Niterider TL5.0 Rear Light

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The Good:

Easy install and battery swap.

The Bad:

nothing so far.

Overall Review:

If you cruise around town or commute to work via bike, you probably already have lights sorted out for your bike. If not, the Niterider TL5.0 is a good inexpensive option to alert those behind you that you exist. Some of the nice features about this Niterider is that it is easy to install, comes with a rubber shim that should help fit any size post, it uses a common battery size (AAA), and it has a number of different flashing modes that you can cycle through.

It's probably not the fanciest or toughest rear light out there, but at under $10, this has been a good purchase and adds a little peace of mind when sharing the road.

Overall Review:

If you cruise around town or commute to work via bike, you probably already have lights sorted out for your bike. If not, the Niterider TL5.0 is a good inexpensive option to alert those behind you that you exist. Some of the nice features about this Niterider is that it is easy to install, comes with a rubber shim that should help fit any size post, it uses a common battery size (AAA), and it has a number of different flashing modes that you can cycle through.

It's probably not the fanciest or toughest rear light out there, but at under $10, this has been a good purchase and adds a little peace of mind when sharing the road.

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Product Niterider TL5.0 Rear Light
Light Type Rear Light
Lumens
Features
Miscellaneous Nite Rider TL5.0 Rear Light. Lights - Rear. The TL 5.0 has five ultra bright LED's with four different operating modes, including three different flash modes. The TL 5.0 will help keep you safe and seen from behind (180 degree visibility). The TL 5.0 operates on 2 x AAA batteries (include .... .
Price $9.99
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