Brighten up your bike.
A good bicycle light is not only safe to have but can even make biking during the evening and at night into an enjoyable hobby. Refresh your ride with the NiteRider TL 6.0 Rear Light, simply strap it on and you're good to go!
This impressively versatile cycling taillight that is highly visible with 25 lumens of power. Featuring 210° of visibility with optimal VIZ, letting you power through the day or night. With 2 light levels plus 2 flash modes as well as an easy on and off seat post strap mount to elevate your ride. The ingenious design features a maximum run time of 60 hours.
A powerful light can make or break your bicycle. With the impressive visibility and run time offered by the NiteRider TL 6.0 Rear Light, donâ€™t settle for less than you deserve. Ride through the night in style, with the safety that this ultra-bright light provides. As soon as you test them out for yourself, you'll wonder how you ever biked without them.
2 light levels plus 2 Flash modes
Economical long run time of up to 60 hours
Easily replaceable Alkaline batteries
210° degrees visibility for optimal VIZ
Amber side lighting
Easy on and off seat post strap mount
Economical long run time and easily replaceable Alkaline batteries that are included
25 Lumens with up to a 60 hour run time at a lightweight 70 grams
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
It worked great, until it didn't. The unit doesn't exactly "strap on" as the description says. Rather, there is a permanent clip on the seat stem and a little "slide-on" piece that allows you to remove the light easily (for changing the battery, I suppose.) But that's the weak link too: if you put the bike on a rack or lean it against a tree and accidentally brush against the light, there's a very good chance it will fall off. And, for me, it fell , the cover came off and the batteries spilled out. The 2nd time this happened to me, the unit died....so, maybe a month's use??
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