Now this is what we like to call a bright idea! Straight out of Stockholm, these little USB lights throw out some serious lumens from the safety of their sleek weatherproof shells. Easy to attach and even easier to operate, these Bookman lights draw their power from micro-USB chargeable lithium-ion core. No assembly required, batteries not needed.
The USB Light is compact, lightweight and amazingly bright. It fits all bicycles and is quick and easy to attach to the handlebar or saddle pole with an elastic rubber band. Its large button on the upper side makes the light easy to turn on and off, even with winter gloves and its micro USB port make it easy to recharge the battery.
- The USB Light is weather resistant and can be used all year round
- Run time = 5 hours (steady) - 25 hours (flashing)
- Visibility = Over 500 meters
- Modes = Steady/Flashing/Off
- Contents = Front Light (white led), Rear Light (red led), USB/micro USB cable
- Designed in Sweeden
- Made in China
Bookman Company Profile: Bookman was set up with one goal in mind, to inspire more style-conscious people to see that traveling in the saddle can be a way of life that combines style, convenience, design and fun with inspiration coming from the buzzing bike seen in Europe where it is evident that getting on a bike is not reason enough to disregard dressing well.
Bookman are continuously striving to design more functional solutions for your everyday cycling needs, focusing on the little details that have previously been overlooked and incorporating cycling and style in all our products. We aim to provide you with an ever-expanding range of different products to add a personal touch on your ride while keeping you safe.
Featured in stores all around the world from concept boutiques such as Colette in Paris, to museum shops like MoMA in NYC and the London Design Museum in the UK, to more bicycle oriented stores such as Curbside Cycle in Toronto. Also appearing in some very cool media forums around the globe; American men’s magazine Details, Velo’s 2nd gear book, British GQ, The Sunday Times Style, Nordic architecture and design magazine FORM, The Cool Hunter and on WIRED, just to name a few.