Kisan 20W-D tailBlazer Single

Kisan tailBlazer 20W-D Single Base Brake Light Modulator bulb and base.
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Kisan tailBlazer 20W-D Single Base Brake Light Flasher bulb and base.

BE SAFE! Compared to a typical automobile, motorcycle stop lamps are simply too small to attract immediate attention. This is especially true during daytime, when the bright sunlight can wash out the red brake light. Kisan tailBlazer 20W-D overcomes this by rapidly flashing the taillights the instant you apply the brakes. The flash rate then slows down to a steady ON - this cycle lasts about 4 seconds. This flash pattern is called a deceleration Warning.

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation suggests that you pump your brakes at each stop. Kisan tailBlazer 20W-D does it automatically for you, by flashing the bulb filament at maximum brightness.

Kisan tailBlazer 20W-D is improved with larger reflector base for easier installation.

Kisans tailBlazer 20W-D new circuit with pulse-blanking accommodates bulb monitoring systems of newer bikes.

Kisan tailBlazer 20W-D provides wider dispersion of light for a broad, uniform spectrum.

WHAT DO THEY SEE? As soon as you tap your brakes, drivers behind you will see a rapid flash of the brake lights. This sudden flashing invokes immediate attention.

WHAT WILL THEY THINK? TailBlazer uses a flash pattern, which decays exponentially - a well-recognized deceleration warning. The attention to the initial flashing now changes to a clear recognition that you're beginning to slow down! Simply flashing brake lights or flashing them on and off will get the attention of drivers behind you, but it doesn't invoke anything else. Every split second of delay in their reaction time reduces your safety margin.

tailBlazer SELF MODULATING HALOGEN bulb has a dual contact base. The modulator is built directly into the base while the element bulb is replaceable.

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