“We are ready to achieve what we have roughly worked”.
Verona – April 20, 2017 – WOOLF®, the first wearable technology device for riders and drivers is going to become real in a few months. The first product sendings are scheduled from June 2017.
The waiting is over for many bikers who will get to see their dream come true. Thanks to the reporting of speed cameras and sensitive points through a vibration signal, WOOLF® offers to its users a safer and a comfortable drive.
Eyes wide focused on the road and no more distractions for those who want to enjoy the pleasure of riding.
Considered as “the accessory of the year 2016” according to web users after two crowdfunding campaigns,
and thanks to the invaluable support of hundreds of magazines worldwide, industry experts, bikers and people who believed in the project from the very beginning, the WOOLF® team is ready to announce the launch on the market of the first wearable technology device that increases driving safety by avoiding penalties and fines.
Federico Tognetti, Principal Strategist & Co Founder ensures: “We are ready to achieve what we have roughly worked for during the past year, the first device that guarantees the rider a more relaxed and safe driving at the same time. The device developed by our team signals to the biker through vibration the presence of speed limiters, sensitive zones, dangerous intersections and much more without making him look away from the road thanks to information provided by the best map service in the world. WOOLF® not only allows you to avoid fines but also increases your safety on the road. So get ready bikers, the season is about to begin. ”
If you are an interested user, you can order your own bracelet at the launch price of € 99 (30% off vs retail price) on woolf.bike, getting the chance not only to be among the first owners of the new biker bracelet, but also to receive our free updates forever.
The WOOLF® project can also be found actively on the first European crowdfunding website Ulule ( http://www.ulule.com/woolf/ ), a platform that since its launch in October 2010, reported 16,915 creative and innovative projects of crowdsourcing financed from users in more than 200 countries. The support offered to projects by the Ulule international team it is reflected in the rate of success of 68% of these projects on the platform (a record rate compared to other platforms of crowdfunding).