The package weight is 1.0 lbs. The bicycle tail light has 60 lamp beads, which can reach 120 lumens, and a unique design that can reach a wide angle. It can be used in backpacks, helmets, strollers and any other scene that requires a bicycle. You can switch the tail light with a push of a button. It is waterproof to IPX6 to prevent water from splashing from any angle. The taillight can be charged by computer or any device with ausb port. The large-capacity battery can support up to 14 hours of lighting, and takes only 2 hours to fully charge. It is easy to install, use rubber bands to secure the taillights. You can mount it on a seatpost, on a stroller, on a dog harness, on a backpack, on a safety belt, or on any other place you want.
👤The light can be mounted to the seat post and it will move to a horizontal or vertical position. The rubber strap is strong and appears to last as long as the light. Rechargeable batteries are more convenient. The light is pointed in view of traffic behind you because the mount is slightly bevelled to counter the angle of the seat post. The power button is easy to use and allows you to switch between flashing patterns. The flashing patterns can be seen at night. There is a I think it is adequate for the cost. I might buy another and put one on each seat rail because it is only 120 lumens. This is a great budget light for cyclists that don't have much. In the day, lights are important as much as at night.
👤Unless I am very impressed, I almost never write reviews. The light deserves to be reviewed and HairMax hopes it helps you. I almost blinded myself by turning it on. No way to miss the light. I like the option of various colors, combinations of operation, one color, more colors, blinking, steady, low or high brightness. It's very easy to switch between modes, just press the button. It is possible to charge via theusb. I think this is a plus and a minus. I don't worry about batteries, but I don't always have access to ausb charging if I'm on the road, and I'm pretty sure you have to replace the light once the battery dies. I don't think this is an issue at this price. If the light lasts a year, I would buy again. I am very impressed with this light. The rubber strap is very heavy duty and rotates so you can use it vertically or horizontally. I have nothing bad to say about this light. There is a JF.
👤I've been looking for a blue or pink light that could fit on the bottom of my roller skates. These fit perfectly. The mounting screw is under 3 cm and it is a little under 7 cm. There is a The rubber mounting band is tilted and even. I think it's a good idea to go on the back of a bicycle. It would be easier for me if it was not slanted. I replaced the rubber band that I had with a different one.
👤The light is bright. There is no indicator light to let me know when it is fully charged. I put it on the charge overnight. I know it's good to go for my next ride.
If you don't like their lights, you can return them for a full refund within 30 days. There is noticeable technology during daytime hours. 75 percent of cycling accidents happen in the dark. The latest technology in the 168t keeps you visible at both night and daytime. Keeping you and your family safe. Usb has a battery. It's a good idea to replace batteries every week. Don't waste money on batteries again. It comes with a cable that can be used to charge your computer, power bank, or device. Make it the best rear light. To keep you safe. The 260 degree wide angle visual design provides more visibility than any other light on the market. These safety lights will keep you safe while you are running, walking, skateboarding, or hiking. It was easy to use. You can put it on your belt, running gear, reflective vest, backpack, dog collar, harnesses, or anywhere on your clothing. It's possible to put a mount on your bicycle, helmet, skateboard, scooter, stroller, wheelchair, or anywhere you want. Order now with no risk. The products are promised to be of the top quality. Share one set with a friend or family member. Every purchase comes with friendly customer service from the manufacturer.
👤At first, I liked this light. It stopped working after a few months. There is a At the end of my 10 minute commute, it would turn off. After the first few times, I thought it might be a battery issue, but after being fully charged, it would do this again. There is a Yeah. It's not safe to not have your back light working on busy streets. I let him know. They said they would be happy to replace it. I had to pay to ship the broken one back to them. It seems like a great way to not have to back up your warranty. Who makes you send a product back? If it was a smart phone or something that cost money... Most manufacturers would eat the price of shipping. For a light of $20. It seems like a bad taste. There is a I paid for it and took the time to ship it back, so who will say that the USPS will get it to you and I my replacement? No thanks. I'll buy a light somewhere else.
👤I would like to give this light 3.5 stars, but since I can't, I will give it 4. It is bright enough that it will get the attention of drivers, cyclists, and other people. I have attached a few images from behind the bicycle. I attached a video clip of the highest flash setting. I ride my bike on a path most of the time, as well as on dimly lit streets. There is a Inexpensive. It seemed hard to beat the money. It was easy to mount. Strapped to the seat post tube. It could be mounted in 4 different orientations. It was easy to use. Press and hold to enter flash/strobe mode. It is not difficult to navigate. There are 6 total modes. The average brightness was a cons. I think it is 168 lumens. If you want something brighter, look elsewhere. This light is used for illumination. It feels a bit cheap. I can feel the flex of the port cover if I apply pressure. It's a decent tail light, at the $20 mark. It seems like it is not bad. I will keep you updated with the run time. I use it on the High flash when I ride, so that should give a good estimate for how long it will last. There is a * Average time has been about 2 hours. It emits light after 2 hours, but not to the point that I would consider it effective to use. I've been using it in flashing mode. I have no reservations about this light. It's great as a safety light. You won't run the risk of blinding people if you are seen. The charging works well. Don't spend money on lights that have replaceable batteries. It isn't worth your money. You can get one that can be used. There were no issues with recharging. There is a There is a method for this.
Excellent customer service is provided by them, they are guaranteed to be the high-quality material. If you have a question about your order, please contact them. The Zonke Smart Bike Tail Light has an automatic break detection and improved safety feature. This feature can be used in Flashing or Pulsing Mode, and the tail light can be switched to Steady On light in 3 seconds. The bike tail light has four different light modes and a power-saving mode. After 30 seconds of daytime activity, each light mode transitions into the power-save mode and uses smart technology to adjust the brightness levels. The Strobe and Steady. This power-save feature is included in On Mode. The Zonke Smart Tail Light can be removed from the bike mount for hassle-free charging. It is waterproof to all weather conditions. Water can enter the port if the rubber port plug is not secured. To install the Zonke Smart Tail Light, you just need to mount the device to the bike's saddle or seat rail and secure it with heavy-duty cable ties or bands. There are no additional tools required. Their smart light can be attached to strollers, wheelchairs, pet harnesses, children's bikes, backpacks, and helmets to keep bicyclists safe. All of their bike tail lights are risk-free. They offer a 30-day money back and a 12-month warranty. Experience the difference that real quality makes when you get a Zonke Smart Tail Light.
👤The Smart Bike Tail Light was easy to install. There are two options for mounting. I put it under my seat and the zip ties held it in place. There are four different options for the light, one of which is a flashing light. Cars can see me better at night or when it is cloudy.
👤It is very bright, it matches my bike lights nicely. I highly recommend this product for your scooter or bike.
👤I use the rear light on my bike differently now. I can use it on the go with my travel charger, because it has a quick charge. The light is easy to use and attach to my bike.
👤I like it very much. Since I bought it, it has been great for me. A good product. Will buy again.
👤The product works well and has good battery life. I am happy with my purchase and will buy again. My visibility improves on the road with my brake tail lights.
A built in reflector increases visibility to motorists and other cyclists. There are 3 flashing modes and 1 steady mode that can be used to tailor output for time of day or weather conditions. Bolts on to most standard rear racks will allow you to block seatpost mounted lights. You can use it right out of the box with 2AAA batteries.
👤The light is bright. There are 3 different flash on options. I have no fear that the light will be knocked out by a direct impact with the light, because the light snaps firmly into place on the brackets. The combining of the light with a reflector was the attribute that drew me to this light. The light is reflected in the outer sections. It is required by most local regulations if you have a rear light. Compliance is made easier by combining the two. The position of the on/off button was something I had a problem with. The button is on the back side of the light. The design of the brackets is combined with that. The button ends up in front of the rack frame when using the two horizontal mounting holes. The vertical mounting holes are where the button is located. All has been done for now. The fact that others have mentioned the button ending up in an awkward position gives me pause when I think it's just a coincidence. This taillight is worth keeping because of the work that was done for the issue. And worth the money. I would recommend this product with a note.
👤It's not as bright as the tail lights. It wouldn't be easy to see during the day. If you're less hardcore and want it for when it's dark, this is great. There are different flash modes as well as steady on. The button is mounted on the back of the unit, which is not easy to press. The main outer cover of the tail lights was changed instead of the other way around to make it easier to place the button. I can turn it on and off, but I can't find the button; it's not very close to me. It is mounted on a heavy duty rack.
👤The light is connected to the brackets with a horrible design. The light is moving. At first, it seems okay. When you hit a bump on your bike, the bike goes off the brackets. It happened to me twice in the first two days of using the light. The light flew off the brackets because they were not huge bumps. I used double sided tape to keep the light on. The light is not as bright as it could be. It does the job. Don't buy this light if you want a bright light. It is a good light for the money, other than the design and brightness issues. It was easy to install. It is definitely durable since it came off during rides twice. When hitting pavement, the light didn't break.
Every order includes 2 strands of lights for 2 bike wheels so you can make the world brighter. Have fun with the bike lights. Their best-selling rear bike light just got better. The Guard G3X Pro 100 bike back light has been upgraded to a brighter, easier to mount, and waterproof version. Extra safety is included. The bicycle rear light has an extra-wide 180 degree beam angle for safe illumination at day and night, and 7 lighting settings to complement any time of day. Their bike taillight is fitted with a powerful battery that lasts 2 months and is 10% longer than most competitors. You can connect the red bike tail light to any port for a quick charge. Every bike needs to be fit. The bicycle taillight is instantaneous. The new mounting system is easy to use. Universal compatibility is achieved with 4 different-sized mount rings and 4 Silicone mounts. The bike tail light is designed to last and is made of impact-resistant plastic and IPX5 waterproof. The Apace Vision 30-day no-questions-asked return policy and a year-long warranty is what every light kit is backed by. Get yours with complete peace of mind today.
👤The light is fine. It has many functions and is very bright. I bought this light because the last light on my bike fell off. I ride on rough rural roads in Maine. There is a You have to remove the bike from it's cradle to get the light to charge. It wouldn't last on my bike. I would drive up and down the road looking for the spot where my light had fallen off. I don't recommend it for rough roads or country riding. I wonder how long the rubber band will hold up because you have to stretch it in order to take the light off. There is a My advice to the manufacturer is to use the nice light they have and use another way to attach it to a bike. It doesn't mean that it won't get some bumps along the way, just because it is going onto a bicycle.
👤Form and function are important. If you have an aero seatpost, the mount pads might not be the best. You can probably find a way to mount it. It's too large for most seat stays and doesn't mount on saddle rails or saddle bags. It's best for round seat posts that anything is possible with some creativity. There are a lot of mounting pads and bands. The slightly large size is good to me. It allows high total ouput without high intensity. It's easier to focus on and locate, even though it's still visible at a distance. The pad and band weigh about 52 grams. It seems to be rain proof. It looks and feels good. It charges in about two hours. It is consistent with the claims. There is a In the daytime, the daybright mode is very nice. My friends commented on how far up the road it was in the daytime. I think it's using a small amount of the full 100 lumens to get attention and last a long time. I wouldn't use that at night. The pulse mode is interesting at night. I am not a fan of blinky modes at night, but pulse dims and brightens smoothly without going off, improving ability to focus on the light while still getting some improved peak brightness without the reduction of a steady bright mode. There is a Mode claims. It comes with a manual with the modes listed. There is a 7 hours is similar to Slow flash but brighter. DayBright flash is 15 hours and brite pulse is 4.5 hours. Performance testing is done. I've done some quantitative testing on this light. I measure it twice the total output of a 50-lumen claimed moon, and it has a similar beam pattern. That light is a smaller and lighter-weight light that fits on seat-stays. The lights are not as bright as they used to be as the voltage depletes. It's common for lights to not have true voltage regulation, which requires a little more electronics. The low mode is about 1/6 the output of the high mode initially. This seems to be in line with the claims of one of the competitors. There is a I tried to test the daybright mode but didn't have the right equipment. It appears not as bright as the high mode, but it is hard to see fast pulse. I was able to get readings that were not far off of full brightness, even though I didn't have fast triggered sensors, and it's very visible from a distance. There is a After 20 minutes on the high steady mode, it goes down to about 75% brightness, but then goes down again to about 75% from a timed step-down, and then goes down again after 1 hour. I get almost 3 hours of running before I switch to blink mode. I'm happy that it's longer, because it lasts about 1.25 hours. There is a The two steps are not related. It would seem that they exist to extend the run time while still getting the initial high output. It is less likely that you will realize that the step downs are done in multiple steps. If I reset the light after each step down, it follows a similar output curve as the Moon light, and gets a runtime of 1.5 hours, not the claimed 2 hours. The high mode is like a "turbo boost". It will drop back down after you get through a few miles of dense city traffic. It seems like it's cheating on the claims, or at best not explained up front, and I think it's not an ideal configuration. If I want to use high for a short time, I'll do that, and if I need low for a long time, I'll change to low. There is a The customer support manager has been responsive and sympathetic. I think he's sincere in saying he wants to fix the issue, because he did discuss with their manufacturers and verify the issue. I don't think they can fix it and still get a claimed 2hr run time. I think it's still a great light, but they should remove the step downs. Their most direct competitor has the same battery capacity and they don't add up. I understand the need to compete to sell lights. There is a Overall: A long running light with great day and night capabilities, especially for the price, but some limitations in mounting options and some dubious performance claims that might not hold up to what you'd expect from the description. Customer service seems sincere in addressing it, and the light can still be a great buy, especially at the promotional price of about 3x less than the competitor.
The rear reflector tail light is a perfect combination of the night reflection function and tail light, it makes your night riding safer. The rear bike light is made of high-quality aluminum alloy and plastic, durable and practical to use. Safe steady mode, on/off switch. Can help you ride in the dark. The bike taillight is wide used. Fit for most bikes. The spacing of the mounting screws is easy to install. The rear luggage rack has a bicycle reflective tail light that is stable and firm, and you can easily fix it with the mounting screws. It can be disassembled and not damage the bicycle. The package includes a reflective taillight.
👤The on/off switch is only on when it is placed in the middle. It was a bit difficult.
👤Would it be better to blink?
👤Only one led was not very bright. The tail light is made of cheeply and only has one function, either off or on.
There is triple security protection. The reflective straps on the side of the panniers are to make sure you are safe in the dark. You can hang a rear light on the back of the taillight strap to enhance your visibility. The bonus fluorescent green rainproof cover helps others find you when you are riding in rainy or humid conditions. There is a tool free installation. Rdffensy. The bike trunk bag can fit on most bike carriers thanks to the adjustability of the straps. Please order the new version if you have a rack over 5.6” 21L Large capacity and great organizer. The bike rack bag has a main compartment and two side pockets. The rack bag is large enough to hold all the essentials. It's a good commuter bag because it has enough room for lunch. Good quality and durable material. The bike pannier bag is made of 800D Oxford fabric and has a PU coating. The zip is very smooth to access. The Rdffensy bicycle trunk bag has foam-Padded sides and strong Velcro for maximum protection and stability. Even empty, it stays upright and doesn't move to the side with the supportive sides. The bottle holder and taillight holder are compatible. The side water bottle case is made of strong material and can hold water bottles, energy drinks, shakes, and coffee cups. The back of the bicycle rack bag has a small taillight hanger that you can attach to a rear light.
👤The bag seems to be well made and has the ability to hold a lot of items. The bag on the rear bike rack tends to shift towards the side where the plastic fastenings are located, which is a problem. The straps that go under the bag could have been longer. If you want to make sure the bag doesn't shift, you should install a third strap with a plastic fastening that is located on the opposite side of the bike rack. A bag with longer attachment straps was provided by Rdffensy to fit a fat tire bike. The bag is securely attached to the bike rack with the longer straps. The longer straps show that Rdffensy listens to the consumer and will improve its product to make it better. The bag's storage is very good, as each side compartment can expand to provide additional storage of about three feet. This additional storage capacity combined with the middle portion of the bag allows for a lot of flexibility when it comes to what you bring along with you. The bag is well made and has good storage.
👤There are many great things about this bag. It stands up even when not filled, so you don't get a weird flat look. It holds a lot. The main compartment is large enough to hold everything you need for a bike ride or commute to work. It can be difficult to figure out the large side compartments. The top has a zip code that goes underneath. The sides fit nicely along the outside without making it look bulky. It is easy to remove a bike rack so you can carry it. The bag's hold on it can't be seen until you put it underneath the bag. It holds a water bottle. I have found no negatives in the bag.
👤I wasn't sure if this bag would work on my Planet Bike Eco rack, but it does! The bag's two front straps and two bottom straps keep it in place even if the end sticks off the back of the rack. I'm glad to have the bottle holder at the end of the bag because I don't have a place to put it on my bike. The main part of the bag is large enough for most of my needs, but it's nice to have the pockets on each side in case I ever need them. Even though the side pockets are closed, there is a flat pocket on each side that is great for carrying small items like my foldable bike trail map. The bag is sturdy and well constructed. I'm happy I found this bag, and I recommend it to everyone.
You can use it right out of the box with 2AAA batteries. It was made using sustainable methods. It was made using high quality materials. Quality andDurability are tested. Attaches to the rear rack. The tail lights are compatible.
👤I love my rear light. I bought this one because Blitzu doesn't have a tail light mount. The holder where the light slides in is too large for my dog. I attached 2 faced tape to the back of the insert and it held up. I will have to replace the tape as I take out the light to charge it, but it works. The mount is plastic. I roll over bumpy city streets with my light shining bright, but it doesn't pose a safety hazard. A less intense light could be a problem. You have to be careful not to over tighten the screws. There is a I was surprised that it was hard to find a mount that worked. I would have thought the mount latch would be universal in size. If you want to get the same configuration, you have to remove the strap from the seat post and then remove the latch from the vehicle.
👤I attached it upside down with the locking tab pointing upwards. Someone noted that it would interfere with the bag sliding in on the Topeak rack. The tab is attached with the photos showing it down. There is a If you have a long vertical light, it could get close to the wheel once locked in. I have an inch and a half of clearance with my road bike, which is more horizontal than the photo shows.
👤I lost my light. It was hung from the loop on the back of my Topeak bike bag, which was the only place to mount it on my bike frame. It fell off before. I didn't notice this time. If someone finds my light intact, they will benefit. There is a I bought a Planet Turbo light and a bracket. I mounted this to my Topeak bike bag. I drilled through the flap. I made a backing plate from a broken Hefty tote to hold the nuts and washers inside the bag. The light is locked in place because it does not look dorky. Ride on!
👤It was what I needed for my Portland Design Works light and my wife's Planet Bike Light. If it has four holes, why not have four mounting bolts? Why only two? I have a Topeak rack that has four mounting holes that are in perfect alignment with the four holes on the clip. If I had been able to use all four, I would be more secure, but I had to make a choice between the two horizontal holes. The two vertical felt a little more robust than the other way around. I will have to find small bolts at a hardware store to fit in the other two holes.
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.
If you ever have any issues with it, they will either replace it or give you a full refund, so you can buy it with confidence. There are two light versions that can run for up to 100 hours on Super flash mode and up to 60 hours on steady. The bike light is battery powered. It runs on two batteries. It's a great light for providing more awareness to other riders and drivers. Water resistance is provided by the Rugged outer shell. Seat post and seat stay mounts are included in multi-mounting options. The bicycle light has flashing and steady modes. There are 2 eXtreme LEDs and a 1/2 watt BlazeXtreme.
👤This is the second one I have bought and I have tried at least six other brands. This is my pick for the best value, even though it is the same model. The flashing patterns are useful. The light is red. It holds out water well, and is a regular use as I bike-commute year-round in Alaska. Many other brands have shoddy clips that break in the cold or just for no reason, so the clip is the biggest reason I went back to this one. I like that this uses batteries so I can just leave a couple in my bike bag to swap out when they are dead. I like having a back-up front light, but it is more of a rush for the rear. This is the rear light I use for my bike commute in Alaska. I like to go to NiteRider for a front light, but they have terrible tail-light clips.
👤I own one of these lights. It runs on batteries and is very long to run from one set of batteries. It can be installed on the seat post or on a saddle bag with a clip. It was a great light when it was 5 years ago. Its brightness is listed as just 7 lumens, which is mediocre by today's standards. The range of tail lights you get is from 50 to 200. My son and I went for a ride on a saddle bag. One of the recent smartBT, ANT+ remotely controllable models has a fancy chargeable rear light. The Planet Bike flashes are weak compared to the brighter light. They add to the overall safety, but it is not much. It would be a poor choice for daylight visibility if it was the only light. 5 years ago, I thought it was a great light, now it is a low end light, it was one of the best, but the batteries leaked and rendered it useless. I think it's still a good choice for those who ride in the evening or at night, because they don't need it to be super bright.
👤I have purchased two of these in the last three years. I think I got two that slipped by quality control, given the high praise and ratings here. The cover detached from the unit. It wasn't as if I had been pounding down a rough trail, as I was riding a level bike path. The cover was rubber-banded to the rear with the second unit. I replaced the original batteries with better ones after it stopped working. It flashed perfectly. After an hour of riding, it wasn't blinking and nothing, but a lot of pressing the button. It was thrown into the trash. I have a different brand of blinker that works perfectly. That will be my go-to brand in the future. Also, note: There was no problem with my two PB lights being visible.
👤The Planet Bike Super flash tail light works by batteries, which is rare with bike lights nowadays. I don't want to take my lights on and off continually, who thought that was a good idea? The batteries last and last, and will cost you less than the increased price of the lights. The Planet Bike products are water resistant, but I haven't ridden them in the rain. The light is bright enough to see, and the brackets could fit most bikes. The tall light came apart during transportation, showing that it isn't as strong as it could be. Simple solution: tape the case or remove the light. The Plant Bike tail light has only one negative comment. The price is too good and the product is good enough to warrant another order.
Disc Lock, Allen Key, 2 Keys, Storage Bag, 4 ft Reminder Cable, and batteries are included. You are more visible in riding with the high-lumen COB led, bike brake light, daytime strobe and flashing lights. The super bright braking light warn road users when to slow down or stop. The led bike tail light will make 3 levels of alarm when the bicycle is touched. It is noticeable to deter a theft from stealing your bicycle. Make your cycling safety a priority. If the rear bike light is moving or vibrating, the daytime strobe auto turn on, otherwise the bicycle tail light will go off. Don't worry about forgetting to turn on the taillight. The bike tail light with intelligent sensor, rear flashing and breathing light turn on automatically in low brightness and turn off in high-intensity light, which makes riding more convenient. You can save time by changing the rear bike light. It's easy to use, it has a safe and waterproof battery, and the back light is waterproof, so it can be used even in bad weather.
👤I have ordered from this vendor before and have been very happy, but this item blows everything else out of the water. The light functions are amazing and the antitheft siren is very loud and effective in this day and age of bicycle theft. It gives a loud warning if anyone touches your bike. If they insist on taking it, the light will flash and the sirens will sound, drawing attention to the thief. You have thought of everything. All my friends will be recommended by me.
👤My adult daughter's Trek Marlin 5 bike was stolen out of her husband's truck in Ventura, CA while they were eating lunch after a 30 mile bike ride. The chain lock was cut and taken from her bike. My son-in-law's bike was not taken out of it's lock. Goes to show that any bike is a target for thieves. I've looked at bike alarms before, but I was afraid they would be too loud or be too sensitive, and that they wouldn't be effective. I came across this one after I thought of a bike alarm. My daughter and her husband received two of the four gifts I bought for them. We tested it as an alarm system. It worked as described. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it wasn't earsplitting, but it had a lot of loud volume, which I fear would cause someone to accidentally bumps our bikes when we're in a bike rack. The other features were very nice. If the product holds up well beyond the first impression, it's a good price. I will be buying more for gifts. I understand some people's issues with the mounting, but we had no issues. Since I don't worry about it functioning as a light, I'm ok if my trunk bag covers it while attached to the seat post, as I already have a light on my trunk bag for the few times I use it, so long as the alarm sounds. I will update my review if there are any issues with the four we bought.
👤The tail light is automatic. When you stop for a period of time, the light goes off. When you slow down, the brake light illuminates to warn others that you are stopping. The alarm is loud and should deter anyone from trying to steal your bike. It's sensitive and can go off if someone else puts their bike in the same bike rack. The bicyclebell function is not friendly and instead emits a loud burst from the alarm. As you pass, it may startle other riders or pedestrians. The setup is easy and the battery life is good. The light can be quickly charged with the provided cable. Highly recommended!
👤The brake light is one of the best I have ever used, you can charge it via theusb cable provided, mount it to your seat post, or just under your seat, and you are set. The brake light has different modes. I don't know what happens when you turn a corner if it is a smart brake light. The alarm can be set if you leave the bike locked up and if it is touched. There is a button on the remote that you can press to sound an alarm on your bike. I am not sure if this would have helped me when I was being harassed on my bike. It might startle someone enough to give you a break. If you need to shut off the alarm, the remote works from a distance. One charge lasts for a while, and I bike everyday. I charge the light a couple of times a week.
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