The first wireless remote control for your smartphone!

To control your Smartphone during the ride – and at the same time keep it safely in your bag? The multiremote of o-synce makes it possible! 

The multiremote allows you to manage the functions of your smartphone* directly from the handlebar. With it you can answer calls, control your music player or the display panels of compatible apps - while your smartphone is safely kept in your bag or mounted on your handlebar. Zoom-in the map or switch the display panels becomes a cinch. 

The multiremote is a worldwide unique tool for remoting and controlling real time data!

multiremote supports two radio transmission standards. Figuratively put: multiremote ‚speaks’ two ‚languages’: ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart 4.0, formerly known as Bluetooth Low energy (BLE).

For each pairing of multiremote to another device you choose the necessary ‚language’. Via ANT+ multiremote operates navi2coach, coachsmart, Magura’s eLect systems or Garmin’s Edge 1000 series and, with the latest update, also Garmin’s 810 and 510 series as well as Garmin’s Virb Cam. See the manual for the correct radio transmission standard.  

multiremote uses Bluetooth Smart to operate our o-synce mobile app and the Scout app on iPhones from 4S or later. CycleOps, specialist for indoor bikes, also offers an app to operate their devices with our multiremote. More information on CycleOps here.   

PLEASE NOTE: Due to multiremote's versatility you cannot pair it directly to another device without an app.

There is no solution for the iPad, yet. We prepare a solution for Android this year.

The multiremote is available from specialist retailers since May 2014 for EUR 49.90.

* currently compatible Smartphones: iPhone** 4s and later, Android 4.3 and later, iPad** 3 and later.
**iPhone and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc.

Overview

Control the Apps of your Smartphone 

Currently Scout App (MagicMaps) and the o-synce App can be controled by multiremote. Zoom-in the map or switch the display panels, operating of the music player as well as changing the volume are just a few of many functions.

Increased energy efficiency of the Smartphone

Depending on the app, multiremote controls the backlight of smartphones to increase the energy efficiency and the battery runtime. That is not only clever but also sustainable!

Simple operation

The touch screen control of your Smartphone in motion is history. Only three buttons simplify the handling of your smartphone (depending on app) and increases the safety – the cyclist, with hands on handlebar, will be ready to react in any situation.

Weighing only 13 gram, the multiremote is easily fixed to all kinds of handle bars - mountable on left or on the right side of the handlebar.

           

Fits to every aero bar, mountain-bike and road-bike handlebar!

Safekeeping of your Smartphone 

Safely keep your smartphone in your jersey, in your messenger bag or in your backpack, while changing the volume of your sound or switching the song - directly from the handlebar. 

ANT+ Compatibility

Using the ANT+ radio frequency, the multiremote can control theo-synce navi2coach and urbancoach, the Magura eLECT system as well as the Garmin VIRB® Elite Action Camera. 

Flexibility

The user is able to switch between the radio frequencies anytime easily.

Specifications

Dimensions: 48 x 38 x 21 mm (L x W x H)
Weight: 13 g
Water resistance: 1m
Compatibility: ANT+, Bluetooth® 4.0
Radio frequency: 2,4 GHz ANT™, Bluetooth® 4.0
Transmission range: 3m
Operating temperature: -10°C – 60°C
Battery: CR2032 Lithium Battery.
Battery lifetime: up to 100 hours operating
Mounting: Universal on all handlebars
Operation: 3 buttons
Curent compatible Apps: o-synce App, Maps 3D, Scout App



This product is compliant with the ANT+™ Certification. (Visit www.thisisant.com/directory for compatible
products)

In The Box

multiremote

Support

Quick start guide

Mobile app manual coachsmart

Tutorials

  • multiremote with o-synce App
  • multiremote with Scout App

Regulatory information

Frequently asked questions

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