|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.1 x 4.1 x 0.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||79901|
|Size||1/4 in. x 50 ft.|
|Material||enclosed lens, retroreflective vinyl film|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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3M Scotchcal Reflective Striping Tape, White, .25-Inch by 50-Foot
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I've put this product on the black luggage of one of my motorcycles. This bike is so black from the factory that I don't feel comfortable riding it at night. Adding this material give me a little piece of mind. The surfaces on the luggage are flat, and at a slight upward angle from level, so we'll see how well it works. I also applied some of this material to the tube structure that the luggage mounts to. This will give larger angular visibility to the rear of the bike.
4 stars only because of the very shallow reflective angle. A few more degrees and it would be a 5 star product.
***EDIT*** Changed to 5 stars. This make my bike MUCH more visible at night! And, the reflected angle is actually larger than I reported above. Am going to apply around base of my helmet as well as higher up on the back, to really be night visible! Will try and upload pics.
After putting this striping tape on my motorcycle, it definitely *was* operator error. Initially I had it only on the rims, but now (after being so pleased with just how reflective it is,) I've added a little bit to the rear of the bike for more visibility of the narrow profile.
This striping tape has been on the motorcycle for approximately three thousand miles- long trips through windy mountain roads, and short rides to get ice cream in Chicago. It's held up admirably in all sorts of weather, and is just as bright as the day I put it on. It's a pain in the ass to take off, which is also excellent. I even included pics of the motorcycle with the tape on in daylight and with flash, and in the evening with flash.
Also- at $20 per set of rim stripes through other vendors, I have to say that this 50' roll is a bargain! I have enough left over to screw up (which I did- it's not easy to keep the tape looking perfectly round.) two times, and even add a little extra to whatever I want- helmet, backpack, fairings, whatever!
* Please read this important tip: The tape has some sort of protective clear plastic that needs to be peeled off to reveal the dark black metallic gloss color once applied. This protective plastic almost blends in so it is easy to miss. I used a hobby knife to peel up just the corner and pulled the corner off the tape after it was applied to the surface.
The black blends in to most smooth black plastics, and has a light gloss to it, and metallic speckle if you look closely in the light. In the dark from the driver's seat the tape reflect bright white. It is really cool.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this to line out the frames of our bicycles so headlights would at least get a 'wire frame' reflection back to the driver. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by G. Stearns
Not very reflective. Seems reflective in some photos when compared to non-reflective stuff. But it is barely visible compared to bicycle tires with a reflective sidewall stripe. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jason A. Kraftcheck
BEWARE. Supposed to be 1/2 inch, I received 1/4 inch tape. My mistake, didn't notice the error until I had partially used the tape and thought about ordering an additional color.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
I used this around the rims of my bike and my wife's bike so we could remove the heavy reflectors (that caused balance issues at high speeds).... Read morePublished 15 days ago by James Cole
Be aware if you order it...I did and I got a 1/4" wide roll and sent it back. The Amazon sticker stuck on the outside of the clear plastic container said it was a 1/2" wide... Read morePublished 16 days ago by jb
oh boyo it's so good on my bike man i put it there and can't even hardly see it until you can then it's white!!! Read morePublished 18 days ago by RadGH
It is reflective tape. My dad actually invented Scotchlite back in the 1940s when he worked at 3M, so I guess I'm a bit of an expert in the stuff since we had a lot of it around... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Robert Palmquist
put this on my black motorcycle wheels. can't tell it's there in the daylight, but they shine bright at night when hit by headlights. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian