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Serfas Thunderbolt Taillight

Serfas Thunderbolt Taillight

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$35.00
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Serfas Thunderbolt Taillight

Serfas' Thunderbolt Taillight delivers 35 lumens in an extremely versatile, USB-rechargeable package. Attach the water-resistant silicone body nearly anywhere on your bike, and use the high, low, or two flash modes to make sure cars or cyclists can see you when approaching from behind after dark. At just 50 grams, you won't even notice it's on your bike — but others will!

Features and Information

  • Run time: 1.75-9.5 hours, depending on setting
 
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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Vendor Number Store SKU
    Black 00713835022993 UTL-6BK SER-UTL-6BK SER3134593K
    Clear 00713835018422 UTL-6CL SER-UTL-6CL
    Green 00713835023013 UTL-6GN SER-UTL-6GN
    Pink 00713835023020 UTL-6PK SER-UTL-6PK
    White 00713835023044 UTL-6WT SER-UTL-6WT
    Yellow 00713835025826 UTL-6YL SER-UTL-6YL
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    Pros

    • Great visibility  (2)
    • Rechargable  (2)
    • Cool colors 
    • Easy to attach 
    • Long battery life 

    Cons

    • Haven't found one yet 
    • Pricey / poor value 

    Best Uses

    • Good for commuting  (2)
    • Rear safety light  (2)
    • Keep cars off your A 

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    5.0

    Very Bright

    By Brian

    from Mpls, MN

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Long battery life
    • Rechargable
    • Low battery indicator
    • Great visibility

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Rear safety light
      • Night commute

      Comments:

      Seriously, do not stare directly at this thing. If passerbys cannot see you, then they are probably illegal to drive. This thing has four modes, high steady, low steady, high flash, and low flash. I have yet to use this on high at all; it's so bright it's just unnecessary. The battery life is pretty decent, I run it on low-blinking mode at get at least 8h on a charge. It charges pretty fast too, within a couple hours max.

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      5.0

      Great Light!!

      By Brad

      from Queens, NY

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      • Great visibility
      • Rechargable

      Cons

      • Haven't Found One Yet

      Best Uses

      • Rear safety light
      • Night commute

      Comments:

      This light is great! HUGE value for the money considering it is rechargeable. I have both a front and rear...AWESOME!!

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      5.0

      Bright!!!

      By Digitalman

      from In front of you!!

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Easy to attach
      • Cool Colors
      • USB charging
      • Very bright

      Cons

      • A bit pricey

      Best Uses

      • Keep Cars Off Your A

      Comments:

      I attach it to my rear sub frame. Lights up the day or night.

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