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SL521 Battery Free Rear Bike Light / ReePower Flash

Original price $59.95 - Original price $59.95
Original price
$59.95 - $59.95
Current price $59.95
Mode: ReePower Flash
Low stock
SKU RE-30521

Elegant design, powerful light and increased visibility summarise the SL500 series. The bike light is distinguished by its sleek and minimalistic design and has won the Eurobike Award for it's focus on traffic safety, the environment, innovative functionality and overall concept.

The bike lights wide angle optics cast the light at 180° for maximum spread and even better visibility from the sides. The Flex Mount front light is mounted on the handlebars and is connected to a dynamo on the front fork. The cable between the bike light and the dynamo can easily be rolled to the right length. The bike light produces its own environmentally friendly induction power by means of a coil in the dynamo and magnets on the bicycle spokes – completely without the use of batteries.

The bike lights are permanently mounted, so you always have them with you. The light is always on whenever you cycle, which makes you extra safe in traffic – day and night. Magnet-powered bike lights mean no more flat batteries, no forgotten bike lights, no friction when you cycle – just lights which are always on.

SL500 can be combined with front or rear lights from the SL600 Series.

- Powered by magnets, no friction
- Uses no batteries
- ReePower™ Flash (optional)
- Continues flashing for two min.
- Flashing light
- Safety light
- Permanently mounted
- Theft proof
- Waterproof and tested for harsh
- weather conditions.
- Environmentally friendly
User Manual (multilingual)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Tara Laursen
Terrible lights

These are extremely fiddly to install as the brackets don't fit standard sized tubing and had poor design. Even though I installed them as per the manual, lights themselves are so dim you can barely see them and not safe for use at all

Hi Tara, we agree that our battery free lights do need additional patience to setup correctly due to the placement of both the generator and the magnets that power the lights. While you suggest the lights were setup correctly. Based on the symptoms you described to us in your initial email we believe the generator was not running at full capacity due to the distance between the hub and the location of the magnets. We advised you of this in an attempt to resolve the poor light output. However for reasons unknown you tried to argue against the logic we applied and did not try our solution. Not sure what more you expect from lights that appeared to be incorrectly setup.
32 Spokes