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Niterider Cherrybomb 35 Rear Light
Niterider Cherrybomb 35 Rear Light

This item was discontinued 21st October 2016.

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Code: NR-050801
For much of night riding, the key to survival is not only seeing but also being seen, the CherryBomb addresses the latter. By incorporating a unique multi-directional collimator specifically designed for cycling, the CherryBomb maximizes visibility by dispersing light to the sides of the rider as well as to the rear, effectively eliminating blind spots to upcoming automobiles. To further rider safety and visibility, the CherryBomb employs a custom made, built in reflector which allows the rider to be night time visible even when the taillight is in the off position. Clip and bike mounts are included, for flexible mounting options.
  • Lumen Output: 35
  • Run Time: Up to 100hrs
  • Weight: 82g
  • Battery: Alkaline AAA x 2
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Really impressed with this light, easy to mount, more than bright enough on max setting but good to have options and using AAA batteries makes it cheap to run.
Though the on-off button sometimes needs extra pressure to turn on and swap through modes, it is an effective rear light. It has four modes: flash, pulse, steady bright, steady low for group rides. I also use it during the day, and it provides enough visibility to feel safe. I am still using the niterider batteries that are included in the package. It has been nearly 50 days and I ride at night once a week at least for two hours or more. The mount is consists of a rubber strap so it would not be a problem to mount it on any place on the bike except the thin seat stays.
Fantastic little light