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NiteRider - Solas 100 Tail Light

NiteRider Solas 100 Tail Light

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$17.99 Original price:$39.99
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    • Black, One Size
      sale $17.99

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    California Proposition 65

    Warning:

    Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

    Tech Specs

    Bulbs:
    LED
    Power Source:
    Li-Po
    Batteries Included:
    yes, integrated USB rechargeable
    Modes:
    4
    Lumens:
    100
    Burn Time:
    4.5 - 15.5 hours
    Mount:
    seatpost
    Includes:
    seatpost mount, USB charging cable
    Claimed Weight:
    82 g
    Recommended Use:
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    lifetime

    Bright tails.

    Get increased visibility to approaching road users during low-light commutes with the NiteRider Solas 100. It features four settings of varying brightness, ranging from a full 100 lumens to an economical daytime flash mode. The Solas 100 charges via a convenient USB connection and feature run time ranging from 4.5 to 15.5 hours. It comes packaged with a seatpost strap mount and USB charging cable.

    • Rear light increasse visibility in low light
    • Four settings let you customize brightness and blinking
    • Recharge with a convenient USB cable
    • Includes seatpost mount

    Great Little Light - Nice & Bright

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This model is no longer a current model on the NiteRidier web site, thus the sale price. I use it on my Trek carbon road bike. It sits firmly and does not come loose. There is a small philip screw that tightens the pivot mechanism so the light does not juggle loose and point downward. It at least works on a road bike. I'm not sure about mountain bikes on a very rocky trail. As for Lumens, the light is bright enough for my purpose, I don't use it at night, but just during the day time on the bike path. 100 Lumens is more than enough for my purpose.

    Didn't work

      I charged it for hours and it wouldn't turn on. This is the 2nd Niterider light I've owned that didn't work, never again.

      Blinding

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Blinding and an attention getter