British urban cycling brand Beryl has launched the Laserlight Core to the Kickstarter community.
The Laserlight Core has Beryl's patented laser projection technology, combining a white light and a laser image to beam out of blind spots, junctions and situations where riders are otherwise unseen.
Cased in a durable carbon grey polymer, the Core is designed to be lightweight.
Emily Brooke, founder and CEO at Beryl, formerly Blaze, said: "We decided to return to the Kickstarter community to launch the Laserlight Core as Kickstarter played a crucial role in the launch of our business back in 2012.
"This gives all those who have supported us since the beginning the first chance to buy our second generation Laserlight."
An independently-funded report by the Transport Research Lab demonstrated that the Laserlight reduces blind spots of other vehicles by up to 97 per cent, increasing rider visibility to vehicles by up to 32 per cent.
The laser feature is complemented by a 400-lumen white light to provide further visibility on the road and attaches to the front handlebars with a tool-free silicone bracket.
The product is battery-powered with micro-USB charging and the fully waterproof design has up to 41 hours battery life.