Port Designs GO LED Portable Travel Padded Cyclist/Bicycle Laptop Backpack/Rucksack Bag for 15.6 inch Windows/iPads/Apple Macbooks Laptops & Tablet Devices with Rain Cover Protection
- Made for mobility and travelling the GO LED rucksack is the ideal way to travel in style and to travel safely with it's handy LED indicators that provide increased visibility
- The LED feature can display four extra visibile navigation signs, left turn, right turn, forward turn and stop/danger making it perfect for cyclists
- The LED panel is controlled via remote control that can either be strapped on the handlebar or in the shoulder pocket for maximum convenience
- This travel LED backpack bag is the ideal way to safely store and secure your Windows or Apple devices while on the move
- It features a rain cover protection exterior layer that ensures no matter where you go or how fast the contents inside including your devices do not get wet or damaged
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GO LED is a revolutionary backpack with integrated indicator light display.
✔ Made for mobility and commuting, GO LED backpack has a flashing LED panel increasing visibility during journeys, sport activities or leisure trips.
✔ Developed for cyclists, joggers, skaters and even scooter and roller use, it brings an increased security and visibility day and night thanks to the flashing LED panel and its light reflective bands.
✔ The LED system can display 4 extra visible navigation signs (left turn, forward, right turn, stop/danger) to inform of direction changes. The LED panel is controlled by a wireless remote control that can be placed on a handlebar or in the dedicated shoulder strap pocket. GO LED has a wide capacity of 35 liters for a ultra-light weight of only 1 kilo.
✔ It has all the features of a contemporary backpack with padded laptop and tablet compartments to keep electronic devices safe and various useful pockets. It also has a translucent rain cover protecting the backpack and its content in case of heavy rain and letting LED light flash through GO LED is a revolutionary backpack with integrated indicator light display.
✔ The LED panel is controlled by a wireless remote control that can be placed on a handlebar or in the dedicated shoulder strap pocket.
✔ GO LED has a wide capacity of 35 litres for a ultra-light weight of only 1 kilo.
✔ It has all the features of a contemporary backpack with padded laptop and tablet compartments to keep electronic devices safe and various useful pockets.
✔ It also has a translucent rain cover protecting the backpack and its content in case of heavy rain and letting LED light flash throughGO LED is a revolutionary backpack with integrated indicator light display.
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Go LED: Queries as under:
1. What is the warranty cover provided for how many years?
2. How do I know that the LED panel is fully charged?
3. How much time it takes to charged completely and how can I check if it does work for 40 hours?
4. what is the Battery life and how can I change?
5. Does the battery drained out if I had not operated for 2 weeks?
There is a potentially deadly safety-critical issue with the remote control logic, especially when cycling on roads shared with other vehicles. Unfortunately, it is possible to operate the remote control BEFORE it has made a connection with the LED indicators, OR when the connection has been broken. With the LED panel on your back, there is no visual check that it is actually working, and the remote control does not alert you to this, say, by refusing to blink if the connection hasn't been made, or if it has been broken. Sadly, I don't trust the system, so I continue to use hand signals which somewhat defeats the purpose and negates the justification for such an expensive system. I hope there'll be a version 2 which addresses this issue.
If you're still tempted, here's my understanding of how it operates (these instructions are my own, the packaging just refers to it all being 'intuitive'; it isn't particularly.)
Instructions for Port Designs Go LED Backpack
1. Press-and-hold-for-a-few-seconds, the elliptical pale orange on/off-button on the wireless remote, and confirm visually that four sequential LEDs start to move around the panel on the backpack. You're good to go.
2. When you want to start a manoeuvre, press the corresponding left or right green button on the remote (I'm unsure if the red LED exclamation mark (for 'stopping!') is understood by other road users - I tend not to use it).
3. When you want to cancel the manoeuvre, press the 'forwards' green button. After a few seconds the 'forwards' green button will self-cancel, and the backpack panel will revert to the 4 sequential green LED dots. I haven't found a way to manually cancel a manoeuvre.
4. At night, you can light up the wireless remote control by briefly pressing the elliptical pale orange button until a blue line outlines the bottom of the pale orange button and infuses the whole remote with light. You can switch off this illumination by lightly pressing the pale orange button once again. The system is still on, but if you've been heavy-handed, you could have turned it off.
5. To switch the system off, hold down the pale orange button for a few seconds. Visual inspection of the backpack panel is required to confirm.
1. There is a red on/off switch located on the battery/circuit board inside the bag itself. it's probably best to leave this alone, because it isn't very clear that it has functioned, and you're soon into wasting time with a bit too much trial and error.
2. The logic described above needs to be carefully followed because there is a danger that the buttons appear to be operating the backpack panel when in fact the panel is not operating. Once the system has been enabled prior to pushing off, it is important only to touch the pale orange button lightly. There is a safety-critical argument for the heavy-handed learning to operate the buttons by feel rather than by back light.