IT LOOKS BACK WHILE YOU RIDE AHEAD
This rearview radar with camera and tail light continuously records your ride1. Plus, it detects vehicles approaching from behind and displays on your compatible Garmin device.
The built-in camera continuously records and automatically saves footage if it detects an incident.
Reliable rearview radar lets you ride like you know what’s coming.
Control the camera right from your Garmin device, and access footage via the Varia™ smartphone app.
This compact device is easy to mount and fits most bikes
Flex camera and tail light settings to maximise battery life.
Get up to 6 hours of battery life with radar, tail light in day flash and camera recording
The integrated camera records what’s behind you at up to 1080p/30 fps. So you can ride with peace of mind, knowing you’ll capture clear footage if anything out of the ordinary is detected.
DESIGNED FOR LIFE AND STYLE
Interchangeable bands provide user-friendly designs, making band replacements easy, convenient and perfect for your unique style.
WORKS WITH THE VARIA APP
Use this smartphone app to easily access your footage, transfer videos or customise camera settings such as data overlays.
Varia™ RCT715 has rearview radar that provides visual and audible alerts for vehicles approaching from behind up to 140 metres away.
MULTIPLE PAIRING OPTIONS
Pair and control the built-in camera with your Edge® bike computer or compatible smartphone as well as select Garmin wearables.
THIRD-PARTY APP COMPATIBLE
When used with a compatible smartphone, Varia™ RCT715 integrates with your favourite apps, such as Ride with GPS and more, to overlay your maps with rearview radar alerts.
Alert motorists to your presence as soon as possible with daylight visibility up to 1 mile.
Easily mount this sleek, compact device on the seatpost of almost any bicycle. The vertical design allows for leg clearance and a perfectly comfortable ride.
Stay powered for your longer rides with up to 4 hours of battery life with radar and tail light on solid high or night flash, 5 hours on solid low and and 6 hours on day flash — all with camera recording at 1080p.