KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light
 
KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light
nov 16, 2012

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

‘iFlash one’ bike light by KiBiSiimages courtesy of KiBiSi 

 

 

accommodating modern day lifestyle on the go, the ‘iFlash one‘ by danish interdisciplinary studio KiBiSi is a bike light created for intuitive use and simplyfied storage. the two-part accessory uses magnets for easy fastening, where it effortlessly clicks onto a magnetic base which is permanently fixed to a bikes handlebar or seat post. once the secondary attachment is connected, the light turns on automatically. when not in use, the magnets become two as the front and rear unit merge into one piece for portability.

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

rear light powered and magnetically connected

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

iFlash components

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

iFlash front and rear lights magnetically connected

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

asseembly & parts

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

rear light installation

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

rear magnet

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

attaching light to rear magnet

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

product context varietyimage © iFlash one

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike lightproduct detail

image © iFlash one

 

 

KiBiSi: iFlash one bike light

assembly animation

  • Are they available in the USA?

    Brian Kressin
  • Hi

    me too! me too!
    i’d like to buy and maybe import for FRANCE
    please reply
    rgds

    ARESTEN
  • I would like to buy one. Are they available in the USA?

    Brian Kressin
  • Hello, i’m interest in this products. Where can i buy them? I’m located in Italy. Best regards Roberta

    roberta
  • Hi,
    I live in Melbourne Australia and would love a IFlash for my bike. Where can I buy one from.

    Regards
    Jayne Kent

    Jayne Kent
  • Hello,

    i would like to know how can i buy IFlash bike light.
    now i lived in Czech Republic.

    Thank you
    kamolwan

    kamolwan
  • Great idea.. Kudos.

    Jim

    JimCan
  • Ha,ve you considered the great benefit that would be derived with using your product for people who are disabled and require the use of a wheelchair , either manual or powered , to get around ( as I do ) . It would certainly make it much easier to see and to be seen thus making it much safer . Here’s hoping to see that campaign soon

    Gordon Collin
  • Have you considered how useful they would be for people with a disability ( such as myself ) who require the use of a wheelchair ; whether powered or manual . It would allow them to see better and to be seen better also I think you’d be missing a large potential market if you didn’t target them in any advertising campaign . Here’s hoping to see that campaign soon .

    Gordon Collin
  • Hello,

    I’m interested in this products.
    Where can I buy them ?
    I’m located in Belgium
    regards
    Paul

    Paul Beeckmans

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