Monday, June 1, 2015

Bicycle Light set by Team Obsidian

I will never forget the night my husband texted me and told me he got pulled over on his bicycle. When it comes to safety and laws I guess I can understand why having a light on a bike at night would be useful. I don't want him to get hit at night on his bike by someone who couldn't see him as he was riding. After that night, we went out on a search for a light and reflector set for him that would work. We had little luck finding a quality set that the cops would be happy with and that would keep him safe.

Team Obsidian, has come up with an interesting set. The light, can be clicked many times and changed into different things, including a strobe light. I wouldn't recommend using it as you ride your bike though as it could be a distraction to drivers in vehicles and could cause them to wreck. The light can also be turned making the beam smaller or larger. When you aren't on your bike, you can take it out and use it as a flashlight, as it includes a handle of sorts. The reflector also lights up in many different ways and even flashes as well. Again I would recommend only lighting it up and not using the flashing as it could also be a distraction to drivers.


This set shines very brightly and can be seen from a good distance away. You don't even need tools to attach these to your bike either! Within seconds they are attached and you are ready to take off! They do need quite a few batteries though, so make sure you only have them on when you need them or else you may be paying out the butt for batteries. I feel so much better knowing my hubby is finally safe, so we will just have to suck it up and buy the batteries!


Protect yourself or your family with this bicycle light set. Head on over to Amazon by clicking here. From there you can find out more about this bicycle light set, see what others are saying about it and how it works, and by a set for yourself. (Don't forget the batteries!)


I received this product in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion/review/feedback.

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