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FLASH2BSAFE-BICYCLE SAFETY GLOVES

NATURE'S WINDOW

$47.95 

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NOTE: The above video is in German only at this time however it is readily understandable.

FLASH2BSAFE is a new safety hand signaling device for bicycle riders. It is a glove that a rider can wear on its own or over top of their existing glove. When signaling a turn, the rider simply activates the glove and the back of the glove will operate a directional arrow that reinforces the message that the rider is about turn left or right.

Features Include:

Cycling gloves with built-in turn signals

• Sleek, streamlined design. Will fit overtop any pair of gloves or wear them on their own.

• Wearable, durable and machine washable

• Press your thumb to your index finger to activate the LED blinker

• Premium efficiency, 54-lumen LEDs

• Comes with 2 x replaceable CR2032 Lithium Batteries. Replacements can be found at numerous retail locations.

• One size fits all

• Manufacturer’s risk-free 1-year warranty

With so many bicycle/motorists collisions these days we at Nature's Window feel that this is a very important piece of equipment for riders of all ages.

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