Glimmis - The reflector that gets you noticed


Everyone likes to be noticed. But it’s especially good to be noticed by drivers when you are a pedestrian.
Those that wear reflectors can be seen by drivers much more clearly from longer distances than those without. Most accidents involving pedestrians happen in builtup areas with street lighting because the driver didn’t see the person in time to stop. Therefore a reflector is equally beneficial in the city as it is in the countryside (Source NTF). It is best to have reflectors all year round. It’s not just in autumn and winter when the evenings are darker, evenings in spring and summer can be dark too.

If you are seen, you are safe. So wearing a reflector is an effective and simple life insurance.


Glimmis is a Swedish reflector that functions both as a life preserver in traffic and as a stylish accessory. There are many different designs and colours to suit all ages and tastes. The Glimmis attaches easily to jacket zips, pockets, prams, strollers, wheelchairs, rucksacks and bags. Think about placing your reflector so that you are visible from all directions.

 

Check out how the Glimmis reflectors
keeps you safe

 

 Learn more at www.glimmis-canada.ca

Glimmis-CanadaWould you like to be a retailer for Glimmis reflectors in Canada?

 

 

When you become a retailor for Glimmis you will get continued support from us and our distibutor in Canada. We will supply you with marketing materials and help you with ideas to be able to present our products in the best possible way to your customers. We are here to help you succeed.

If you are interested in becoming a distributor for Glimmis in Canada, please do not hesitate to contact:

PaperBar Inc.
Peter Dyakowski
116 Eastbourne Ave
Hamilton, ON
L8M 2M8

Phone no: +1-855-972-7482
Emailglimmiscanada@gmail.com


 

This film is shot from a driver's perspective.
It demonstrates how visible you are with and without a reflector.

 

 

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