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Colorful LED Automatic change color Flash Tyre Wheel Valve Cap Light for Car Bike bicycle Motorbicycle Wheel Light Tire Light

3.3 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews

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  • Automatic change color Wheel Light, one light can automatic change to different color.
  • More energy-efficient,with light & motion sensors
  • Durable, High Impact, Rust Resistant
  • Auto shining No switch, 100% waterproof
  • include:1*LED Flash light
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Colorful LED Automatic change color Flash Tyre Wheel Valve Cap Light for Car Bike bicycle Motorbicycle Wheel Light Tire Light

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004YYOAZE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #229,124 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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I received the "Koolight Flahsing LED Tyre Light" model FLTL-008

3 batteries per unit are included (enough to power the unit) the packaging suggests spares should be included, but that doesn't seem to be the case.

These will only fit schrader valve stems (the type used on cars, motorcycles and most bikes). If you have presta valves, you won't be able to use these.

These need almost total darkness to activate.. if you live in an urban environment they may illuminate only intermittently. I have been trying to modify them to work in lighter conditions but haven't gotten very far yet.

**Update**
I managed to "hack" these cheap lights. You can pull the electronics out of the bulb by prying gently on them.

To disable the light sensor, you can simply remove the photoresistor by clipping the leads. The motion sensor will still work, though it's not always very sensitive.

To disable both the light and motion sensors, you have to fold down the photoresistor so it is touching the LED's lead. For some reason this makes the light flash continuously. I actually prefer this since I want cars to see me when I'm stopped at lights.

You may need to clear out the hot glue for the resistor to fit in the light in the new position.
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I was pleasantly surprised at this light. I tested it on my bicycle. It has a nice rainbow of small LEDs in the unit. They don't come on unless it is dark out and there is motion. The (bright) streetlights were enough to make it turn off or be intermittent; worked best on side streets. They are nice and bright. As long as it isn't turning off from the streetlight, the color was constant on so there wasn't a bad blinky on-off, seizure-inducing look.

NOTE: there is just 1 in the package.

Comes with 3 installed AG10 batteries. You'll need to remove a little piece of paper inside the battery unit to have it come on.

Packaging was easy to open, cheap and clearly made in China.
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This sounded like a perfect product for my kids bikes, But unfortunately it just doesn't work as advertised. Maybe I got a bad light or battery, but the light rarely goes on when we are riding at night. sometimes it goes on when the bike is not even moving. The light does change color when it is on.
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It did not work as described and it stays on in the dark, wasting the battery. I was hoping that I would be able to have some added visibility when riding my bike at dusk.
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This product is great looking on my bike and provides good visibility. I had the same problem as others with the light sensor being too sensitive and not staying consistently on even at night. I tried the other recommended hack, but came up with a much easier fix.

Gently pull the light out. There is a light sensor (google search "mini photocell" if you are unsure what this looks like). Take a small piece of duct tape and cover the light sensor. Then slide the light back in. The duct tape does a perfect job of dampening the sensor so that it comes on at dusk, dark and rainy afternoons, as well as at night. Plus you aren't wasting the battery by having it on in the middle of the day. If you want the light to turn on even in the day just use black electric tape instead of duct tape.

I think the motion sensor works great and I would not recommend tampering with that device.

I have had it for two weeks and it has worked great, even in the rain. I am curious how long the battery will last though.
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By Steve Mcintosh on September 29, 2011
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This unit must be in almost total darkness to come on. Even going under a street light or a passing cars lights will turn it off. But what do you expect for $5.00. does little for letting other know your there.
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The good: Bright color-changing LED is likely to get you noticed by motorists when it is working properly
The bad: Where to start... One of the pieces would not turn on at all if it was screwed tightly into the schrader valve. I actually had to leave it loosely on there. Requires button cell batteries, but that is a function of its form; it would have to be much bigger and heavier to hold standard batteries. Does not always turn on when the bike is riding in the dark (see below).
The ugly: Some other valve-mounted lights use a motion/vibration sensor to detect when the bike is in motion and will start running their lights at that point. That works fairly well, but comes with the problem that your lights will use their battery during the daylight. This one uses a photoresistor and turns on in response to changes in ambient light. The assumption is that during the day, you will generally be flooded with sunlight and the device will stay off while at night, you will ride between streetlights and cars and the changes from more to less ambient light will make it pick up the motion and turn on. This does not always work well. 1. This device will turn on in response to a shadow being cast over it (such as me walking between it and the light), 2. this device will not usually turn on if you have a decently-lit street, and 3. the device will not turn on if you are on a particularly dark street.

Overall: Skip it. They could have done so well if they made this device sensitive to vibration and light, but by doing it the easy way, they sell a cheaper product that is not worth it.

Michael
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