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Safe bags patent for Brilliant Colour Reflective line
11
Jul '16
Provider of enhanced visibility and reflective solutions for the consumer activewear apparel markets, Safe Reflections has received a new US patent for its Brilliant Colour Reflective line of colourised reflective materials.

The new patent also includes a recent innovation within the Brilliant product line, Brilliant Stretch Colour Reflective, which is not only colourised and with high-brightness, but it also has a high-stretch.

“Using Safe Reflections' adhesive and patented colourising technology, Brilliant Stretch Colour Reflective is designed for use on today's performance fabrics,” the company said.

“This patented technology provides superior reflectivity and unmatched wash durability, making Brilliant Colour Reflective, the first high-brightness colour reflective for designers,” it added.

According to Safe Reflections, a previous patent was granted in 2014 for the manufacturing process behind Brilliant, while this second patent is for the reflective product itself.

"We are using Brilliant Colour Reflective on more and more New Balance designs each year," said Danielle Regan, global apparel senior trim developer for New Balance."

“The high-brightness reflectivity and the range of colours enable our designs to incorporate reflective for increased visibility in a discrete way," she too added.

CEO of Safe Reflections Chuck Gruber said, "Brilliant is changing the way the apparel industry thinks about reflective material, and this patent reinforces it as a critical element in the future of reflective apparel.” (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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