Brightz WheelBrightz LED Bicycle Wheel Accessory Light (for 1 Wheel)
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- Be cool! Be Seen! Wheel Brightz use 7 feet of 20 Micro LED lights to create a ring of brilliant color that is sure to turn heads and grab attention wherever you go. Make your wheels glow with a circle of spinning light!
- Wheel Brightz will fit almost any wheel 20" and over for 48+ hours of light on only 3 AA batteries (not included)! Will NOT work with wheels that have an abnormally low or high number of spokes.
- Kids, teens, and adults alike love rolling around town with their wheels lit up! They're the perfect accessory for bike parades, social rides, Burning Man, and more!
- The light string comes in protective tubing, so there's no worry about the light string breaking. It also helps create a snug fit as you weave your lights through the spokes. Included zip-ties make sure it stays in place.
- Available in a variety of colors. Each package has lights for 1 wheel so you can mix and match to create your own color combo or go with one color for a sleeker look!
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Make your wheels glow with a circle of spinning light!
This one-of-a-kind light creates a ring of brilliant color that is sure to turn heads and grab attention wherever you go! Wheel Brightz uses 20 microLEDs to turn boring bike wheels into something special.
Available in a variety of colors options, mix and match to create your own color combo or go with one color for a sleeker look! They can be cut to size or spiraled in the middle.
Wheel Brightz can be found all across the US, on bikes big and small. They make kids AND adults excited to ride their bikes again!
- Your light kit includes:
- ONE strings of 20 microLEDs in 7FT of clear, waterproof tubing, with battery packs (includes on/off switch)
- Tubing end cap (x2)
- 6 mounting ties to secure light string (x2)
- Requires 3 AA batteries (3 per light) - not included
- 48+ hour of glow
- Works with almost all bike wheels 20" and over
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Date First Available : December 17, 2013
- Manufacturer : Brightz, Ltd.
- ASIN : B07BV2S3L9
- Best Sellers Rank: #7,916 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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***DO NOT BUY! I can't believe I got ripped off! The first photo I posted is the "correct" item I purchased at a retail store, there is one light strip enclosed in tubing and a flat battery pack with the company name printed on it that you attach to your spokes. The second two photos show the product I received: the round battery pack that we figured out how to attach, I'm not sure it would work this way for other bikes, it almost didn't work with my son's brakes. The third photo shows how thin the wire is, how it doesn't attach well and falls down. I am concerned about how safe this item is, there is not "water-proof tubing" included like the original. This is not as represented, how is this happening? Is anyone monitoring this stuff? Does Amazon make sure the products being sold are legitimate? Is anyone reading this? I'm a loyal Amazon customer, I have purchased many items, I am concerned about the safety of my account as well.***
Not a chance. I hardly got halfway down my block when BOOM the rubber band let go (broke) the battery box flew off ripped the wire right out and launched itself to the ground.
THIS IS A HUGE SAFETY HAZARD! DO NOT INSTALL THIS PRODUCT ON YOUR BICYCLE!!
There’s another video about these lights showing how the battery box mounts to the spokes with nice brackets that are screwed in for a secure mount. The manufacturer changed the product and it now uses a glorified rubber band to hold the battery box in place. It will surely rattle with every little bump you hit! Watch my video and see for yourself! These are coming off and being sent back. It’s a shame, because other than the battery box the rest of the kit is excellent. I just can’t rely on a piece of rubber to hold this box in place!
I am super bad at mechanical stuff, but installation was OK. Maybe 15-20 minutes per wheel.
I got the pink one, my boyfriend got the multi-color. They both look great. The multi-color version looks kind of ugly when you're stationary compared to the other, more uniform colors, but it's totally sick when you're actually on the bike in motion -- it's like having a little rainbow whipping around your rim. For thirty bucks you bring a lot of joy to the world -- we probably average one direct compliment for every 1-2 miles or so of biking, depending on pedestrian density (and I overhear a lot of people talking about the lights but not directly to us). Typical encounters: A little kid in Bernal Heights shouted "you have a cool bike!" from his front porch. A (probably slightly intoxicated) pedestrian in the Mission told my boyfriend he had the coolest bike in San Francisco and gave him a fist-bump. Another stranger shouted, "I like your Playa bike!" (this is not my Playa bike, although these lights would be perfect for Burning Man.) The lights are very bright and visible, although you still need to have standard front and rear lights, as the Wheel Brightz can't be seen from directly behind or in front of the bike.
Update: A year later, I still haven't had to change the batteries! I have had to order one replacement power supply for my boyfriend's bike, though -- we hang our bikes vertically by the front wheel on wall-mounted hanging racks and over time, the power cord got caught between the wheel and the rack enough times that it frayed and wore through. (You can avoid this if you are reasonably careful when you hang up your bike and avoid crushing the power connector cable -- it just hadn't occurred to us that this would be a problem until the cable broke, so we didn't bother trying to avoid it.) More recently, a segment (about a quarter) of the lights on one of his wheels went out, although you can't tell when the bike is in motion. Again, this is probably caused by hanging the bike by the front wheel.
Update II: I've gotten several more sets of these, and they're still great, but I notice that in some of the sets I've bought more recently, in the initial packaging, the battery pack is screwed on so tightly I've had to use an electric screwdriver to open it -- it would be nice if they could fix that and not over-tighten the screws!
Update III: I recently brought a pair of these to Burning Man. I noticed on the Playa that of all the different lighting schemes people used for their bikes, Wheel Brightz were the brightest and most visible -- far better than EL wire or front and rear lights. If you are planning to go to Burning Man, I would recommend Wheel Brightz as an absolute must-have for your bike.
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Just remember to check and tighten all the battery pack screws after every trip - they do become a bit unwound with distance, on both wheels. Other than that, the product works amazingly well and is extremely cool. :D