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The Reelight 'CIO' Bike Light Doesn't Require Friction or Batteries

 - Jun 29, 2017
References: kickstarter & thegadgetflow
Bike lights often require a battery in order to operate unless they have a battery-free design that works off of friction, but the Reelight 'CIO' aims to change the case for both of these instances. Working with magnetic energy, the light doesn't require traditional battery packs in order to be used and will help to ensure maximum safety when you're riding at night. While the device is intended to provide illumination when the bike is in motion it will also continue to flash for up to two minutes when you have come to a brief stop.

The Reelight 'CIO' bike light boasts a waterproof design and attaches easily onto your ride via the accompanying mounting system that is effortless to attach and remove.