New device gives you green lights on a bike Answered
When you're riding a bike and you get to a stoplight sometimes you won't get a green light. The sensors don't see you and you're stuck. I usually just ride through anyway, but others have sought ways to get the sensors to think you're a car and give you a green.
Thisnew device claims to fix this by emitting a frequency to match that of the inductive sensor.
The inventor claims that this is more effective than using a magnet like blacksmith_tb does or Kipkay does. Commentors on the site seem equally skeptical and point out that similar products have already been on the market for several years.
As for myself, I don't feel like adding what looks like a decent amount of weight to my bike for such an occasional problem that I'll just ride past anyway. What do you think?