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4iiii to Interface It's Cliiimb Technology with Strava App



4iiii Innovations announces that it’s interfacing their Cliiimb real-time audio and visual feedback technology with the ever popular Strava training app. 

 
 

Cliiiimb is here to fuel Strava fever! Now it’s easier and a lot more fun to catch your friends on the leaderboards and make your personal bests better. Cliiiimb and Cliiiimb Pro give you real-time audio and visual feedback while you’re out on the segment. You’ll know instantly if you need to push harder or if you’re cruising to conquer a KOM.

Simply download the Cliiiimb app and go to the Strava leaderboard to choose a virtual training partner or a personal best to ride or run with.

Cliiiimb and Cliiiimb pro are both ANT+. So that even when you’re not in a segment, Voiiiice and Sportiiii will deliver heart rate, speed/cadence, power, and pace data.

Overview 

The Cliiiimb app asks riders to select a Strava app. Once engaged, the app then relays messages to the rider about when the segment begins, how they are doing against the selected time of another rider or their own PR, and when the segment ends

For any chosen Strava segment, Cliiiimb lets riders race against the posted times of another rider or their own previous personal best. The iPhone app calculates the progress, and the hardware lets riders know where they are in relation to the time being raced.

There are two models, the audio-only Cliiiimb is $129 (£81) and the audio/visual Cliiiimb Pro is $199. 

The Cliiimb Pro adds a series of LED lights at the bottom of a rider’s right sunglass lens. The Cliiiimb Pro goes on sale this Friday, while the entry-level Cliiiimb will not be available until next year.

 

The Cliiiimb Pro attachment gives ‘talks’ to the rider and gives visual signals with the LEDs at the bottom of the sunglass lens

The heart rate strap is an innovative piece of the puzzle, with standalone merit, too.

The Viiiiva is an ANT+/Bluetooth ‘bridge’, which can accept ANT+ information from various components like speed/cadence sensors, power meters and more, then also send out a Bluetooth signal. 

 


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