Cycle at night with 360 degrees visibility with the FLECTR 360 OMNI

Cycle at night with 360 degrees visibility with the FLECTR 360 OMNI

The next generation bike reflector is here! The FLECTR 360 OMNI provides cyclists with 360 degrees visibility on any type of bike. In fact, the reflector won this year’s Eurobike Award.

Be seen when cycling in the Netherlands

Cycling in the Netherlands comes with its challenges, and what if your lights stop working all of a sudden? That is when FLECTR 360 OMNI comes in. Of course, it is better to use reflectors in combination with bike lights; if you have reflectors, at least cars will be able to see you. A car especially cannot miss the FLECTR 360 OMNI, as it offers 360 degrees of visibility.

The FLECTR 360 OMNI can easily be affixed to your bicycle’s rims and uses microprismatic technology to offer the highest possible reflection from thousands of metalised cube-corner prisms. The design also means that one size fits all, as integrated cutting aids help users to cut the reflectors down to the perfect size for their bike.

Additionally, the reflector won’t drag down your bike wheel, as it weighs just two grams. You can choose the product in either silver or yellow. It also uses non-static lighting patterns and unique 3D conformable film. All in all, a pretty great product for staying safe on the roads and bike paths.

Kickstarter project

FLECTR 360 OMNI is currently a project on Kickstarter. It was launched on July 31 and reached its funding goal within four hours - which says something about its popularity. The Outsider Team, responsible for this super reflector, are based in southern Germany and are outdoors enthusiasts and bikers, as well as product creators.

There are still 19 days to go before the Kickstarter project ends. So, if you fancy having one of these super reflectors on your bike, be quick! Shipping of the product is expected to start on September 25.

Photo source: Outsider Team 

Mina Solanki


Mina Solanki

Completed her Master's degree at the University of Groningen and worked as a translator before joining IamExpat. She loves to read and has a particular interest in Greek mythology. In...

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