Saturday, 10 May 2008

Bicycle turning signals here at last

As featured on BBC Radio 2 and UK Sunday morning TV show, "Something For The Weekend", Bicygnals indicator lights are the very first and only product of their kind. Offering not only reasonably priced, ultra bright front and rear bicycle lights for night time riding, but ALSO front and rear indicating, wirelessly at the push of a single button at the handlebars.

Designed in London, by Gavin Thompson Design, with modern ergonomic lines, the lights detach easily from their bracket, and clip together for easy storage in their own carry bag. There are no wires. No fuss. Installation takes about 5 minutes, and all the tools and batteries needed to get started come with the box.

Bicygnals indicator lights allow the cyclist to signal turns to oncoming and rear traffic, as well as other cyclists, well in advance of a turn, without either riding dangerously with one arm in busy traffic, or fear of an arm signal being missed in the dark.

Bicygnals lights are that rarest of thing in a product - Great Design meets Great Concept meets Modern Technology. The kind of clever simplicity in a product that makes you say, "Now why didn't I think of that?"

Bicygnals indicator lights come with a host of features; flashing or continuous modes, indicator lights only (front or rear lights disabled - so you can use them in the daytime or low light without draining the battery), and a warning when batteries are running low.

See the web page here:

See here for an Australian discount:

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