GPSBip is the zero lag vario and solar GPS logger that should be everyone's primary climbing instrument. With the next generation tech in vario mechanisms the GPSBip will revolutionise how you climb. The zero lag instant vario response combines barometric, accelerometer and gyro data sensors combined for the the most intuitive vario. GPS Bip will have you instantly climbing better, and with a built in solar panel it is not a back up but rather the primary vario that everyone should have, which will never let you down. It will never run out of juice, and never stop recording your track. With the touch of a fingertip gives spoken speed and altitude readings. All in the palm of your hand.
Tap twice on the casing to make leGPSBip+ announce altitude, speed, climb rate, flight duration, flight time, which are all customizable.
Thanks to the Instant zero lag Vario Technology, beeps are instantly linked with your senses and make thermalling instantly intuitive. This is next generation instrument technology that raises the bar the first time you take it to the air.
Connect leGPSBip+ to your smartphone, eReader Instrument and a host of other instruments to use them as full competition navigation instruments but with the extra sensitive vario of the GPSBip+
LeGPSBip+ records flight data and automatically lays down IGC and KML tracklog files. After your flight, connect leGPSBip+ to your computer to visualize your flight path easily. NO SOFTWARE REQUIRED.
The New age Minimalist Flight Instrument Solution
Not only is LeGPSBip+ a sensitive vario sensor but also a external solar powered GPS sensor which saves battery life in your phone or flight instrument. This allows smartphone apps like XCTrack, XCSoar or Flyskyhigh to become a primary flight instrument for mapping with an ultra sensitive vario mechanism and not burn battery life. This brings a very powerful yet affordable and minimal instrument solution utilising the power of your smartphone that's already in your pocket and simp;ly adding a solar powered ultra sensitive external sensor.