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4iii launches $600 smart trainer at Eurobike

Published September 4, 2019

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — 4iiii, which bought the STAC stationary trainer brand earlier this year, is unveiling its first smart trainer at Eurobike this week. 

The Fliiiight trainer is a product of the partnership of 4iiii and STAC, featuring STAC's zero-contact induction resistance technology, which promises no tire wear and reduced noise. 

"We promised the market disruptive innovation when we acquired STAC Performance and now we're delivering on that commitment, with a new brand, a fresh product design, and revolutionary engineering enhancements," said Kip Fyfe, CEO of 4iiii.

"Fliiiight is the culmination of what we had initially envisioned with the trainer experience: silent and lightweight, industry-leading ease of setup, and a complete training experience on any platform," said Andrew Buckrell, the creator of the STAC Zero trainer and 4iiii's Technical Director.

The Fliiiight works with popular training software such as Zwift and TrainerRoad and complement's 4iiii other products which include heart monitors and power meters. It will be available next month. At Eurobike the company is at B3 - 209. 

Topics associated with this article: Eurobike

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