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Bikelane-Laser safety rear light

RRP: $39.99 (You save $10.00)
$29.99
SKU:
SA1101
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0.20 LBS
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Product Description

 Xfire system projects a bike lane onto the road

 

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[XFIRE Team at the InterBike Show in Las Vegas, U.S]

Bike Safety Lighting System - Be Seen & Safe at Night

Super-bright LEDs, longer lasting, brighter bike lane, the bikelane will go some way to tackling two serious causes of cycling fatalities - being caught in the blind spot, or vehicles turning across an unseen cyclist.

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A lot of people won’t ride a bicycle on city streets because they’re scared that a vehicle will run into them. This fear certainly isn’t helped by the many drivers who unknowingly get dangerously close to cyclists while driving alongside them. Xfire’s Bike Lane Safety Light is designed to address that problem by using lasers to project a virtual bike lane on the road around the bike.

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Powered by 2AAA alkalane batteries, the device uses dual 5-milliwatt red lasers to project two lines onto the asphalt, extending back from either side of the bike. While those lines don’t do anything to physically protect the cyclist, they do provide motorists with an attention-getting visual guide as to how much distance they should be keeping. The device also serves as a standard tail light, incorporating five “extremely bright” red LEDs.

True, some people just won’t care about lines on the road, but in many cases drivers simply don’t realize how much space a cyclist requires – this is a way of letting them know, not unlike those side-extending safety flags that some riders use.

 

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Given that all of the supplied photos show the device at use in the dark, it would be good to know how much the projected lines show up in the daylight, when most people are actually out cycling.

 

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- Features -

  • High Visibility Red Lasers.(<5mW)

  • Equipped extreme bright 5 Red LED’s.

  • Bikelane laser makes an instant bikelane for upto 20 hrs.

  • It protects you by creating bikelane for Night Riding.

  • Bikelane will make bicycling Safer at Night.

  • It is clear and vivid even with Headlights and Streetlights. Visible over 1 mile.
  •  Inexpensive ‘AAA’ batteries last more than 20 hours.

  •  Robust universal attachment bracket.

  •  Unbreakable polycarbonate cover.

  •  Tough, Unbreakable L.E.D. lasts a lifetime !(Up to 100,000 hours).

  •  2 switch step - RED rear safety function : push on/off button switch 3 steps - 2 line road function : Steady - Flashing.

  •  Weather & shockproof!

  •  Our bikelane is FDA pending approval product. 

  •  Patent Pending (USA)

  • Bracket included

 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Warranty Information

The Bikelane has 1 year limited waranty against any defective part or craftmanship.
Warranty does not cover damage from accident, abuse, non-xfire authorized modification or normal wear and tear. When under warranty, Xfire will repair or replace the defective components. Xfire is not responsible for shipping costs from the customer to Xfire.

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  1. great product - a couple of faults 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Oct 2013

    Great idea and great product but have had a couple of small problems:
    1. the batteries keep coming loose. I have had to put paper inside to keep them in place. seems the back casing does not push the batteries into place properly.
    2. the mounting mechanism was not very good. The provided nut and bolt did not hold . I had to replace with my own. Not sure if there was a problem with the thread on the said nut or bolt (actually didn't check - just replaced
    am using the light in dark Finland and I have to say it is great. I was told the police might find it illegal though as they are tight with what lights can be used - will wait and see :)