Weston-super-Mare manufacturer secures deal with national retailer Halfords

PUBLISHED: 16:00 30 November 2017

FHOSS founder Andrew Kimitri (centre-right) is 'delighted' to link up with Halfords. Picture: Porcupine PR

FHOSS founder Andrew Kimitri (centre-right) is 'delighted' to link up with Halfords. Picture: Porcupine PR

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A Weston-super-Mare business has launched a range of products which will be sold by national retailer Halfords.

LED lighting manufacturer FHOSS’ Powered Light Safety range for cyclists will be sold on the car parts retailer’s website.

The range includes an LED rucksack which allows cyclists to indicate their movements to motorists.

Founder of FHOSS Andrew Kimitri said the contract ‘is a big endorsement to our products and the brand’.

He added: “We are really excited to be launching this new range of light products, which are perfect for anyone who is often out and about during hours of darkness.

“Our products have been developed over a period of time and we are delighted that they are being launched on Halfords.”

David Taylor, of Halfords, said: “We have been really impressed with the FHOSS range of powered light safety wear products and are delighted to be launching them online.”

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