SKL-03-10

Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights

Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights

Description

The Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights increase the visibility of a bike rider in the dark.

Features

  • Fits most common 3 spoke cross pattern wheels
  • Stays secure, even during off-road riding
  • Shock and weather resistant
List Price
$8.99
Your Price
$6.73
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

With our LED SpokeLit on your bicycle wheel, you'll be clearly visible on your nighttime spins, in (if we may say so ourselves) a very cool way.

The easy-to-attach Nite Ize LED SpokeLit is the perfect way to increase your visibility, safety, and cool factor when you're riding your bike in the dark. Fueled by an efficient LED, this handy little device has two illumination modes - steady glow and continuous flash - to choose from. Press it onto the spokes of your wheel and slide towards the rim until the fit is tight, and it stays securely in place. And, here's the fun part: the SpokeLit not only marks your bike plainly in the dark, when you're riding at medium speed or faster, it creates the attention-getting effect of a moving circle of light. Water and shock resistant, it fits almost all kids' and adults' bike sizes.

  • Fits most common 3 spoke cross pattern wheels
  • Easily attaches - no tools required
  • Stays secure, even during off-road riding
  • Shock and weather resistant
  • Easily replaceable 2 x 2016 3V lithium battery included
  • Battery run time:
    • Glow mode: 20 hours
    • Flash mode: 25 hours
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights SKL-03-10 Spokelit LED spoke light, red
$6.73
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Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights SKL-03-28 Spokelit LED spoke light, green
$7.77
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Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights SKL-03-03 Spokelit LED spoke light, blue
$7.77
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Nite Ize Spokelit LED Spoke Lights SKL-03-07 Spokelit LED spoke light, disc-o
$7.77
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