LightSkin LED Seat Post

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Riding your bike at night is something we wouldn’t recommend due to decreased visibility from drivers who are already unaware of cyclists during the daytime. Unfortunately it’s necessary for some of us, and if that’s the case this LightSkin LED Seat Post may be something worth looking into.

While you could just simply purchase a taillight for your bike, slap it on, and call it a day, that isn’t always the best solution. For starters you risk that bad boy being jacked, and not to mention it doesn’t look nearly as good as the integrated LightSkin. Swapping out your standard seat post, this gadget comes equipped with 5 LED, waterproof lights built right in. You certainly won’t have to worry about someone coming along and jacking your seat post. The lights can be powered for 50 hours on just 2 AA batteries. You can pick yours up from Epic-Bike’s online store.

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