"I've watched this revolutionary product since the pre-production stage. I've read everything I could find but still had some technical questions. The staff was there to educate, not just sell. They took the time to answer every question and provide additional information that I hadn't even considered. No hard sell. The product sells itself, the staff is just there to educate. Great experience."

Roger T.

"During my first ride using the inView earlier today I noticed that the vehicles behind me gave me more space. I am convinced that the unit is definitely improving my safety on the bike. Thanks so much for the team's hard work (and perseverance) getting the inView to market! In my opinion it is a must have safety device."

Stanley M.

"I spoke to David and got them to work. Turned out, I had both units side by side with batteries installed and it (might) confused the tranceivers. When I got them to work I had removed the batteries, re installed one set, the unit vibrated and flashed, and when one of the bikes was started it worked. So I repeated the procedure for the other one and it worked fine. I tried to update my facebook post but it was removed. Thats too bad because people like to read about the solutions to problems especially when a company leader steps in and guides the customer to achieve success with their products. We really like these units and learning how they work has been great! To have David Werner guide us to success just proves we chose the right company to do business with. Thank you also Robert, for reaching out to us."

Gary

"Excellent packaging and high quality workmanship is evident throughout. Once you figure out where you want to mount the transceiver on the bike and the appropriate wires, installation is pretty straightforward. I was particularly impressed that the unit worked straight out of the box, and although I thought the metric screws for the helmet unit was fine, sending the phillip head screws was a clear indication of the company's outstanding customer support. I installed the unit in December 2018 and other than having to replace the batteries in the helmet unit, it has worked flawlessly. Key features worth mentioning are: the self diagnosis at startup let's the rider know that the unit is functioning correctly; in the unlikely event that the bike goes down in an accident, the automatic emergency flashing feature is great (to see this work, put the helmet on its side); Incorrect installation of the unit on the helmet (installed upside down) results in the unit continually flashing when powered; the added weight of the helmet unit is not noticeable. Things that need to be improved: The seal around the helmet unit needs to be a little longer to account for the curve of the helmet. Its current length does not make a proper water tight seal between the helmet and unit; Battery life is a little short. Not sure if this is due to the cold temperature (I ride year round), or the power draw (I use Energizer lithium batteries). This is an issue because changing the batteries does require removing the backing and those screws are small! Bottom line, this product still rates 5 stars because it is innovative, a breeze to install and really works, as evident by the distance cars now stop behind me when I'm waiting at a light. It's especially good at night and in reduced visibility. InView is well worth the price, and I encourage all riders that really care about their safety to check this item out. It's even better than 3M reflective tape."

Steven

"This is a great piece of equipment , I feel it will lower the risk of people running me over from behind."

Mike G.

"Purchased for a friend cant wait to see how it looks on the helmet. Should stop cars from stopping too close."

Sharon

"I bought one of these last July. I find that it makes me extremely noticeable, which is the primary purpose. I only have two issues with it: 1. The most important being that the advertised "engine braking notification", which is supposed to activate the brake light upon deceleration, even if you haven't applied the brakes, still isn't available. Once that is added, I would rate this as 5 stars. 2. My helmet has a ridge running down the center of the back. This makes it impossible for the skirt on the light to completely contact the helmet, and it requires a second attachment strip so that the light is held to the helmet from two sides instead of just in the center. This is not a big deal and really only affects the way it looks, and only on close inspection. It's not noticeable to the casual observer, even from a close distance. A simple fix would be for the skirt to be just slightly longer. This issue may be unique to my helmet, as most helmets don't have a ridge down the back. All in all, I strongly recommend this device."

ShadowMerlin

"Saw this at Americade Lake George , NY. in 2017. Got it & installed 12/18. Easy install if you can locate the blinker, stop, & power wires at the rear of the bike. Mine is a 13 Kawasaki Concourse. Works exactly as advertised. Have not gotten on the road with it yet as we still have 3 feet of snow & 20 degrees outside. If you can see the video I loaded, this is the hazards on. Very bright. Highly recommended."

John

"Battery life has been amazing so far, this unit should save lives."

Sharon

"I got one for Christmas and I love it. Very easy to install and it comes with the availability to install on 2 helmets. Everyone who sees it thinks it is great. Best investment my wife say she ever made besides me."

Mello312

"I saw this at the DC Motorcycle Show recently and purchased it immediately. Anything that adds either comfort or safety on my bike I am all for it. Since I use my electric motorcycle (I think I am the first) for commuting to work and in and around town, I always find myself in congested traffic. Easy to install and works once you apply the firmware patches. This will give me a bit more peace of mind out amongst the "cagers". I give it 2 thumbs up."

Michael C.

"I was given the opportunity to get an up close and personal view of this product. I can honestly say, not only will it save lives, it will bring a greater rising experience to all those who utilize it!"

Jamie S.

"I am writing this email to say how pleased I am with the Third Eye Design and all the effort and planning that’s gone into designing a device that will make it safer for me and many other people to ride motorcycles. inVIEW makes the motorcyclist more visible. When I first heard about this invention I put my name on the waiting list. This excellent technical device system is now operating and I feel much safer because of it."

Daniele M.

"I just want to say what a great product you have and it was so easy to install. It surpassed all my expectations."

Matthew M.

"inVIEW performed brilliantly!"

Backroads Magazine

"(inVIEW) is a gamechanger"

Motoclectic Magazine

"(inVIEW) is about to change motorcycle safety forever"

Hardtales Magazine

"Studies from around the globe prove what we already know – low conspicuity, or the inability of the motorcycle and rider to be seen by other road users, is the primary reason motorcyclists get hit."

"A 2014 field of vision study conducted by North Carolina State Univ. found that study participants were significantly better at identifying a target in the upper half of a screen, and that this difference could make a meaningful difference in safety-related technologies."

A study conducted by North Carolina State University

"Low conspicuity may increase the risk of motorcycle crash related injury. And compared with wearing a black helmet, use of a white helmet was associated with a 24% lower risk"

A New Zealand study titled Motorcycle Rider Conspicuity and Crash Related Injury: Case-Control Study

"The most frequently reported primary accident contributing factor was a perception failure on the part of the OV (Other Vehicle) driver. The data indicates that the primary contributing factor was the inability of the OV driver to perceive the PTW (Powered Two-wheeler) or the PTW rider."

MAIDS In-Depth Investigations of Accidents Involving Powered Two-Wheelers. Final Report 2.0

"Approximately three-fourths of motorcycle accidents involved collision with another vehicle, which was most usually a passenger automobile. The failure of motorists to detect and recognize motorcycles in traffic is the predominating cause of motorcycle accidents. The driver of the other vehicle involved in collision with the motorcycle did not see the motorcycle before the collision, or did not see the motorcycle until too late to avoid the collision."

The Hurt Study conducted through The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the University of Southern California

"(inVIEW) is a gamechanger"

Motoclectic Magazine

"(inVIEW) is about to change motorcycle safety forever"

Hardtales Magazine

"inVIEW performed brilliantly!"

Backroads Magazine

"I spoke to David and got them to work. Turned out, I had both units side by side with batteries installed and it (might) confused the tranceivers. When I got them to work I had removed the batteries, re installed one set, the unit vibrated and flashed, and when one of the bikes was started it worked. So I repeated the procedure for the other one and it worked fine. I tried to update my facebook post but it was removed. Thats too bad because people like to read about the solutions to problems especially when a company leader steps in and guides the customer to achieve success with their products. We really like these units and learning how they work has been great! To have David Werner guide us to success just proves we chose the right company to do business with. Thank you also Robert, for reaching out to us."

Gary

"I bought one of these last July. I find that it makes me extremely noticeable, which is the primary purpose. I only have two issues with it: 1. The most important being that the advertised "engine braking notification", which is supposed to activate the brake light upon deceleration, even if you haven't applied the brakes, still isn't available. Once that is added, I would rate this as 5 stars. 2. My helmet has a ridge running down the center of the back. This makes it impossible for the skirt on the light to completely contact the helmet, and it requires a second attachment strip so that the light is held to the helmet from two sides instead of just in the center. This is not a big deal and really only affects the way it looks, and only on close inspection. It's not noticeable to the casual observer, even from a close distance. A simple fix would be for the skirt to be just slightly longer. This issue may be unique to my helmet, as most helmets don't have a ridge down the back. All in all, I strongly recommend this device."

ShadowMerlin

"Excellent packaging and high quality workmanship is evident throughout. Once you figure out where you want to mount the transceiver on the bike and the appropriate wires, installation is pretty straightforward. I was particularly impressed that the unit worked straight out of the box, and although I thought the metric screws for the helmet unit was fine, sending the phillip head screws was a clear indication of the company's outstanding customer support. I installed the unit in December 2018 and other than having to replace the batteries in the helmet unit, it has worked flawlessly. Key features worth mentioning are: the self diagnosis at startup let's the rider know that the unit is functioning correctly; in the unlikely event that the bike goes down in an accident, the automatic emergency flashing feature is great (to see this work, put the helmet on its side); Incorrect installation of the unit on the helmet (installed upside down) results in the unit continually flashing when powered; the added weight of the helmet unit is not noticeable. Things that need to be improved: The seal around the helmet unit needs to be a little longer to account for the curve of the helmet. Its current length does not make a proper water tight seal between the helmet and unit; Battery life is a little short. Not sure if this is due to the cold temperature (I ride year round), or the power draw (I use Energizer lithium batteries). This is an issue because changing the batteries does require removing the backing and those screws are small! Bottom line, this product still rates 5 stars because it is innovative, a breeze to install and really works, as evident by the distance cars now stop behind me when I'm waiting at a light. It's especially good at night and in reduced visibility. InView is well worth the price, and I encourage all riders that really care about their safety to check this item out. It's even better than 3M reflective tape."

Steven

"Approximately three-fourths of motorcycle accidents involved collision with another vehicle, which was most usually a passenger automobile. The failure of motorists to detect and recognize motorcycles in traffic is the predominating cause of motorcycle accidents. The driver of the other vehicle involved in collision with the motorcycle did not see the motorcycle before the collision, or did not see the motorcycle until too late to avoid the collision."

The Hurt Study conducted through The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the University of Southern California

"During my first ride using the inView earlier today I noticed that the vehicles behind me gave me more space. I am convinced that the unit is definitely improving my safety on the bike. Thanks so much for the team's hard work (and perseverance) getting the inView to market! In my opinion it is a must have safety device."

Stanley M.

"I got one for Christmas and I love it. Very easy to install and it comes with the availability to install on 2 helmets. Everyone who sees it thinks it is great. Best investment my wife say she ever made besides me."

Mello312

"I am writing this email to say how pleased I am with the Third Eye Design and all the effort and planning that’s gone into designing a device that will make it safer for me and many other people to ride motorcycles. inVIEW makes the motorcyclist more visible. When I first heard about this invention I put my name on the waiting list. This excellent technical device system is now operating and I feel much safer because of it."

Daniele M.

"Low conspicuity may increase the risk of motorcycle crash related injury. And compared with wearing a black helmet, use of a white helmet was associated with a 24% lower risk"

A New Zealand study titled Motorcycle Rider Conspicuity and Crash Related Injury: Case-Control Study

"I saw this at the DC Motorcycle Show recently and purchased it immediately. Anything that adds either comfort or safety on my bike I am all for it. Since I use my electric motorcycle (I think I am the first) for commuting to work and in and around town, I always find myself in congested traffic. Easy to install and works once you apply the firmware patches. This will give me a bit more peace of mind out amongst the "cagers". I give it 2 thumbs up."

Michael C.

"This is a great piece of equipment , I feel it will lower the risk of people running me over from behind."

Mike G.

"Battery life has been amazing so far, this unit should save lives."

Sharon

"Saw this at Americade Lake George , NY. in 2017. Got it & installed 12/18. Easy install if you can locate the blinker, stop, & power wires at the rear of the bike. Mine is a 13 Kawasaki Concourse. Works exactly as advertised. Have not gotten on the road with it yet as we still have 3 feet of snow & 20 degrees outside. If you can see the video I loaded, this is the hazards on. Very bright. Highly recommended."

John

"inVIEW performed brilliantly!"

Backroads Magazine

"(inVIEW) is a gamechanger"

Motoclectic Magazine

"I've watched this revolutionary product since the pre-production stage. I've read everything I could find but still had some technical questions. The staff was there to educate, not just sell. They took the time to answer every question and provide additional information that I hadn't even considered. No hard sell. The product sells itself, the staff is just there to educate. Great experience."

Roger T.

"The most frequently reported primary accident contributing factor was a perception failure on the part of the OV (Other Vehicle) driver. The data indicates that the primary contributing factor was the inability of the OV driver to perceive the PTW (Powered Two-wheeler) or the PTW rider."

MAIDS In-Depth Investigations of Accidents Involving Powered Two-Wheelers. Final Report 2.0

"Studies from around the globe prove what we already know – low conspicuity, or the inability of the motorcycle and rider to be seen by other road users, is the primary reason motorcyclists get hit."

"(inVIEW) is about to change motorcycle safety forever"

Hardtales Magazine

"I was given the opportunity to get an up close and personal view of this product. I can honestly say, not only will it save lives, it will bring a greater rising experience to all those who utilize it!"

Jamie S.

"Purchased for a friend cant wait to see how it looks on the helmet. Should stop cars from stopping too close."

Sharon

"A 2014 field of vision study conducted by North Carolina State Univ. found that study participants were significantly better at identifying a target in the upper half of a screen, and that this difference could make a meaningful difference in safety-related technologies."

A study conducted by North Carolina State University

"I just want to say what a great product you have and it was so easy to install. It surpassed all my expectations."

Matthew M.

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