Johan Lidehäll, David Axelsson, Victor Kabo, and Fredrik Lindström were no strangers to the dark streets of Stockholm. Biking is the preferred mode of transportation for Swedish students to get around, and those risky rides after dusk sparked this gang of college grad's brilliant idea for these lights! The minimalist LED lights attach to any bike frame with a simple elastic cord, and light up at the touch of a button. Small but strong, they not only make bikers more visible to late-night drivers, but they're also powerful enough to help illuminate the road ahead you, so you can swerve out of the way of potholes and dangerous debris.
The lights are programmed to hold the same brightness for the entire run time and will stay strong for 5 hours steady and 25 hours flashing. The light is fitted with a micro-USB port for recharging the battery using your computer. A dead battery can be rebooted to full in just 2 hours. A battery indicator, located on the back of the light, signals when the battery is low, charging, or fully charged. Made in China.
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