Paint the city day or night
The Flare R City tail light is daytime visible and designed for the city. A wide beam spread, focused optics, and an interruptive flash pattern make it visible from over 900m during the day. A built in ambient light sensor provides auto-brightness control, and the included Quick Connect bracket offers simple removal for recharging via the included USB cable.
35 Lumens of power and the wide visibility angle of the Flare R City tail light make you the biggest distraction on the city streets, day or night.
- 35 Lumens provide visibility from over 900m day or night
- Wide visibility angle intended for city use
- Two day-time visibility modes and two night modes
- Day flash 35LM-8hrs, night flash 35LM-16hrs, day steady 20LM-3hrs, night steady 2LM-20hrs
- Integrated light sensor for auto-brightness control
- Battery save mode at 5% life helps ensure a safe ride home with depleted battery
- Quick connect bracket with 16 degree offset compensates for seatpost angle
- Includes Quick connect bracket and micro USB charging cable
"Stay safe with just 52 grams"
"Designed to be not only visible, but also to ensure motorists know what they're seeing is a bike" [Peloton March 2018 Issue]
Daylight visible from over 400m, the Flare R City features a 120 degree beam spread perfectly suited for city and urban riding.
Always in the Right Mode
With a built-in ambient light sensor, the Flare R City automatically adjusts lighting intensity, from Daytime Running Light to night mode.
When battery power dips below 5%, light output is scaled back to substantially extend the remaining battery life.
Never Not Know
The built-in LED indicator light glows green for a full charge and changes to red when the battery needs to be recharged.
The easy-to-install-and-remove mount compensates for the bike seat tube angle to ensure proper light orientation and optimise visibility.
Options for Night and Day
The Flare R City features 4 modes and up to 20 hours of run time.
The included micro USB cable provides hassle-free USB battery recharging.
What makes a daytime running light?
By directing or amplifying output, a light's beam can be intensified and its range extended. Without this, a light may appear bright, but will not be noticed in the day.