NEONIGHT EL safety light
|Description||Be seen in a better light
Helmet mounted light set. Mounts to either side of a cycle helmet.
Neonight believe together we can build a future where the number of casualties in no to low light conditions starts to fall. The most important thing for prevention is for vulnerable individuals to always be visible.
Existing lights for vulnerable road users such as cyclists, motorcyclists, runners and dog walkers have one thing in common they are the same colour as other road users and light sources at night, making vulnerable road users difficult to distinguish at night.
To be seen, vulnerable individuals including morning rowers, night time skiers and all vulnerable road users cannot afford to blend into the background. Neonight lights improve your visibility in low to no light conditions with the use of our unique award winning, standout blue, non dazzle, lighting system.
Whilst existing safety systems, such as helmets have reduced the severity of injuries, they have not been effective in reducing the number of fatalities, especially in cycling.
Modern lights have evolved hugely in recent years from increased lumen brightness to flashing functionality, multiple light sources in one light to handlebar mounting.
Handlebar, wheel and vehicle mounted lights illuminate the vehicle, making the vehicle visible to other road users. Lights on the person illuminate the person, making the person visible to other road users.
Our eyes need light to work but discomfort glare occurs when a light source is just too strong for our eyes. It may cause us to screw up or shade our eyes, it can even cause us to close our eyes. Usually our eyes adjust to the new source of light and we are able to see clearly again after a few seconds.
Existing lights have one thing in common they are the same colour as all other road users and light sources at night, their colour is not designed for better mesopic (night time) vision and some strong lights may even cause discomfort glare, making vulnerable road users difficult to distinguish at night.