RearViz wrist mounted mirror for bikes is one simple solution to road safety

RearViz Mirrors

It’s not a surprising statistic that bicycle riders are one of the most accident prone people on the road and have little safety when it comes to busy city streets. And most of the accidents happen when a cyclist is hit from behind when taking turns or slowing down. To counter this dismal situation Rearviz has introduced a wrist mounted convex mirror accessory that will be shown off at Cycle Show in Birmingham, UK on 26 September. The USP of this accessory is that it allows the user to see what’s coming up from behind and when it is not in use it automatically collapses into a wristwatch like base. To be precise RearViz is a stylish new rear view mirror that comes in a removable arm band kit with rotatable, collapsible, convex mirror.

RearViz Mirrors

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Runaway Bay, QLD, Australia (August 19, 2013) – Developed on the roads of Gold Coast, Australia, RearViz is an innovation of Ray Crane, avid cyclist and safety enthusiast to solve the problems of other rear view mirrors, and building in customization and style.

The patent pending RearViz mirror features a weather resistant, collapsible convex mirror, which mounts on either the forearm or upper arm for comfort and ease of visibility. A comfortable, adjustable armband keeps the mirror securely in place. Designed for the commuter, the athlete or the weekend adventurer, RearViz is portable, shatterproof and most of all, safe.

Crane identified a need for a cycling rear view mirror that wouldn’t break/snap easily, eliminated vibration from the road, and features a good size mirror for clear vision. Crane also wanted something temporary and stylish – no hanging off your helmet or bike handles.

Ergonomically designed and adjustable to fit any arm size and arm positioning, RearViz allows a range of rear view angles and perspectives for the best possible view and the safest possible ride. The position of the mirror can be adjusted to almost any position through a secure, yet easy to use swivel. Arm-mounted positioning allows the user the widest range of rear vision on either side of the body. Unlike conventional mirrors, RearViz is lightweight, stylish and practical, so regardless what bike you ride, RearViz is easy, safe and portable.

Interchangeable accessories in five colors allow for customization and individuality.

Available in two styles. Accessories and replacement parts also available.

RearViz – CLASSIC

The CLASSIC RearViz combines the best in safety and comfort. Designed for the avid cyclist and athlete, the CLASSIC is designed with high quality, weather resistant materials, an Identification Pouch inside the armband, which holds medical information and ‘In Case of Emergency’ details.
• Large Convex mirror for greater peripheral vision
• 5 year UV Resistant Plastic Materials
• RearViz Mirror Unit (one size fits all)
• Medical ID Tag in Identification Pouch
• High quality, adjustable neoprene armband for comfort
• Available in 2 armband lengths: short for forearm / long for upper arm
• Interchangeable disc insert available in 5 colors: Blue, green, purple, orange & black. Colors sold individually.

MSRP: $39.99 AUD / approx. $37.50 USD

RearViz – STANDARD

The STANDARD RearViz is the basic version of the arm mounted, fully adjustable rear view mirror unit. Designed for the everyday cyclist, this portable safety feature is comfortable and wide range.

• Large Convex mirror for greater peripheral vision
• RearViz Mirror Unit (one size fits all)
• High quality, adjustable neoprene armband for comfort
• Available in 2 armband lengths: short for forearm / long for upper arm
• Interchangeable disc insert available in 5 colors: Blue, green, purple, orange & black. Colors sold individually.

MSRP: $24.99 AUD / approx. $23.50 USD

 

Gaurav

Hailing from the northern region of India, Gaurav Sood has a profound liking for everything upbeat in the cloud and a vision to acquaint geek readers with the latest technology news. Having Master’s degree in information technology, along with the associative writing skills to shape up technology related content on latest innovations make him a crisp writer. Gaurav likes to observe nature, write thought provoking quotes, travel places, driving cars and play video games when things get too boring. And his food for thought on scrambling up succinct articles on the internet comes from his love for ambient music scores.

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