Make-your-own bike lane with this 250-lumen tail light
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Rear light that warns you when cars are approaching from behind
Safety through daytime brightness
70-lumen rear light
Stylish-looking, accelerometer-controlled light
Highly visible back light
Lighting up your rear end
Compact and adaptable road light
Powerful back light for good visibility
Visible from all angles
One of the best out there
Bright, versatile rear LED
Funky rear light
Automatic rear light
Seatpost or seatstay lighting
Sleek-looking rear light
Smart safety product
Attractive night ride equipment
Powerful, wide-visibility flasher
Almost anti-social flasher
Basic back blinker
Great rear flasher with tool free mount
Rack-fitting LED Light
Compact & lightweight emergency lighting
Surprisingly bright, well made light, good sealing and easy-to-fit mount
Blinding value and similar brightness
Works best as a secondary rather than sole rear light
In terms of brightness, this light is a strong performer
This is a light unit contained within a silicone housing that also doubles up as the clamp
The Cateye LD610 is the logical evolution of the excellent LD600
Two CR2032 batteries power this tiny light which comes with a simple-to-use mounting system that enables you to put it anywhere you like
Good back-up light, but not legal on its own in darkness
This is basically one of DiNotte's front LED 'light engines' but with a red LED, making it by far the brightest light. However, the deep-set LEDs give little visibility apart from directly behind, and the O-ring mount means the light points down slightly.
The elastic tail wraps around your seatpost for a secure fit, and although they're tiny, the five perimeter LEDs are surprisingly visible.
This afterburner uses three ultra bright LEDs to create a seriously eye-catching burn, while the transparent casing gives a 360 degree glow. The flashing mode extends the battery life to over 200 hours and three AAA batteries are included.
Cateye's big barrel light has the most LEDs, with three powerful diodes in two rear-facing rows and two more at each end. Each tier also has a separate button to toggle between constant, flash and ripple modes.
A proven light, with a classic, easywipe design. Five LEDs face backwards in a transparent red case for an all-round glow. It runs for hundreds of hours in constant, flashing or ripple modes on the two AA batteries included.
With a self-adhesive backing patch, this ultra bright red LED light (which is also available in white ) can easily be attached to clothing and baggage to aid being seen when you're riding at night.
As far as rear lights go this is the daddy of all the self- contained units. With 10 bright LEDs powered from just two AA batteries, the run time in excess of 100 hours (we actually got 102 hours) in legal flashing mode is simply amazing.
A whopping nine LEDs live inside this compact unit from S-Sun, powered by two AAA batteries. The middle of the unit is a reflector, and a very efficient one at that, but the main interest is those LEDs.
Four LEDs in a box that's well sealed and runs on a couple of N cells doesn't sound like a fantastic light, but to be honest it's very good. The two main rearward-facing LEDs do a good job of keeping rear visibility high.
While most manufacturers head down the route of building an all-in-one light with a custom battery inside, we've always pondered why someone doesn't just tap into the Ni-Mh market