The Apeman Seeker R1 combines a bike rear light, action cam, dashcam and laser lane projections into one unit
Is the Apeman Seeker R1 an essential cycling gear? No, but it sure is a fun accessory to add to your repertoire, especially if you need something similar to a Garmin Varia RCT715 and like versatility. It’s a chunky unit, mind.
Apeman Seeker R1 4K Smart Cycling Camera review TL;DR: Apeman’s unique bike rear light has an actual , fully-functional, removable action camera and plenty of accessories to keep cyclists entertained. It’s a bit costly but you have to pay for versatility, I guess.
When I first read about Apeman’s latest product, the Seeker R1 rear bike light / action camera combo, I thought this was the most ridiculous cycling accessory ever to exist, but it also seemed people liked the idea of integrating a full-sized action camera into a housing unit that provides some visibility to cyclists.
I’ve been riding my road bike with the Apeman Seeker R1 for a few weeks now and I can’t say I didn’t enjoy the experience. This is a bulky bike light, but the fact that I can remove the action cam and use it for whatever I want it to makes Seeker R1 all the more appealing.
The Apeman Seeker R1 is far from being perfect – for one, it’s sizeable – but it’s also a whole lot of fun to use.
Read this Apeman Seeker R1 review to find out more about this peculiar-looking bike light/action cam. […]