Bisecu Smart Bike Lock Doubles as a Riding Tracker

Bisecu smart bike lock automatically locks your bike based on the distance between your phone and the bike, and it doubles as a riding tracker that monitors your cycling. Cool? Let’s keep checking.

Bisecu Smart Bike Lock Works as Riding Tracker

The Bisecu is an advanced Bluetooth-enabled smart bike lock that measures 3.54 inches diameter by 1.69 inches thick and weighs 350g. As shown in the images, the bike lock sports a lightweight and compact design, and the rounded color-matched, areospace-grade aluminum alloy casing allows it to match the style of any bicycle. Meanwhile, the durable design is precision-engineered weather resistant, and it’s impossible to cut from outside.

Bisecu Smart Bike Lock Works as Riding Tracker

Bisecu smart bike lock wirelessly communicates with your smartphone via Bluetooth, and it measures signal strength in order to automatically lock or unlock your bike based on the distance between the device and you. Furthermore, built-in sensors always monitor your bike. Once detecting unauthorized actions, it will trigger 100db warning alarm and send you theft notification.

Moreover, its connectable mount system allows it to work for an optional cable for more secure parking. The smart lock also doubles as a riding tracker. With 3 precision motion sensors: speedometer, gyroscope and accelerometer, the Bisecu tracks your riding and analyzes your speed, distance, and travel time in real time. Using its custom app, you can check all tracking data on your smartphone. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers up to 6 months of use on a 2-hour full charge.

Bisecu Smart Bike Lock Works as Riding Tracker

The team behind Bisecu is raising fund for the product on Kickstarter. We can pledge $89 to preorder the smart bike lock. If reaching its fund goal, it would be shipped in March 2018.

You may also like these gadgets

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.