.). It connects to an app to make use of a database of over 120,000 reporting points in 70 countries. It doesn’t need a constant internet connection, there are no subscription fees, and it’s supposedly capable of lasting over a month on a single charge.
In addition to the bracelet, Woolf has also proposed a new connected key ring which works in much the same way. Put the key ring in your pocket, and it’ll vibrate to warn you of approaching hazards. Clever right?
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Pricing is around £135, so it’s not exactly a cheap bit of kit – but considering the amount of cash you could save on speeding tickets; it could be a pretty sound investment. For more information on Woolf’s wearable tech, click HERE.