CycleWiz brings new iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3 handlebar mounts to dealers

BikeConsole's latest versions in stock now for Samsung Galaxy SIII, iPhone 5 edition arriving in December
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BikeConsole's latest versions in stock now for Samsung Galaxy SIII, iPhone 5 edition arriving in December
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BikeConsole's range of handlebar mounts has been joined by new iterations for the latest generation of smartphones – namely the iPhone 5 and Samsung SIII (3).

As well as fitting the newly sized versions of the popular phones, the new SKUs have been designed with a few tweaks inspired by customer feedback. New features include increased resistance to water, a new mounting system that enables the cases to be locked and held more securely on handlebars, flat backs to fit pockets comfortable, accessible headphones and screens that are touch sensitive.

The Samsung Galaxy SIII (S3) case is ready now, but the iPhone case will be ready mid-December. Both are set to retail at £34.95.

The two iterations join the existing range of BikeConsoles for the iPhone 3 and 4, Samsung S and SII and other Android phones. The BikeConsoles complement the BikeCharge dynamo - allowing users to charge their phone while they ride, PowerPack batteries for recharging in the saddle and BikeTouch gloves so riders can use their phone without removing their gloves.

CycleWiz exclusively distributes BikeConsole, BikeCharge and BikeTouch products in the UK.

Bike dealers looking for more information or wishing to stock the lines should contact CycleWiz's Ewan McGregor on 07595 021958.

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