GTAgamesfans: That's nice, but a Wheel Light(Those one which you could install on to
replace your Air Caps.) would've worked just as well.
Max Mustermann: No breaks?
Nera Maglia: very nice.
but you should light on F:White R:Red.
DoubleDose: This guy needs to get on Shark Tank
Ett Aljtr: Nori Lights is a scam. Read:
He didn't even come up with the concept. I will post video to prove!!!
Dylan Melgar: That is amazing!
Calvin C: Even the first time selling, white people sell it 50 times more than the
tro7e: dayum, true your wheel ;p
smutpow: You need to find an alternative location for the phosphorous band to reach
more cyclists. As far as I know, rim brake bicycles account at least 85% of
all bicycles out there because they're cheap to produce. How about the tire
walls of the bicycles?
go2toa: Two words of advice for crowdfunding: kickstarter.com Ok, that's probably
one word. Oh well, you get the idea.
julie ortiz: can u do this to a car rim
Sandbag1300: Chris, how will the rim tape hold up in snow, sleet, rain, and temperatures
down to 5 degrees Fahrenheit? Also, is there an option to paint the rims
and wheels instead of using the tape? Icecyclist. You can google me.
BWA123: Nori Lights is a scam - the guy accepts payment, doesn't deliver the
product, and then ignores future contact. Read the comments on his
Kickstarter page (see link below or Google "Nori Lights Kickstarter
comments") - he hasn't delivered products that were ordered more than a
year ago. This is, quite simply, fraud.
TheWizechatmgr: Very cool. Any idea if these would be legal on motorcycles? The front and
back are easy to see, but the sides have the same issue as bicycles...
Dee Rozay: How can i get me some
Akhilesh Tamrakar: can you please tell me where i get these nori lights??
pleasr send me the details at firstname.lastname@example.org
jimmy pham: Where did you get your blacklight LED? I am doing something similar for my
Juan Chavez: This is kind of naming it and may i buy some to?
BariumCobaltNitrog3n: The main problem with this system is that it doesn't work if you aren't
But, no matter. I liked this so much I made my own, for about $8.00 US. I
bought a roll of adhesive backed glow in the dark tape (about 1 inch or
40mm wide x 25 meters long) from the craft store for about $5, it's REALLY
bright, brighter than paint, and 4 UV (that's what blacklights are, UV plus
some purple) LED's from Radio Shack for about $3, now they are 2 for $2.79.
I put the LED's on the forks and frame just like in the video and the tape
on the rims, I have a coaster brake on that bike and it works perfectly!
Mine only need two button cell batteries that last about a year, so total
about $10 and I still had enough tape to do 3 other bikes, my car wheels
and my dog's collar. Do it yourself people, it looks cool, it's easy and so
cheap. $85?? That's not affordable, $20 is affordable, and NO ONE has
custom made LED's, the market is flooded with them, you can get 20
different kinds of UV lights for 15 cents each if you buy 50. Google cheap
LED. This comment will probably get deleted but good luck, you can do it!
toxisammy: I'm from Germany and I have the Nori Lights bestellt.Ich'm curious as to my
bike looked.In Germany is probably banned but I did not care.
If I have my mounted, I will show it to some friends.
A big thanks to the team of Nori Lights.
nice greetings from germany
TheLookingOne: Does your system permit rim brakes?
lucas myan: Bro are you able to build one for motorbike?
illFoReel: There's an accessory for people with rim brakes. It places the glowing rim
on the inside of the actual rim.
Solowizard: Too Dull, not bright enough.
ewan thomas: Draggons den that crap homes!
flynnfilms: That's really cool, I did not know that. Thanks!
flynnfilms: NoriLights com
flynnfilms: Damn straight, she's badass! Charlie says "I have mohawk".
scalak: I have the same idea but as a glowing paint i'm going to use "STANGER
window color". In free time I will find out if that works or not... Good
job anyway :)
3d Chris: You just described the c-ring system we offer as a solution to those that
have brake pads that contact the entire side rim surface. Personally, I
prefer our standard system, and the majority of bikes with rim brakes can
still use our standard system perfectly. I'll post a video soon. Thanks for
mellowkid12: I would really like have this on my bike!! :))
Rolf Antalan: TRON!
minecrafttntblockful: ohhhhhhhh....this things is like glowing water under UV light...is it?
mrangelamado9405: Very interested in helping this grow and putting this on all my bikes, how
can we get in touch?
Jonathan Logan: When would they be able to purchase?
BossBro: can i buy this on Ebay?
DY3VERSITY: I definitely need this, since I ride to and from work at night. Keep up the
Lukas A: LOL. 85 dollars for this whilst you can get cheaper and better wheel
lightning? Stop holding your dog and pretend we are rescueing lives. Trying
to make us feel sorry. I almost fell for this
TheMohamedhyderali: Interested to distribute this in Singapore, please contact me
Nori Lights: The Nori Lights are now available for purchase on N o r i L i g h t s , com
The site is getting more information uploaded on to it between today and
Saturday. But a secure shopping cart has been setup and is now taking
orders. Thanks everyone for all your support! -Chris
Malik Wade: Yes i am interested also
Logan Bourbon: Rip off its 85 dollars freak that
bayouratt283: This system is obviously set up for coaster brakes of disc brakes so if
you're still running rim brakes then no, this won't work. Apparently common
sense is getting less and less common. This is a great idea for anyone not
using rim brakes and looks amazing.
flynnfilms: It will work with almost any bike. If your rim brake pads contact the
entire side-facing surface of your rims, I have created an adapter that
assembles easily between the spokes and almost acts like a rim extension.
They are called Nori Lights C-rings. Contact me if you are interested.
Thanks for watching!
v...n..m....: I will be glad to share this vidio on a social website .
J Whit: Great work! Great Idea! May you have Many more!
JogBird: ummm... where are your brakes??
tylerc995: Wondering if this product would work on a motorbike wheel ?
Celine Kloß: Were are gives there?
OnlyGirlsLikeMe: can this work on a strida if I buy your package?
Glowing Bicycle Wheels Kit - Nori Lights4.9
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