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HALO - LED SPORT BELT - HaloBelt.com

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Published on Jun 15, 2012

Website: http://halobelt.com/

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HALO was designed originally as an LED sport belt that can be used on a daily basis. "We wanted to create world's first multi-purpose illuminating LED safety belt that also looks good. The great thing about HALO is it looks like a ordinary everyday belt." - Vincent Ng (Founder)

Description
Cycling - More often than not, bike lights are stolen off the bicycle itself and reflectors only show visibility when a light source is projected onto it. However, with the HALO, LED lighting emits through fiber optics utilizing a greater surface area of visibility. The HALO creates illumination with a simple design and it always stays on the owner because it acts as an ordinary belt.

However, the HALO isn't only limited to biking. The HALO can be used in a variety of different ways, from changing a tire on the side of the road, jogging at night, crossing the street, or even as a fashion statement at parties/raves it's overall purpose is for visibility. It can also be used as marketing promotions for different companies or sports teams.

Spread the word about HALO, share the video, and together we will make everyday safety a click away.

General Information
The HALO is powered by LEDs that emits lighting through a thermoplastic polyurethane fiber optic. The TPU fiber optic is then in-housed in premium polyester and nylon structuring.

The HALO is powered by nickel lithium batteries that last up to 300 hours depending on the flash mode.

HALO is going to be available in four colors; red, green, blue, and pink. There is also three light modes; strobe, flash, and solid.

Cyclist in the video: John Park

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