Light On Tail Light Lights

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MSRP : $65.00

Product Description

  • Dynamo Powered LED Tail Light with seat post and rack mount.
  • Stand light operates at 1/5th brightness for several minutes after you stop moving.
  • 15 lumens (4,500 microcandela) from dynamo power
  • 1/2 inch tall, 3/4 inch diameter
  • Waterproof
  • Compatible only with Light On! DynoLight
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