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2PCS Bicycle Wheel Spoke Tire Wire Tyre Valve LED Light
|Price:||$1.54 & FREE Shipping|
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- Single Color Wheel Light, Easy to set
- More energy-efficient,with light & motion sensors
- Durable, High Impact, Rust Resistant,Auto shining No switch, 100% waterproof
- Include:2*LED Flash light
- Pls note: don't use in freeway
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|Item Dimensions||2.36 x 6.57 x 6.77 inches|
|Item Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Worth it: Yes
Buy it: Yes
Needless to say, it's Chinese. You can tell that from the grammatically challenged description and title alone. So the construction is a little cheap, and mine came with some flaws; the light sensors don't seem to work, and the lights are solid color, instead of a flash. But I actually still like it.
-It's not a solid ring of color as advertised, at least on a bike going 20mph or slower. On a car or moped/motorbike, maybe so.
-Cheap, so parts are a little brittle
-Very inexpensive and actually a decent light; it's bright and gets plenty of "oohs" and "ahs" as you ride by
-Screws on snug to valve caps on tires (just kinda convenient in my opinion)
-Hidden among the spokes, so not as likely to be stolen
-Added visibility when driving on the street at night
-The motion sensors are the best part; they're sensitive so they actually work when you start moving, but turn off when you park your bike or stop.
-Just plain fun!
If you want something legitimately stylish and flashy, put more money in and get one of those souped-up wheel lighting kits. But if you're just looking for something simple and cool, this is definitely worth your money.
The valve is schrader (not presta). I thought these would illuminate upon
the spinning of the wheel due to the outward force. But in actuality,
in a bicycle application, they do not. They do illuminate (or blink)
upon shock. On a bicycle, when going over bumps at moderate speed, they
do light up and are quite attention-getting at night. Interestingly,
and higher bicycle speeds (>10 mph), even a bumpy road will not make
them light. Perhaps this is because the outward spin force is greater
than the shock (or impluse) force from each bump. The lighting described
above does not matter if it is daylight or night. They survived a 15
minute ride in a moderate rain just fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Shipping took a long time but the lights themselves work great. Only wish there was a way to turn the lights off when they were in use. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Misha Lee
If you get a working sent. They do their job. With that being said on to the downside as long as you're moving the lights are on day or night so you will burn through your... Read morePublished 1 month ago by amazon shopper
Would of thought they came with batteries. Also took a while to come inPublished 2 months ago by mrds32807
If I remember correctly I paid $0.99 for a four pack and I didn't even end up using them for my car because you get what you pay for basically $0. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David calistro
Pretty cheap; stopped working after only a couple uses. I guess you get what you pay for.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer