Down Low Glow gives your bike extra shine

Neon tube mounted on the bottom frame of your bike throws a pool of light on the ground and sideways.

Down Low Glow
Rock The Bike

It doesn't have a very novel name, but the Down Low Glow does exactly what it states. It's a neon tube mounted on the bottom frame of your bike that throws a pool of light on the ground and sideways. While it makes your ride look like a pimped-out vehicle right at home in the street racing movie 2 Fast 2 Furious, the $109 kit actually keeps you safer on the roads.

Unlike regular LED bike lights that point only to the front or rear, the neon pool marks a circumference of light (almost 10 feet) with all-round visibility, so it gives drivers on the road an indication of how close they can get before their side mirrors clip your handle bars.

According to the maker, it takes a novice less than 10 minutes to set up the DLG for the first time. Halve that for someone experienced. Which also means a burglar needs only five minutes to make off with your new toy. A total of six colors are available, and if you don't feel safe with just one light, you can slap on a pair to pimp it further.

Check out the YouTube demo video, which looks a little eerie if you ask us.

(Via Crave Asia)

 

ARTICLE DISCUSSION

Conversation powered by Livefyre

Don't Miss
Hot Products
Trending on CNET

Hot on CNET

Saving your life at speed and in style

Volvo have been responsible for some of the greatest advancements in car safety. We list off the top ways they've kept you safe today, even if you don't drive one.