Sherlock Anti-Theft Bike Tracker

Sep 11, 2017

Category: Tech

Being anxious about whether your bike will be taken is a great way to ruin an afternoon around town or a quiet hour with a book spent in a cafe. Thankfully, there is a new tool designed to set your mind at ease. Introducing the Sherlock Bike Tracker.

This small GPS device is designed to fit into any style of handlebar and connect to a mobile app, allowing you to keep an eye on the location of your bike at any time. If the bike is picked up or moved, Sherlock detects it and immediately notifies you thanks to an accelerometer embedded in the device. If you can’t get back to your steed before it’s snatched, Sherlock tracks its location in real time with the mobile app. Now you don’t have any reason not to commute by bike.

Purchase: $150

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