The easy mount and theremovable one. The bicycle rear light can be flexible to be installed or detatch on bicycles. It's very convenient to move out from the brackets. The tail light is extremely bright and can be seen on busy streets. Patent pending flash speeds let you maximize motorists awareness with its unique and easy to use 2 button control. There are 7 lighting modes for day and night use. The run time is 2 to 200 hours with flash speed adjustment. Motorists can gauge their distance with the help of Steady pulse, which shines a steady beam. Daylighting flash makes you stand out on busy roads. It's built to endure road cycling conditions with a water resistant body, and hard seat post and seat stay mounts, all while keeping a small form. It is designed for convenience with a low battery indicator. It was designed, engineered, and assembled in the USA. Cygolite was founded in 1991 and is a bicycle light experts with exclusive designs and innovations crafted into quality products that are on the leading edge of safety.
👤It's not wide enough for city biking. It needs more vertical spread. Think of a sports car coming up behind you. The angle is adjusted with aPhillips screwdriver. It shakes when you are riding, no matter how tight the screws are. The cover for the port is not perfect. I pulled it open. I own 3 Cygolite headlights. This one was not thought out.
👤I can't see the light without getting dizzy. It's seriously. The number on the strobe is on your brain. I want to make sure that I'm seen when I ride by myself. I have had neighbors who are out walking say that the light is too bright. I don't know if there is a thing about being too bright. I am happy, but I wish you could adjust the brightness more.
👤I ordered the new 350 Lumen Cygolite to complement my Cygolite 200 pro which has been great. If the 350 model holds up like my 200 model, I will be very happy. I use both on my bike at all times. Make sure to read the instructions to get the most out of the light. The Feb light still works great, has a long battery life and is very bright. Several of my friends have bought the light based on my recommendation and all have had great results. I ride a lot but it doesn't rain much where I live. I've used it in the rain.
👤It is usually sunny when I do daylight riding. The light is bright. You can control the rate of flash and the two cameras give you a good view. It comes with a seat post mount, a seat stay mount, and a mount that is adjusted in the vertical so you can set the angle relative to the road. The only thing I was able to do was adjust the brightness according to the instructions. The button has two functions, brightness and rate of blink, and it just seemed to adjust the blink. You don't want to look at it. When you charge it you can see the state of the battery, less than 50%, greater than 50%, or fully charged. The features justify the price of the light.
👤BLUF: I recommend this product to anyone who wants to increase their visibility to cars. There is a It is not possible to say that it is. The light is blindingly bright. That is a bit deceptive. The bicycle taillight is bright. I think the dimmest car headlight is around 800 lumens and it's more typical between 1000 to 2000. It seems unlikely that a 350-lumen bicycle light can or will blind drivers more than a typical car light. If a driver yells at you because of the light, you can be sure that they would have found another reason to be angry. This is mounted on the back of a couple of bicycle helmets. The first is a commuter that has a light on. The second helmet is a mountain bike style helmet with a light zip. I usually ride my bike to the grocery store, the library, the post office, and the odd restaurant. I spend a lot of time on the road during off peak times before sunrise and after sunset. I keep this light for every ride in the alternating blinking mode. I usually replenish this light every two weeks. Discuss: There are other bright lights on the market. The Dinotte Quad Red has a reputation for being the best taillight on the market. The price of the Cygolite Hypershot is three times that of the Quad Red. I went with the Cygolite Hypershot due to the mounting options that were included in the purchase price, even though the Cateye Viz 450 seemed like a good option. I feel safer riding at night than I do during the day. If the driver is not paying attention, a car or truck can run me over during the day. The time that the driver has to notice that something is just ahead is increased by this light with the blinking red lights. There is a The alternating red flashing lights make drivers think about police and cause them to slow down. One time in the early A.M., I was 100 feet past an intersection in a residential area when a car behind me drove through a stop sign without slowing down. I only noticed this because of the engine noise of the car as it approached the stop sign. They stopped because they thought the blinking light was a police car. There is a The tail light is a great option if you spend a lot of time on the road.
The mini size is easy to hide and install, the bell sound can be operated by remote control. Also, note: One of the remote controllers has a spare controller. The Lumian X5 bike tail light has 30 high-end LEDs and is bright enough to be seen from 150 feet away. It was easy to switch the lighting modes of the bike rear light by pressing the four buttons on the controller. There are six lighting modes: Steady with full brightness, fast flash, flowing light, turn left, and ground line. There is an auto BRAKE light and a round warning. The light will hightlight to remind the cars and pedestrians behind you. The ground warning lane gives riders their own virtual lanes to further increase visibility. A 2000mAh rechargeable battery is built-in and can be used for up to 10 hours. The remote controller can work for a year with a CR2032 coin cell battery. They accept returns within 30 days without any reason and offer replacements within one year. They will do their best to help you if you have any problems.
👤The best bike light in the market. ! You're insane if you don't like this product. I knew it was good quality when I opened it. I did the test in the daytime to show you how bright they are. I would highly recommend this product to anyone that is in a big city. You should keep up the great work and make products like this more often.
👤The device is sturdy and has a cool design. The light and laser make riding the bike feel like riding a motorcycle. It takes about 4 hours to charge up and should last for several days. Don't forget to take it down after use. It's easy to steal.
👤When this item arrived, I was very excited. I was pleased that this light came with a mount that was attached to the saddle rails, as opposed to the seat post, and that it had a splash guard that was attached to my seat post, which was a bit of a squeeze. I liked the wireless remote as I would sometimes forget to turn on my rear light and unclip my pedals, but I also hated it when I stopped to turn my light on. I could use the remote if I forgot. There is a This light is an issue for me. The light has a single button on it. In solid mode, it comes on. I use flashing mode when I press the button again. I mounted it to my saddle on the first day I used it. I charged it the night before. I put the light into flashing mode. Its bright and nice. I run through the functions and they work. I run to the house to get my coat and helmet. The light is in solid mode when I come back. I press the button and it goes back to flashing mode. The ride lasts an hour and a half. The light is in solid mode when I get off my bike. I don't think it's anything serious at this point, but I'm starting to have a slight concern. The situation was the same on my next ride. It takes about 10 minutes to get ready to ride after I put the light into flashing mode. The light was in solid mode when I came out. The light is off when I get home. I bring the light in and charge it. The light is off when I get home after a 2 and a half hour ride the next morning. I have reached my conclusion. The light is a piece of junk. I can't recommend anyone to buy this.
👤One bad thing to say is that you need to identify the tiny switch on the right side of the light frame. The remote cannot possibly work if you don't turn it on. When you charge the light, it lights up and you think it is ready to connect with the remote. Not true! The light is what it says it is. I bought two for each of my bikes and motor vehicles because they notice me at night. The turning signal is important, but I use every function. I can turn on the light manually, even though the stop light function does not work for me.
The power array and reflector have Super flash modes. FL1 has run times of 5 hrs., 9 hrs., and up to 30 hrs. The lens has a mirror in it. Dust and water resistance are rated to the standard. 700 mah battery charges in 2. 5 hours with a microusb cable.
👤I am very happy with the light. It mounts to my pak rack. Very bright. It looks like it was built into the rack. I've gotten over 7 hours with it on full, and am now testing the "pulse" mode, which they say takes over 9 hours, but will have to see for myself. There is a I went with theusb charge over the batteries. A little more money. It is well worth it. It snaps on and off very easily. It's taken off when I'm not night riding to prevent it from bouncing around while biking or driving with it on the car rack. All day long, 5 stars.
👤It is so bright. The attached picture shows how well the phone's flash works. The different modes are shown in the video. If you have riders that follow you at night, you're going to want to use a dimmer light. There were no problems with the mount.
👤I love planet bikes. The way to savesay There are multiple modes from solid to blinking. It makes you more visible and safer when you ride a bike. The person says this is too bright. An alkaline battery operated light is a good choice for a dim light. This is a big boy light.
👤Excellent. I mounted it on my bike rack. I have used it for two days in a row without additional charges. It still has a charge. The cheaper non-rechargeable battery model which is IPX3 rated was a selling point for me. Solidly built and bright, just what you need for a long trip. The February 3rd update works great. I have the best bike brake light. I bought a second one.
👤This was bought because of the built in reflector and what looked like a line from the light. I wanted a reliable rear light that I could rely on. There is a It seems to be to bright off- axis to avoid people biking behind me. It's fine for traffic. I want to be able to put it on steady and not make the person riding behind me dislike me because of my bright rear light. The Planet Bike blinky Super flash is my other light for comparison and it was fine on steady. There was no steady beam pattern. You have a pattern that is " completely nuts", a to-slow "steady then brighter then less bright" courtesy pattern, and steady.
The mini size is easy to hide and install, the bell sound can be operated by remote control. The smart bike tail light has a number of features, including an electric bike horn, anti theft alarm, rear bike light, bike turn signals, and auto bicycle brake light. It makes your riding safer when it's night riding. After riding your bike, take the remote off and arm it with an alarm function. 5 functions allow you to save money and space on your bike. An affordable bike accessory. Ultra-BRIGHT Bicycle Rear Light with 6 Modes - Super bright and extra-wide bike tail lights with 31 high-end LEDs, up to 160 lumens of powerful flashes. Enhancing your visibility and safety is something that alert motorists at night and day. Slow Flashing/Breathing/Fast Blinking/Steady Light/Emergency Light/OFF, 6 light modes are easily selected by remote. Pressing the R/L button on the remote makes it easy to turn on the bike turn signals. Other drivers and pedestrians will hear you and know which direction you'll go. If you brake the rear light, it will auto highlight for 2s to alert other drivers behind you, which will help you avoid traffic accidents. Only on Slow Flashing/Breathing/Fast Blinking/Steady Light mode is there a note. There is a cardiovascular abnormality. Antitheft bicycle alarm can help to deter thieves, provide additional security and give you peace of mind when your vehicles park outdoors. You can adjust the sensitivity from gently touching to push or beat. The electric bicycle horn function makes a loud noise when you press the remote. 3 horn sounds, electric car horn sound, and callbird sound. When you sleep at night, the bike tail light auto lights up. Light sensor and motion sensor are needed. When motion is detected, the tail light turns on after 30 seconds of silence in dark environments. If you need the tail light in the day time, you can choose Fast blinking/steem light, these two modes have not smart function.
👤Where to start? I had tried 2 other models of taillights and they were both junk, neither could keep a charge and/or malfunctioned due to poor quality. I could tell from the box that this was thought through to an impressive degree. This was the only one that came with quality mounting components, and it was the only one that was able to mount where my stock taillight had been. It came with the seat mount. I didn't use it. There is a The sound is next. I didn't think I would enjoy having it make sound, it was an added bonus. I am blown away by the alarm system. The remote for the unit is mounted on the handlebars so you can arm/disarm it when you leave the bike. I go by a multi-tiered theft prevention system. It's a deterant to watch someone arm their bike as they walk away. The blinker and warning lights are great. You can even set it to glow when it senses a brake. You can tell if the blinker is still on or not by the sound of it. It's a good thing. There is a The battery is the most well thought out feature. It is a type-c. It turns off when it's not in use for a long time. Every time you hold it, it turns off. I didn't have to charge it. Ever. Like not yet. I don't know if it will last. I will keep my fingers crossed.
👤The features on this device are amazing. It has an alarm, it has a honk, and it has an automatic on-off for left and right turn signals. ... But... The design of the remote controller is the biggest downfall. Look at the controller. The controller is going to touch the honk button first and the turn signal button second. You can see from the video that you can press the turn signal buttons from the very edge of the remote. This design is only good when it is mounted to the handlebars so that you can press with your thumb with little accuracy, and not when you want to put it in your backpack or pocket. When I put the signals in my pocket, I was worried that my neighbor would be upset. I was embarrassed. I put it in my backpack and it started to sound crazy. You can't have anything in your backpack to reduce the risk of honking. Even if your backpack was empty, you still have the risk of hitting the turn signal button because we live in a world of gravity. The turn signal buttons are easy to hit in the backpack. It is inevitable. I was correct. I have an empty backpack and it is touching the turn signal buttons. Features are great, but they weren't thought out to the end when it came to practicality. I wanted to like this product, but it is a huge disappointment. I liked the look of it.
👤This is perfect. It is as described and I am happy to have purchased it. I wanted to add a little more safety to my riding. There is a The blinker will continue to blink right when plugged in and charged. No matter what you do, it will work. Wait for the full charge time and then try the remote. The blinker is an awesome unit and I would recommend it to anyone.
700 mah battery charges in 2. 5 hours with a microusb cable. The tail light is a rack mount. The NiteRider accessory is genuine.
👤The mount on my Ibera bike rack solved the problem of where to put my tail light when my rack was full. I own a set of head/tail light sets. The clip on this mount is a little wider than my tail light clip, but it works just fine and seems to provide secure support. The light won't fall out with excessive bumps if I flip the mount with the clip end down. The tail light was hanging too close to the tire. I used the center hole behind the light clip on the mount to attach my rack since I didn't want to raise it. The washer was included in the hardware. This solved the problem as well. This mount can be used for a lot of different mounts.
👤The Omega 300 tail light comes with a perfectly good seat post mount, but it gets blocked by anything I carry on my rear carrier. You would think that the NightRider rear carrier mount would solve the problem. The mount doesn't actually secure the light so that it won't fly out the first time you go over abump, but that's what they were smoking when they designed it. So it is. I never lost my Omega 300 because I realized this before I used it. They were good about letting me keep the device and refunding my money. If I can figure out a way to keep the light from sliding when latched in, I might use it. I could find a different light and mount. Night Rider should fire the Product Manager who put this silly item out.
👤I bought this because I had to find a place to put the backlight on while I had something on top of my rack, which would cover the backlight if I installed it under the seat. I found this piece while looking around and I think it does a great job. I can say that any light that comes with a standard clip to put on and take it off the mount will work with this one, even if it doesn't click into position. The installation is easy and the price is nice. Absolutely recommended.
👤There is a design flaw that doesn't hold my Omega 300. at all. 1. The guide bars are not the normal 3-sided holder. 2. If you look at the attached picture, you will see that the lock is sloping the wrong way. I will use the rubber mount that came with my light until the issues are fixed by NiteRider.
JOFLY is committed to providing their customers with high quality products. If you have a concern, please contact them. You get 1 x bike tail light, 1 x buckle, 1 x rubber band, 1 x cable, and 1 x user manual. The bike cargo net keeps your gear in place from the office to the grocery store. The most large, awkward cargo can be secured with their innovative Silicone material stretching from 8” x 8” to 2X. Unlike bungee cords, their bike rack bungee net has a tight 1” x 1” grid that is safe for smaller items. The bungee net bicycle is great for bags, a backpack or motorcycle helmet. Their bungee net for bike rack is made of molded thermoplastic hooks, so it won't slip off when you hit abump. The Bungee web is designed for universal compatibility. The cargo net is super-durable for use on bikes, cargo net motorcycle, or kayak and is made in the US with premium silicone material. It can sustain a strong pull, which will ensure its tension and stretch remain intact after each use. Their luggage net comes with 4 hooks, and additional hooks can be purchased separately. Delta is the brand you can trust with best-in-class U.S. based customer support.
👤I didn't buy this to protect the bicycle. It was bought to keep plastic things out of my dishwasher. It's small, but I bought multiples and hook them together in various configurations when needed. There is a Silicone is heat- resistant, and it works great for that. The hooks can be used to secure sides, bottom, and even finger-rings on mugs. I use it on the top rack, but also on the bottom rack if the plastic is not too close to the heating element. It keeps things in place while letting the water flow. There is a The black and grey product of "Boon" is more pleasing to the eye than their lime green product. There is a If you come across this review while looking for a bicycle product, but you have a dishwasher and use light plastic containers, you should consider it as one of those things you never thought you needed, but once you had it, wondered why you hadn't gotten it sooner...
👤I haven't had my cargo net long, so I can't vouch for its longevity, but this thing is perfect for extending your cargo capacity on a bicycle rack. I have carried pizza, a bag of groceries, and a turtle in the last two days.
👤I bought this because the lock on my bike was so heavy that the lock holder wouldn't fit on my bike frame. I secured the lock to my bike rack with bungee cords after getting rid of the lock holder. It took a long time. I bought the doohickey hoping it would cut down on time. It does a decent job, but it's too large to be used for this purpose in the pictures. I have to hook the hooks underneath the bike rack, over the lock, and back under the rack to get the tension tight enough to secure my lock. It's been useful in securing a cooler on a trip to the beach. I had to adapt the way I thought I could use it. I added a star because I was impressed by how well the net has held up. It has not broken or stretched out. I've tested it's limits with larger cargo items, such as a 12pk of toilet paper on a bike rack. You can come up with a different strap to use with this thing.
👤The product is odd and leaves the customer guessing. There is a The hook is rigid and won't snap onto heavy duty bike cargo rack with bars larger than 1/2 inch, because the size of the net at rest is 7.5x 7.5 inch. There is a The hooks don't fit on my electric bike cargo rack. I received two nets and will return them. The complete specifications in the product description or in the photos could have saved time and resources.
The design is great. Even when your ebike has no power, this rear light can let you be seen in dark. Product type is outdoor rebirth The package weight is 1.0 lbs.
👤The batteries were old. I bought new ones to see if it would work. It did, to my surprise. It's touchy and low quality. The on off switch is not consistent. Sometimes it works and sometimes you need to rattle it to make it work. If you don't get it to work before you ride, it will turn off when you hit road bumps. I paid more than 99 cents for this P.O.S., but I'll keep it, I just use it on a second bike.
👤Scotch tape over the light case solved the leak problem. Considering the large illumination and reflection surface area is not a big issue. It's similar to some cars' tail lights and reflectors. The price is less than 4D Toplight installed on my other bike. The bow shape of the 4D Toplight has a larger reflection angle. The sides of the reflectors are symbolic. The switch button and flash mode were two of the advantages that made me keep RavX. There is a I would still recommend it over the tiny tail lights. There is a * The light turns off after about 5 minutes on a ride. The light accumulated water inside after a short ride in the rain.
👤Two of these are the same. Very cheap and fragile. It's hard to make contact between the batteries and the lights. The bottom comes out fairly easily, because it's at the top. I've had the light go out on my bike more than once because of road turbulence, the ridge where two roads meet that you would barely notice in your car. I replaced mine with a more robust light that was not much more expensive.
👤I didn't know you needed to look for that feature in bike parts. Sometimes a stupid light needs to be whacked to work. It seems to be water resistant. There is a I know I need to look for features that are waterproof, light and in an appropriate color. There is a The first two seem to be universal.
👤Don't buy this light. I bought it last year and it did the same thing as the other customers said. You turn it on and think you have lighting, but you hit a roadblock and it shuts off. The housing of the batteries means that you have to take the light apart in order to change the battery, which is silly. You have to unbolt it from the cargo rack, take it apart, change the battery, and then bolt it back to the rack. It's a lot of work. I would give it zero stars if it was possible.
Free 1-year warranty for rear bike light, 60 days return, gift boxing wrapped, best present light for kids, and extra backup battery for the remoter. The rear light will turn on when the car comes from behind, great for riding on nights. Slow flash, breathing flicker, strobe mode and steady on are the light modes for your choice. The flashing light will turn on automatically in low brightness and turn off in high-intensity light, saving you time. A powerful wide beam red light is offered by the arrangement of 22 high-luminance COB red LEDs and 200 degree wide angle design. Keywell smart rear light has two different install systems. If you want to put on a bicycle, helmet, or tube, you can easily install it with a saddle fit aluminum alloy system and tube fit straps. The rear bike light run time can be up to 50 hours with the usb Rechargeable Long Llife battery. The taillight can be charged using a computer or power bank. The light won't get wet by rain if you have an aluminum alloy case. If you want to use it in the daytime, please turn the light mode to the steady on. This taillight has a function. Light intensity will be reduced under strong light.
👤The unit is in a box that is suitable for a gift. It has a saddle mount, seat post mount, charging cable, and Allen wrench. The instructions are in English. I tried to put it on my seat rails but it was not secured and was partially covered by my bag. It's easy to mount it to a set post but I can't find a good location. I put it on the license plate holder by drilling some holes in the rack. The auto on/off feature is great. It is bright. I don't know how long the battery lasts. The unit is well made.
👤The light is a solid purchase, but it's best used as a secondary light. It's not bright enough at the beginning. I can't say how accurate it is since I'm not able to see the light while I'm riding. It doesn't have full 180 visibility when used with the under-saddle mount. There is a The light is made of metal and has a plastic lens. There is a metal activation button in the center with 4 small blue LEDs that indicate the battery level, but I don't like the battery indicator as it doesn't stay on very long, so you have to pay close attention when checking the battery. I was able to time the camera to catch a photo of it. There is a rubber seal ring by the thread to keep the mount water resistant, and even after a few rain rides there has been no decrease in performance or sign of water damage. The under-saddle mount is strong. It's a piece of metal that fits on the rails of the saddle. I had to cut some nitrile exam gloves to give the screws and clamp pieces extra grip because mine came poorly made but still usable, but haven't had a problem since. I had to make sure there were no gaps between the interlocking pieces when I tightened the screws because the main mount had threads through it. The orange bumpers on the clamp made it compatible with both the round and oval saddle rails. There is a The seatpost mount is made of a threaded metal and has a'stretch-to-fit' fastening and metal hook. I had a style mount that held up well after a few years of abuse, but I lost the light, so I didn't use it anymore. This option is solid as well. There is a It's a solid product, but you get what you pay for. It's cheaper than most mid-range bike lights, and the quality reflects that. I still give the light 4 stars because it still works well, the light is solid, and the battery life is good, but I have to charge it once a week if I'm only working. If you're concerned about visibility, I would recommend putting it with a tail light with a wider viewing angle, rear wheel lights, or a reflective side wall. Don't bother with the auto on-off feature, it hasn't worked for me yet.
The bike light set includes 6 pieces of bike lights, 2 CR2032 button batteries for each light, and 10 extra batteries. The bicycle light can be used for a long time. The bike tail light is built with a large capacity battery. It can work for 50 hours after fully charged. There is a light mode. The bike tail light has different light modes. Even on the busiest roads, you can be seen. The strap for the taillight is easy to install. It is widely used, including helmet, stroller, scooter, skateboard, wheelchair, backpack, dog collar or anywhere you want. The waterproof bike tail light can be used on rainy days. The bike tail light has 9 pieces of 2835 LEDs which give a bright red light. You will have one year to test this bicycle taillight if you buy with conviction. Please contact them if you have any questions.
👤I had not done the evaluation of the light until I had a chance to test it. It has been 53 hours without a break. I highly recommend it.
👤They are sold as a pair, water tight, and a rechargeable battery with a light. As for being bright? Maybe not with the red covers. I think the red light is beingFILTERED by the red plexi. I haven't tried to disassemble. I have no intention of returning. I hope the manufacturer improves the brightness in the later revision of this product. To see the issue from a different perspective. The bike head light that came with a separate purchase is as bright as the flashlight on your phone. If you wanted to make this product brighter, you could tell it to show a red screen, but it wouldn't be as bright as the display on your phone.
👤If you put your seat tube in, does not have a piece to point level to the road. The light is pointed down towards the road because all bikes seat tubes are back. There are no mirrors around the lights.
👤Disappointed. One of the lights works well, but could be a little brighter, but it works for what it is. The second one doesn't work. The power switch won't turn on when the lights come on. It's not possible to take it apart and try to fix it. The cost and time involved when one of the two still works is the only reason I am not returning them.
👤At night, not very bright, but ok. There are four flash modes. The flashing pattern is not very good. 4 out of 5 stars.
👤I have one of these on each of our bikes, and it won't run out of charge. I also have other lights that are brighter that are running at the same time.
👤I have had lamps that mount on a seat post and they were easier to fit in. This one requires a flashlight, but I could do it by feeling in the dark. It's hard to tell if it's fastened correctly, so it may pop off during your ride.
👤These are the best lights I've ever used. They charge quickly and stay that way for a long time. I have been using them under my seat when I'm not pulling my trailer since I originally bought them. They have a lot of different patterns and they are very bright. Great product!
The NiteRider accessory is genuine. If you have a problem with installation, please check the installation video in front page or contact them directly. The bikeRACK CARRIER is for rear bikes. 50KG/110lb. capacity The seat is 35.5 x 14.2 cm. The measurement is 5.6 in. The rack is 53 x 17 cm/20.9 x 6.7 in. It's applicable for most bicycles. The kids' bike and the Trek Verve can't be used. Premium aluminum alloy is used in the ENEX rear bike rack carrier. More light, more durable, and more resistant tocorrosion. The luggage cargo rack can be protected from rust and scratches with black paint. It's possible to fit a load capacity up to 50 KG. Simple installation. The seat tube can be attached to the rear bike rack with a screw. The bike rack carrier is well organized. Attach the part to the bike with no need for holes. The bike rack can be installed by anyone. There is a safe warning reactor. The luggage bag can be protected from scratches from the wheels with the help of the barriers on the sides of the bike carrier rack. Panniers bags, luggage, and cargo can be fit. The package includes a rack body, support bar, screws, rubber gasket, form gasket, and installation tool. Also, note: If you don't receive the installation tool, please contact them.
👤I know it is a straight forward thing to some people, but I did not receive instructions. I was trying to figure out how to tighten everything up and it all worked out, but it was not a great experience.
👤I gave up after a few weeks of beating my head. I need to buy something else. There is a The bolts are too long and the assembly nuts can't be screwed down tightly. The result is a mess. The seatpost's quick release can't be tightened enough to hold it, and the hinge is loose. You can't use it as a seatpost rack. It sways wildly while you ride. The whole thing is going to a thrift store. I recommend you move on, I'm sorry I bought this.
👤I was able to install this relatively easy using the picture. Not including instructions seems to be a missed opportunity. Some of the pieces were scratched in shipping. I received it in plastic bags that were rubbing against each other.
👤The price was reasonable. There is no way this carrier can hold 50 kilogrammes of cargo. I had 2 half gallons milk, 5 cans of soup, and few frozen veggies in a cardboard box and it shook like a sledgehammer while I was riding. The two rods that support the rack were not strong enough to hold the heavy stuff. The location of the screw holes made it difficult to tighten the screws on the cargo rack.
👤The seat post is too weak to firmly attach the rack to the seat post and it broke three times. It was solved by replacing it with a bolt from the hardware store. A quick release doesn't come loose anymore.
👤I didn't know that my battery wouldn't fit in the usual place when I converted my full suspension bike to an ebike. I didn't have the tools to put it under the frame. I used the cargo rack and drill holes to make the battery fit. It is not the prettiest look. It did the job.
👤I'm usually good at figuring out how to assemble things, but this was pretty hard without instructions. There is a video posted in a review that shows how to assemble this. Good product so far.
👤It seems solid. Installation instructions are not included. It was installed OK. It was installed on the Townie Beach Cruzer 7. It wouldn't fit if the wife was shorter. The seat was lifted up just enough to allow it to be installed without resting on the fender. I don't know how it will hold up after a few days.
You can rest in knowing that this product is of the highest quality. It is covered against loss, theft, and defects in workmanship for as long as you own the product. A complete cycling safety system with a battery powered taillight and a rechargeable headlight. When connected to a port on the internet, you can fully charge in less than two hours. Up to 6 hours on strobe mode. 2.5 hours on the highest setting. Super Bright Day or Night uses the latest led technology to illuminate your path and keep you visible during both night and daytime. Drivers have more time to see and react to the blitzu drls even during daylight hours. The red taillight has a 220 wide-angle beam that can be seen from blocks away. It is easy to install without the need for tools, wires, screws, or extra batteries. Scooters, strollers, and wheelchairs are all suitable for use with lights. It is easy to remove for storing and charging. These lights have been built to resist adverse weather conditions. The front light is impact resistant and built to perform. It will last for years of use. Multiple lighting modes, including high, medium, low, and flashing, make the Headlight double as a handheld flashlight. It can be used when you are running, hiking, camping, road side emergency, walking your dog, cycling, power outage and more. You will be safe and secure at any time of the day, thanks to enhanced visibility and comfort. There are 3 modes of taillight, each with 36+ hours of runtime, strobe 72+ hours of runtime, and flash 96+ hours of runtime.
👤I've been avoiding biking at night because the neighborhood I live in is shady and there aren't many lights. I bought this after searching and comparing reviews for a long time. There is a This is the best purchase I've made on Amazon. I used it two nights ago and the moment the light came on the signs and the reflectors three blocks down were illuminated by the Blitzu. I kept looking behind me because I thought a car was coming because the road was in front of me. This might be brighter than my car's headlights. There is a The headlight comes off its mount so you don't have to redo it every single time. The lighting package for your bike is worth every penny because of the simple yet effective rear light. Take advantage of the reduced price and get this.
👤The on/off button stopped working after 2 months but the customer service ignored me.
👤The Blitzu 320 was delivered today. It was placed on my Diamondback. It's nice and bright. Powerful. The rear light is bright. Both were easy to mount.
👤The best bike lights! They're easy to fix. The team was praised.
👤We bought this one for our daughter's bike. The first week of February, we charged it. I noticed it wasn't turning on. We paid for the plug in. The blue light went off. It doesn't turn on after a day of charge. I sent 3 e-mails. 2 via Amazon and 1 via the website. There is a one year warranty and customer support. None exists in my experience.
👤My only mode of transportation has been my bike. There are times when I have to ride in the dark. The head light is great for the price. If you want more power, Blitzu has it on their website. The light is waterproof. The product description has the details. If you want to move it left or right, the base is easy to set up, no tools are required. The light is easy to use as a flash light because it is sliding off the base. There are 4 settings. Medium, high blink. There is a button to cycle through settings. The battery has ausb. The battery seems to last a long time. I understand that this is not a good measurement of time. It has a base, light, and a small tail light. This is a good deal. Check it out.
👤When I started working the afternoon shift at my current job, I was unsure as to when I would get the chance to ride the bike. The late wake up in the early afternoon meant little time before work to ride. I looked at some bike lights that were on sale on Amazon. Without a bright enough light, riding at night is a whole different experience and can lead to road defects. The headlight I bought was the Blitzu Gator 320. There is a I used to run a cheap Walmart light with a max brightness of around 60. This light is enough to help you be seen by others, but not enough to light the way in front of you. The battery life is bright. I found that a light of around 250 to 350 lumens should suffice to allow me to train on the roads I know in the Cumberland Valley. I found the Blitzu Gator 320, a light that is capable of spitting out over 300 lumens of light. There is a The Gator 320 has a run time of just over 2 hours on it's bright setting, and I've found it to last up to 3.5 hours on lower settings. It operates in 4 different settings; high, medium, and low, and a one-second strobe that operates on the bright setting. The previous cheap light was not as bright as the low setting was. I found myself on rides that were moonlit and completely dark. There is a If the battery gets low, the light may start flickering, which is an indication that the battery is dying. You can usually get another 60 minutes or so of use out of the light on the low setting, which will help you from becoming completely stranded without any light. There is a It seems like a minimum for riding country or unfamiliar unlit roads at night time. On a cloudy night miles from town, your vision range is only about 15-40 feet. If you plan to log a lot of night miles, you might want to consider a higher rated light. The Gator 320 is convenient. It is possible to charge a bike light with a microUSB wall charging or computer port and it will reach full charge in about 2 hours. Durability and Versatility. The light is versatile and durable. You won't have to worry about water getting into this light, even at 50 miles per hour, with an IPX5 water resistance rating. The quick-release button on the side near the mount allows you to quickly remove the headlight and use it as a flashlight without taking the entire mount off. The mount allows for the headlights to be removed, so you can see the deer on the side of the road with just a push of the finger. In the dark, beauty contests won by this headlight probably won't happen. The front end of the Gator 320 is jagged, but the rest of the shell is smooth, and the black of the headlight feels a bit rubbery. A power button is on top of a rubber cover. When I mount the light on my own bike, this positioning is usually reversed, with the power button on the bottom. The mount is able to hold the light in place in an upright position, which is more than enough to keep the light from rolling over. There is a Those who want to do some short nighttime training rides on familiar roads or those who need a bright commute light for late night rides can use the Blitzu Gator 320. It is affordable to most and is much brighter than those in big box stores.
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