Rated 5 out of 5 by DennisN High visibility indeed
This Hump was everything I hoped it would be. Truly high visibilty, cars behind you slow down. I don't see any point in using my reflective yellow vest when I have this on my back. I have a reasonably big backpack for commuting, and always carry my Macbook Pro 15" and the Hump is a snug fit. I usuallly only attach the topmost strap only, and that is enough for the Hump to stay on. Yesterday it rained cats and dogs and the backpack stayed reasonably dry on my way home. (13km).
07 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by FancyNancy Bright!
I bought this as the nights were drawing in & it is a no brainer!
It gives you that little extra bit of security that if your lights fail or your wearing a dark jersey, it will be your saving grace. It is so so bright when any form of light hits it & because you dont see too many of the full reflective version around cars dont know quite what to make of you, so they pass quite carefully.
I would definately recommend to anyone commuting in the dark. + its waterproof.
04 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Very bright
It certainly lights up, it goes over my backpack or pannier bag comfortably. One of the popper buttons on the straps has come away, couldn't say if it was my fault or not, but because it is elasticated it still works without the popper and stays in place on the bag. Scotchlite holds up well, has been kicked aroun under my desk all day everyday for six months and isn't really damaged.
31 December 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous This cover is incredibly bright
I bought this cover in response to my concerned ole mum who doesnt like me riding on the highway. I have noticed cars in the suburbs reluctant to pass me with this cover on and when they do its noticably slower than usual. The cover fits my backpack really well and stays put. The sides have gotten a bit scratched after MTBing through some tight stuff so it should be kept to the road if you want to preserve the scotchbrite. I wish i could get a Morph Suit made of this stuff!
26 August 2011