NSE-A1-4R3

Nite Ize See'Em LED Mini Spoke Lights

Nite Ize See'Em LED Mini Spoke Lights

Description

The Nite Ize See'Em LED Mini Spoke Lights turn bicycle wheels from "hard to spot" to "impossible to miss".

Features

  • Twist On/Off
  • Glow Mode: Compact, Convenient Illumination
  • Weather Resistant
List Price
$13.99
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$12.12
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Details

Easy to attach and reposition and molded of tough, durable plastic, they're backed with stainless steel clips specially designed to snap securely onto oval, round, and bladed (flat) bicycle spokes. A bright, long-lasting LED (powered by a replaceable lithium battery) is activated by a simple twist, and can be seen in even the darkest night to keep you seen and safe while riding your bike. Not only that - when the wheels are spinning, See'Em create the ultra-attention-getting effect of a moving circle of light. Use one or several on each wheel to create your own signature bands of color.

  • Now available in a 4 pack featuring 2 Red, 1 Blue and 1 Green See'Em™
  • Twist on/off
  • Glow mode - compact, convenient illumination
  • Battery Run Time: 24 hours
  • Includes easily replaceable batteries - CR 927 3V Lithium
    Weather resistant
  • Easy to attach and remove on most common spoke types - oval, round and bladed (flat)
  • Product Dimensions: 1" x 1" x .75" (single unit) Weight: .18 oz (single unit)



NOT FOR USE WITH CARBON SPOKES

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Nite Ize See'Em LED Mini Spoke Lights NSE-A1-4R3 See'Em LED Mini Spoke Lights, 4 Pack
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