Reelight Go - just in

Magnetic lighting

Danish design house Kibisi are behind the Reelight Go, a bicycle light designed for commuters. A stretchy rubber bracket gives plenty of mounting flexibility, but the genius lies in the magnetic attachment – the light turns on automatically when you snap it to the mount. Pull it away and it switches off. 

The light can be turned on and off manually while attached, too. Inside the sleek rubbery outer lies a simple LED system, with flashing and constant modes. To comply with Danish laws, the light has to be visible from 900ft and features measures to prevent drivers being dazzled.

We’ll see how the light fares over the coming months, so check back to BikeRadar soon for a full review. It's set to cost £24.99 and will be available from the Raleigh UK website.

The light attaches to the rubber bracket via a magnet

Tom Marvin

Technical Editor, Tech Hub, UK
Tom's been riding for 15 years, and has always chopped and changed bikes as soon as his budget allowed. He's most at home in the big mountains, having spent nigh on 30 weeks riding the Alps, as well as having lived a stone's throw from the Scottish Highlands for 4 years. From 24 hour races such as the infamous Strathpuffer to the Tran Nepal, Tom can occasionally be found racing whatever interesting races he can find.
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