NBL2-06-02-10

Nite Ize BikeLit Combo Lights

Nite Ize BikeLit Combo Lights

Description

The Nite Ize BikeLit Combo Lights attach to the front and rear of a bicycle to provide a steady beam and continuous flash.

Features

  • Easily attaches to any bicycle with not tools required
  • Ambient glow can be seen up to a mile away
  • Signal bike's front/rear orientation to oncoming traffic
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$13.99
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$12.12
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Cyclists who ride at night/early morning know how important it is to see and be seen by their fellow commuters. That's why we designed our BikeLit to not only light your way, but also immediately signal your bike's front/rear orientation to oncoming traffic. Like the universally recognized headlights and taillights of a car, the BikeLit comes in two colors: white attaches to the front cables, (illuminating the path ahead and letting people know you're coming their way), and red clips to the rails under the seat (clearly marking the rear of your bike). Attachment is quick and easy - no tools required.

The long-lasting LED of our BikeLit emits a bright, ambient glow that can be seen up to a mile away. Two modes to choose from - steady beam and continuous flash. Water-resistant, it's powered by two replaceable batteries (included), to keep you and your bike safely seen in the dark for years to come.

Features:

  • Weather resistant
  • Easily replaceable 2 x 2016 3V lithium battery included
  • Easily attaches to any bicycle - no tools required
  • Glow and Flash Modes
  • Battery Life: 20hrs Glow / 25hrs Flash
  • Weight: .8oz/23g
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Nite Ize BikeLit Combo Lights NBL2-06-02-10 BikeLit combo lights, red and white
$12.12
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