X-Fire LED Taillight Laser Lane for Bikes

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear, Tech

Riding your bike at night can be extremely dangerous. Thankfully product designers and engineers have been working around the clock to create safety products like the X-Fire LED Taillight laser lane for bikes.

The product is simple in design, but extremely effective at the same time. Just attach the X-Fire to the bike’s seat post, and you’re ready for some night time cycling. The device uses 5 bright red LED lights to emit two red laser lanes that are visible up to 1 mile. There’s also no need to worry if you live in a place that rains often as the X-Fire is both weather and shock-proof. For only 40 bucks, it could be on the best investments for your 2 wheeled companion. Grab yours from Amazon.

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