Topeak Ridecase Powerpack For iPhone 5 Back In Stock At HRWC

June 15, 2013

The new Topeak Ridecase Powerpack boosts iPhone 5′s battery by 300% for cycling applications and is back in stock at the Heart Rate Watch Company.

Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) June 15, 2013

The Topeak Ridecase Powerpack for iPhone 5 is now back in stock and available for delivery at Heart Rate Watch Company.

The iPhone 5 Cycling Solution

“If iPhone 5 has a weakness, it is battery life and especially in GPS mode for cycling”, says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, “The Topeak Ridecase Powerpack is 5200 mAh and triples iPhone 5′s battery life all while hiding away mounted underneath the stem of your bike.”

Most of the competition mounts the batteries on the stem where they raise the height of the iPhone and are in the way, which is not ideal according to Squire. “The Topeak Ridecase Powerpack is secured against a rubber bumper under the stem so it is out of the way and has a cord that plugs directly into the Topeak Ridecase,” says Squire.

Power Up

For longer rides of two to five hours or more, the Topeak Powerpack is the only real solution. “You really need this even if you aren’t using GPS because an iPhone 5 with slight battery drain running an app doesn’t last a long time either,” says Squire.

“If you are serious about using iPhone 5 as a fully functional bike computer then this battery is the single most important piece of equipment because no power, means no data,” says Squire.

The Heart Rate Watch Company sells a complete iPhone 5 GPS bike computer bundle that includes the Topeak Ridecase, Panobike Bluetooth speed and cadence sensor, Panobike Bluetooth heart rate monitor and the Powerpack. “We do this because it represents the complete solution for someone trying to turn their iPhone 5 into a kicking bike computer,” says Squire.

Squire can be reached on the company’s national toll-free line at 866-586-7129.

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