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ughlah 1 year ago
wouldn't this effect only work in a small range of speed?
Still a very nice innovation.
pogworm 1 year ago
Looks cool but I think unless side on, a standard led bike light is safer.
irishgek 1 year ago
And illegal in most EU countries! For good reasons , there confusing to car drivers , there utterly useless , just use a good light and wear a high vis vest and not look like a prat with more money than brains
cyberdevil 1 year ago
Nice. There's something similar sold for cars, without the blinking though, looks like TRON.
dariodexter 1 year ago
#1 I pretty sure it works on any speed
moese 1 year ago
too cool to be useful
Eddygmail 1 year ago
They should make this for bikes in the future so we well be allowed to ride bikes at night.
Gorf 1 year ago
#3 Riding at night without any lights at all is also illegal, but it doesn't stop people from doing it. Better to have these lights, than none at all.
biggie21 1 year ago
looks dodgy to me id rather get a decent front light good back light and a decent reflective jacket ,,, still good though
Granko 1 year ago
Nobody curious how it knows where it's front and where's rear?
Strike4rc 1 year ago
#9 front and rear lights show really well. More information and front/rear views can be found here http://revolights.com/ although I would only use to supplement a good front & rear light combo.
Shadowen 1 year ago
#10 From the website: "A small, fork-mounted magnet and an integrated accelerometer provide speed and orientation data to the rings."
1 year ago
848 x 480 px
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