Emergency Traffic Cone Officially Launched

Car emergency kits are mandatory in most countries but sometimes you may need even more than a simple emergency triangle to make sure that you're easily noticed by all the other motorists. The Emergency Traffic Cone with Flashing Light is an advanced cone painted in “highway safety orange” and made of waterproof vinyl material. In comparison with standard cones, this device has an internal flashing system based on three red-colored LEDs combined with reflecting gray strips.

More importantly, it has a special solar cell that automatically recharges the Li-ion batteries using solar power. The cone can be easily folded to place it in your car while the installation method is quite simple: all you need to do is to pull up the inner ring, expand the cone and place it on flat ground. The bottom of the cone has four thick rubber feet capable of providing a pretty good grip.

This gadget's dimensions are way smaller than the ones of a regular cone: 270x270x70 mm when closed and 270x270x565 mm when opened.

“The cone has and expandable inner skeleton made of durable ABS plastic, so it can easily withstand all the usual disturbances of high speed cars and trucks, wind and rain, and other outdoor elements with ease. The cone has a heavy gauge two piece molded base and four rubber feet so it keeps its same place on the road all day,” Chinavasion, the only retailer for the time being, mentioned in the description of the product.

At the time of writing this article, there's no information regarding the price of the product but new details should be revealed some time in the near future. In case you'd like to see more photos with the Emergency Traffic Cone with Flashing Light, have a look at the gallery published under the article.

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About the author: Bogdan Popa
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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