The Blaze Laserlight lets drivers, pedestrians, and other cyclists know that you're approaching by beaming a bright green bike image on the road. A large percentage of bicycle accidents happen from cars or people maneuvering in the path of cyclists because they oftentimes neglect looking for cyclists on the road. The laser projects a bike symbol 6 metres (or close to 20 feet) in front of you, giving you a larger footprint on the road. Unlike the beams of standard bike lights, your Laserlight’s projection is visible from various perspectives. And the USB rechargeable light and laser work independently; with or without the laser, you have a 300 lumen LED bike light. The price of safety doesn't come cheap, $200 MSRP, but neither does a hospital bill or worse.