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Cycle / Helmet Reflective Stick-Ons

4.5 stars
4.5 out of 5 stars, 2 reviews
$7.95
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Cycle / Helmet Reflective Stick-Ons

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A great way to add visibility to yourself or loved ones. Make your helmet, bike frame, seat, shoes, panniers or just about anything else ultra-reflective with these high-intensity self-adhesive reflective stick-ons.

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  • over 40 reflective stick-ons
  • great for helmet, bike frame, seat, fenders, or anything else
  • available in orange or yellow
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4.5 stars 4.5 for Cycle / Helmet Reflective Stick-Ons by Nathan (2 reviews)

4.0 stars 4.0
October 17, 2013

I put several of the smaller stickers on my helmet to increase visibility. However, I was concerned about how well they would last on the bike, which I scrub and wash whenever it gets dirty, and I decided not to put them on my Camelbak either because that gets thrown in the wash. Hopefully the ones on my helmet will last.

5.0 stars 5.0

Highly visible even in daylight

(Avid Cyclist) October 27, 2009

I've gone through a few of these packs over the past 6 years. I lead a kids' bike group every Friday night from April through December. I've put these buttons and triangles on every kid's helmet who rides with me--front, back and sides (usually below the skid skin of the helmet).

They are very visible in both daylight and at night. They show up in low light conditions like at dusk or when it's foggy or drizzly.

Once on, they stay on. Believe me, with all the kids I've used these for, if they didn't, I'd see it right away as kids are the ultimate "non-intended use" abusers.

The packs have a ton of stickers in them. Remember to use the bits inside of the bigger shapes as well. They are nice mini-reflectors that can be used on helmets, on bikes, bike racks, etc.

The only negative: they are a bit stiff so they sometimes need to be flexed a bit before sticking them on helmets.

Pros
  • Versatile
  • Easy to Use
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
Cons
  • Stiff
Uses
  • Commuting
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