Visijax is a cycling jacket with built-in LED lights and blinkers

Cyclists can now clearly been seen on the road with the new Visijax – a high visibility jacket with motion sensitive LED signalling lights.

Unveiled at CES in Las Vegas, the Visijax provides added visibility and safety thanks to 23 LED lights placed on the front, back and sleeves.

There are built-in sensors that react to the rider’s motions.

Extending your left arm to signal a turn activates the LED lights on the left sleeve just like a car blinker.

And when you bring your arm down again the indicators turn off automatically.

The Visijax is fully waterproof and breathable and is available in yellow, red and black.

www.visijax.com

* Stephen Fenech travelled to Las Vegas as a guest of LG 

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  • wmh

    Cyclists often need to hang on to the handlebars with BOTH hands, particularly for the long period required to signal right when changing lanes. Trafficators need to be ultra-bright, recognisable (i.e. standardised for all bikes) and operable from the handlebars like a motorbike. Trafficators attached to a jacket or a helmet just won’t cut it.