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FLY6 720P Camera & Light
REVIEW DATE: 15 Dec, 2014
RRP: $349.90

It's the product that won the Gold medal award at this years Eurobike show, a rear facing 720p HD camera and Ultra bright rear light delivering the rider unsurpassed safety and surveillance.
Running a six hour recording loop in crisp HD the FLY6 has already assisted insurance companies in awarding claims in favour of the user.
Equipped with a tilt switch that cuts off the unit once the bike has been laid over for several minutes any important footage is safe from being recorded over.
Using Nanotechnology the tolerances are so tight that the unit is safe from any wet weather, our demo unit that we put to the test in wet September lived up to the hype.
The designers have thought of every scenario when it comes to fitting with several options / mounting straps / shims included in the neat pack.  Loaded with an 8GB card the FLY6 is ready to go.
Once motorists learn through media that the red light attached to the seatpost is not just a sefety light but also a HD camera recording their behaviour there should be a shift in tolerance toward those on two wheels.
Probably one of the best items to come accross our desk, check them out at a NZ stockist, RRP is right on the money making NZ competitive to any country in the world!  Well done FLY6.

 

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