Flickerbiker® - intelligent fiber-optic signalling gloves

Flickerbiker® is a cycling glove with a built-in intelligent fiber-optic signalling device, that acts in the same way as a car's indicators, increasing your safety on the road.

The signalling device is activated with one of the two possible gestures. Before your first use, you have to “teach” the glove which gesture you will be using.

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Components

Components: CR 2032 battery, rubber cap, signalling device.

Battery installation / replacement

Put on the gloves, then remove the rubber caps. 1. Put on the gloves, then remove the rubber caps.

How to handle the cap when removing and inserting the battery. 2. How to handle the cap when removing and inserting the battery.

Insert the battery. 3. Insert the battery.

When the battery is installed, the signalling device will start emitting a continuous glow. At this point, we enter the programming mode (shake/tilt hands as shown in fig. 5a or 5b). 4. When the battery is installed, the signalling device will start emitting a continuous glow. At this point, we enter the programming mode (shake/tilt hands as shown in fig. 5a or 5b).

Programming

To program the signalling light, move your hand as shown in figure 5a or 5b, until the light is blinking. Choose the move which is most convenient for you to repeat while cycling. 5. To program the signalling light, move your hand as shown in figure 5a or 5b, until the light is blinking. Choose the move which is most convenient for you to repeat while cycling. Programming cycle is a transition from continuous light to the blinking one, with a very short break between these two phases when the light switches off for a moment.

After successful programming, close the battery compartment by pressing the black rubber cap into the transparent silicone element. Ensure the compartment is fully closed to ensure a tight fit and protection from the elements, e.g. rain or high humidity. 6. After successful programming, close the battery compartment by pressing the black rubber cap into the transparent silicone element. Ensure the compartment is fully closed to ensure a tight fit and protection from the elements, e.g. rain or high humidity.

Road use

To activate the light while cycling, lift your hand off the handlebar as you normally would to indicate your intention to turn. To activate the light while cycling, lift your hand off the handlebar as you normally would to indicate your intention to turn. Then tilt or shake your hand the same way you chose during programming (as per fig. 5a or 5b). This will cause the glove to flash 20 times to indicate your intention to turn. If you shake or tilt your hand twice, the glove will flash 40 times (3 shakes/tilts = 60 flashes; 4 shakes/tilts = 80 flashes; 5 shakes/tilts = 100 flashes).

To activate the light while cycling, lift your hand off the handlebar as you normally would to indicate your intention to turn.

Taking off the gloves

Taking off the gloves The fingerless gloves are equipped with a two convenient finger loops on the top. Pull these loops to quickly and comfortably remove the gloves.

Cleaning

If you would like to wash the gloves, first carefully remove the signalling device from the glove’s pocket. Do this exactly as shown on the diagram below. Don’t bend the signalling device. 1. If you would like to wash the gloves, first carefully remove the signalling device from the glove’s pocket. Do this exactly as shown on the diagram below. Don’t bend the signalling device.

2. Read and follow the washing instructions on the label inside the glove.

3. If necessary, clean the electronic signaling device with a damp cloth only. Dry it completely before installing batteries.

Once the gloves are dry, you can reinstall the signalling device in the glove’s pocket (located on the top part of the glove). 4. Once the gloves are dry, you can reinstall the signalling device in the glove’s pocket (located on the top part of the glove).

To do this, follow the steps shown in the above diagram. First, position the signalling device in such a way that its pointed end matches the pointed part of glove’s pocket (step 1 on the diagram. Second, draw the pocket’s collar onto the edge of the electronic device.

Avoid bending the signalling device as this might break the arms of electronic structure placed inside the transparent element. Only the thin elastic edge of the signalling device can be bend slightly.

Label inside the glove

Standby mode

When you have not used the gloves for more than 3 minutes, they pass into the standby mode. The LED flashes two times to indicate the start of standby mode.

When you want to use the gloves, just put them on. Their electronic system senses the motion and resumes the gloves’ activity, this is indicated with one flash.

Flickerbiker® - intelligent fiber-optic signalling gloves

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