flynnfilms: Hey, if you like this video, check out our new one with BMX rider Alex
http://youtu.be/wP2luLhGd4s It's pretty kickass.
And find more of our videos on my other youtube channel,
flynnfilms: Check out the new endurance demonstration videos of the New Nori Lights v.2
Here's a video that shows how well the pods hold up against water, rain,
And this video shows how water does not affect the stripes
Comment on these and tell me what you think. More videos uploading soon, be
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TheTrueM3ga: In germany that's illegal because you have an additional, non-approved
light :( But that's only like 15€ if the officer is an arsehole and 0€ if
he's intelligent and understands the nessecity
SEQUAJ NI: Very nice. I'd like to have some on my bike. I'm fascinated to see the
totally pimped-out bikes, but that's not for me and mine. This is my speed.
But I'd have to have them in RED !....the drivers where I live CAN'T be
trusted !.......they have to think "Danger" when they see my
lights........so I don't ride at night at the present time.
Sue Sturges: Just bought 3 sets!!!!! Christmas is coming!!!! Thanks for your time and
great thoughts in your invention!
Roel Flores: wow, real nice! great work
treeeeeeeish: I put these on my stationary bike at home, strip down to my underwear while
really drunk and pretend I'm Jeff Bridges.
Kai Boeckmann: I use Norilights on my bike since end of last year. It works great on the
rear wheel, but I haven´t found a proper way of installing the pods on my
suspension fork. The construction doesn´t allow for the pods to get fixed
anywhere there, so that I can point the light to the rim. I have a couple
of ideas how to solve this, but still working on it. Suspension forks are
probably not very common in the USA for an urban bike, but they are in
Germany/EU. Literally any urban or so called trekking bike is equipped with
a suspension fork.
mayur satpute: Just bye cheap photoluminescence tape, and arrange hidden LEDs on them.
Done... 60USD!!! No way.....
Bracken Dawson: Hey, very nice implementation. I'd been looking at Phosphorescent paint to
do this to my Bike because Tron is cool, but I see you got there way ahead
Is there any chance you can do more colours of strips? Like blue, or red.
Partly because Tron, and partly because, strictly, we're not allowed to
show green or blue light on a vehicle in the UK.
tsbrownie: Do the brake pads rub on the glowing rings?
Prince Damian: You'll freak around and get robbed in the hood with a bike like that
BurningMan Mike: Shark Tank
kam ho Tsai: Find Kick Starter!
TzeffNL: I WANT!
(But $60 is out of my budget range!)
Nate Silvers: Deffo gonna buy these soonish, do they come in orange?
Maurice Vande: I like your youtube name Flynn Films
and the wheels are very Tron light cycle like.
S30Uploads: VERY COOL, i want some for my mopeds =D
Antonio Martinez: This and one other solution to lighting wheels are the only real innovative
ways I've seen this achieved, everything else is just battery packs and
Simple, elegant, well done!
Take my money please.
Ccarnage8: Hey! idea.. your on a bike.. find a way to use the mechanical motion of
the bike or chains to turn a small generator to charge a rechargeable
battery system.. or small generator..
Jared Hayter: Blacklight + glow in the dark paint = very clever
KingCat LXIX: Does this work with pad brakes as well as disk brakes. I was thinking the
pad brakes would rub and damage the luminous tape around the rim.
WhiteTiger021: Chris, I am a business man myself, in fact, I would consider investing in
this product if it were a little better and more universal, however, I DO
have some advice because I REALLY want you to succeed. I hope you listen to
me because I believe this advice I am about to give you will improve your
#1 - Make your videos / annotations click-able... right now, they are not.
# 2 - Make a second video explaining how it can withstand the weather and
answer many other questions *everyone* is asking over and over.
# 3 - Make this product have a reflector sticker as well so they can place
this over their reflector. I noticed the rims show no sign of motion and at
first it doesn't look like your really moving, however, having a moving
reflector inside of a solid glowing ring... now THAT is truly eye catching.
Lets face it, reflectors don't work AT ALL.
#4 - *Dun dun dun DUN* Make the ring bigger so it is designed to attack to
the actual tire of the wheel and have the light shining on the tire since
the bars not only go past the rims, but the tires as well. Now *ANYONE*
regardless of what type of bike they have, can use this product. By putting
them on the rim (even though it's metal and not rubber) you will ensure
people can use breaks with them, you can send them to bike companies and
ask if they will sell your product. One common thing people do is give
their product to a company for free, and only ask for a % *IF* they sell a
unit, this way the bike shop will feel they have nothing to loose.
#5 - Consider having an alternating red/white pattern, maybe 1/4th red,
1/4th white, 1/4th red, 1/4th white, or maybe even solid red and solid
white where people can decide what they want to do. Having the red in back
and white in front seems to catch people's attention, if that looks tacky,
at least having red and white will look more "safe" in addition to having
perfectly sized ones for the reflectors... I think you'll go far.
Like I said, I am a business man myself and have studied marketing for
quite a few years and I know how to boost product sales and all that other
mumbo jumbo so I *reeeally* hope you take my advice because in my heart of
hearts I believe this is a true winner.
Jenova Izq: Awesome video will definitely will share hope you reach your goal is a
clever and hot invention.
Riley Conway: I guess you never met that 5th goal....
Max Mustermann: The dog at the end is like "Whatever..." ROFL
Tara Payne: how do you deal with the brakes creating friction on the tape? wouldn't
that make the tape come off?
steve miner240: Awesome video
logan glover: really cool idea want to buy
Chris Benedict: Hey man, great job I tip my hat to you. I was reading some of the comments
you get and great replies to some really stupid or maybe I should say ill
informed people. What's happened to people of planet earth? I like what you
have come up with and a product I'm going to look into for my family.
"Cheers mate" I'm out see ya!!!
Jason Melanson: now find a way to recharge the batteries with the turning of the bike
Tim Lewis: Do you ship to the UK?
Kim Koldtoft: Looks awsome > saves lives
Sunny Chinns: Thanks For Your Ideas Thanku very much
Marcus Östlin: I want this for my motorbike!
2002ZRX1200R: This would awesome adapted to a motorcycle
Lanz Z: That was great . . .
Sean Long: These interest me for my recumbent Trike.
Austin Dovel: Love the name... Your TRON lights Mr. Flyn
CookiefreakLa: What is that tape called?
Eli Merkle: best idea on youtube
thananut kulwongvorapat: feel like Tron
wanapaint: Could I put this on my sport bike ?
Mohammad Imran: Will it work at rainy day?
DoubleDose: This guy needs to get on Shark Tank
illmtoloko: great idea! no needed to light all the whell... but bit by bit, you are
Chamuditha Kekulandara: i want one