CITY SUPREME STEADY LIGHT SET W/BACKUP
$109.99 CAD $29.99 CAD
This ain't no magic trick but it sure feels like one. These are the first bicycle lights to use eddy currents rather than batteries, dynamos, or even magnets. The first time we installed these on a bike we were simply astonished. You simply mount these lights, turn the wheel, and they turn on. You can hear a cool little humming sound as the lights generate electricity. We could use the word 'revolutionary' but this feels more like 'game changer.' Gone are expensive, heavy dynamos and gone are battery lights. Reelight brought the world the first battery-free, magnetic lights but this is next level. This light also features a battery back-up so it will continue running on stored energy while stopped.
- Battery free brightness!
- Steady light (does not flash)
- Capacitor keeps lights operating while stopped
- Runs on eddy currents
- Easy to install
- Removes quickly from brackets
- Bracket mounts on front fork and rear seat stays
- Requires aluminum rims (most bikes are)
- Designed in Denmark
|CITY SUPREME W/BACKUP|
|BATTERY OR USB||Battery free!|
|REMOVEABLE OR BOLT-ON||Removable|
|STANDLIGHT||Yes, light continues operating on stored energy while stopped|
|SUITABLE FOR:||City Bikes, Hybrid Bikes, Trekking Bikes, Electric Bikes|
|USAGE||Front fork, rear seat stays|
|MANUFACTURED||Designed in the Denmark, Made in China|
|WARRANTY||1 year from purchase date unless otherwise stated|
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