See Sense Intelligent Bike Light

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Looking to create the perfect light to help bikers be seen, United Kingdom based engineer and bicycle commuter Philip McAleese spent 2 years developing his innovative See Sense.

More than just your average blinking bike light, the See Sense is an intelligent bike light that is completely responsive to your environment, commanding attention in the times when you need it most. The light will flash both brighter and more rapidly in situations like low light areas, approaching headlights, heavy traffic and more. Using advanced sensor technology, the See Sense will make you a hard target to miss on the road, drastically reducing the chances of an accident during night time bicycle commuting. The fact that the device only increases its output when necessary also makes it extremely energy efficient, doing away with the need for a large external battery pack. The See Sense is currently available for pre-order. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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