SpokeLit LED Bicycle Lights

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’ve covered bike lights top to bottom in the past. But for those of you looking for something easy and inexpensive, there are few better options than the SpokeLit bike lights.

These easy to install devices come in your choice of four LED colors, all of which can run for up to 20 hours on glow mode, and an even more impressive 25 hours when flash mode is enabled. Simply press them right into your wheel, and slide toward the rim until the fit is snug, and that’s all there is to it. These things won’t come loose during your nighttime commute, and they’re also shockproof and weather resistant. So there’s no need to worry about puddles on rainy nights. And if that doesn’t get you excited, SpokeLit also come with a lifetime warranty. You can scoop these up for under $10 online. [Purchase]

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