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Revolights Eclipse Bicycle Lighting System, 700c/27-Inch
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- Voted "The Best Bike Lighting System in the World" by Men's Journal Magazine
- A forward projecting headlight in front and smart brake light in rear which blinks to indicate to traffic when you are slowing down
- Light is visible from 360 Degree increasing visibility from all angles of approach
- Weather-resistant design stands up to wet road conditions
- Fits up to 42mm rim + nipple depth, tires up to 38mm in width
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From the manufacturer
With its new integrated snap-in battery and streamlined design, Eclipse is the most functional, easy to use and easy to install Revolights yet.
Unparalleled 360º Visibility
Traditional bike lights focus heavily on forward path illumination, use only a small blinking red light for rear visibility, and provide little to no side visibility. This leaves cyclists vulnerable and drivers straining to see them.
Our approach to bicycle lighting is different. Revolights is the only 360º bicycle lighting solution that provides a legal headlight, functional brake light, and unmatched side visibility.
Smart Brake Light
- 700c/27" tires (most Road and Hybrid bikes)
- Tire width up to 38mm
- Rim depth up to 43mm
- Multiple of 4 spokes
- Fork and chain stay opening over 40mm
For any questions about Revolights, fit or installation help, email us at email@example.com
Awards & Press
Gear of the Year - Men's Journal
Innovation Finalist - James Dyson Award
Best Transportation Design - Core 77 Design Awards
In the Press
"Revolights keep you visible, safe, and more connected than almost anything on the road" - Uncrate
"Eclipse might even be more advanced than a car" - Maxim
"This new smart bike lighting system changes commuting forever" - Highsnobiety
|Package Height||3 x 23 x 23.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3 pounds|
Revolights, "The best bike lighting system in the world" according to Men's Journal, is now better now better than ever before.
Eclipse now integrates the rechargeable battery directly in the rings themselves, thereby making the on/off switch more accessible and removing any need for cables and parts on the spokes or in the hub.
Legal Headlight: Revolights' intelligent LED rings mount to your spokes and are spaced apart so as to project light past your tire, illuminating the path in front of you and creating a legal headlight. Unlike traditional spotlight style headlights, our patented design creates a "blade" of light, lighting up the ground as well as elevated objects light street signs. Each wheel consists of 24 equally spaced bright LEDs, with 8 on at any given moment.
Smart Taillight and Brake Light: By constantly tracking your wheel speed, Revolights is able to detect when you hit the brakes and alert traffic with a first of it's kind brake light. Once a change in speed is sensed the red will flash at a rapid rate informing tailing traffic that you are decreasing speed.
360° Visibility: By mounting the headlight and taillight to the wheels Revolights are able to create bright visual "arcs" of lights, making you stand out with unmatched 360º visibility. Similar to automobile standards Revolights creates a visual boundary of the bicycle that can be seen from any angle as well as a visual cue for traffic to define direction of travel.
USB-Rechargeable Battery: Eclipse is powered by two Lithium-Ion batteries. They are micro-USB rechargeable and last 4 hours.
Before purchase, please ensure your bike is Revolights compatible using the provided fit chart or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Top customer reviews
1) Are they hard to install? Installation is a bit time consuming, but it’s repetitious. Once you get the hang of it then it goes quicker. Be sure to note front vs rear —otherwise you’ll end up installing them on the wrong wheel. I’d never do such a thing, but I have a friend who did this. Wasn’t me. It was someone else.
2) Do they work? That depends. I would only rely on them for primary illumination as a last resort. I like a nice juicy 300-lumen light on the front, and an intense blinky on the rear. I’m kind of a light nerd like that. That’s not to say these are insufficient per se; I’m just saying they should be used as the “bare minimum” in terms of lighting one’s path.
All of that said, I bought them for their “be seen” capabilities. Even traditional bright head and taillights don’t do enough to be seen by a car traveling perpendicularly. In that case, these lights are quite nice. I like to look at myself in shop windows as I ride and say out loud “LOOKIN’ GOOD”.
3) What would I improve? The brightness. About double brightness and I’d probably erase the part where I referred to them as “bare minimum”. That would also make them a better value. At their current MSRP I’m on the fence as to whether or not I’d recommend these to everyone I know. They could also be a little lighter, no pun intended.
4) How’s battery life? I don’t know as I’ve never let them run out. I can attest to them working fine after being unused on my dormant bike for about two months.
NOTE: If you ride in a heavily populated area, or if young people in your town are out of school and driving around, bored, looking for someone to heckle …well, be prepare to endure things yelled at intersections like “WOO! NICE LIGHTS, LIGHT GUY!!!” or something like that. It’s both very annoying and validating as it demonstrates that people are noticing you.