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Topeak Redlite Mega Rear Light

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The newest addition to the Redlite family uses 1 high-flux Piranha LED and 4 super bright LEDs providing 5 Lumens, making it 20x brighter than a standard tail light. Redlite mega has a 280 degree visable light pattern, upto 1 mile. 2 AAA batteries provide a maximum run time of 100 hrs.

- 1 high-flux Piranha Red LED, 2 yellow and 2 red super bright LEDs
- 5 Modes: Constant, Blinking, Sequence 1, Sequence 2, Hybrid Blinking
- Mounts to seatpost or Topeak bags
- 7.5 x 3.7 x 3.8 cm
- Weight: 64g (Light only)

Bulb: 1 Watt LED
Battery: 1.5V AAA x 2 pcs
Burn Time: Constant 50 hrs / Hybrid Blinking 50 hrs / Sequence 1&2 100 hrs
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Visible From Outer Space!
03 Oct 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsQuality build, very bright, fit to Topeak bags
After looking at a lot of rear lights, I settled on this one mainly because I wanted to hang it on the back of my Topeak Mondo seat pack (the loop on Topeak bags is a bit small for the clips on some lights). The clip on this not only fits the loop, but sort of locks into place which gives some added security. The light itself is beautifully built, well sealed, and incredibly bright. On flash mode it could give you a headache from about a mile away!
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Legal Rear And Front Led Lights
07 Oct 2014
Hello . do you stock any rear or front light that conforms to BS6102/3 or the German StVZO approval.
regards John Bonner.
SJS Customer Service:

Its possible a number of the lights we sell conform to either of those standards. But unfortunately no light company I'm aware of publically advertises if a certain light conforms to either of those standards, its normally only printed onto the lens of the light and to know would require checking all of the hundreds of lights we stock individually by removing them from all of their packaging. The reason light companies don't publish it is that the BS102/3 standard is an out of date standard that has changed very little in the past 25 years, the last change 9 years ago was to partially accept use of LED lights. It is also a standard in our experience is not enforced as most forms of front or rear lighting tend to be accepted as road legal.