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NiteRider Solas 2 Watt USB Tail Light

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Item # NRI000H

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Item # NRI000H

Be bright and be seen.

Whether you're commuting when daylight is at a premium, or you're pedaling out pre-dawn base miles, you probably blowing through eight packs of batteries like thorns on tires. So, to save you some cash, without compromising on safety, NiteRider create the new Solas 2 Watt USB Tail Light.

The Solas provides four modes (two flashing and two steady) and a "Group Ride Mode" for those who need to feel visible in the pack. Rechargeable via USB connection, the Solas will last around 36 hours on low-steady mode, 4.5 hours on high-steady, 18 hours with a single flash, and 7 hours with a double flash. The bright two watt bulb is visible for blocks, increasing your visibility to motorists when office meetings run late.

The NiteRider Solas 2 Watt USB Tail Light comes with a bike mount and a USB charger.

Tech Specs

Bulbs:
LED (2 watt)
Power Source:
internal Li-Ion battery
Backup Power Source:
no
Batteries Included:
no
Battery Location:
internal
Voltage Regulator:
no
Modes:
High, Low, Flash 1, Flash 2
Burn Time:
[High] 4.5 hours, [Low] 36 hours, [Flash 1] 18 hours, [Flash 2] 7 hours
Waterproof:
water-resistant
Recommended Use:
low-light training and commuting
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Unanswered Question

Can this light be attached to a seat stay, instead of the seat post?

5 5

NiteRider Solas Tail Light

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Turned it on and immediately blinded myself lol. This thing is BRIGHT. This might be pricey for a tail light, but I got mine on sale for $30 dollars, including shipping, and that's a steal for this. Compared to the Bontrager Flare 3, that costs more, the Solas wipes the floor with the Flare 3 in every aspect. Four modes, water resistant, rechargable, VERY BRIGHT... what more could you want? Definitely recommend to anyone that rides any type of bike. This light is great.

5 5

Super Bright

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Super bright light. 2 flashing modes and 2 solid modes make it easy to be seen by vehicles and other riders alike. I go with one of the flashing modes on the road by myself, dim solid mode for group riding, and bright solid for night time MTB woods fun. It pairs well with the Niterider Headlights I have (I have a 400 and 700 lumen model) to make for a really highly visible package. Easy to charge with USB, and for $30 (when it's on sale), it's a STEAL.

4 5

bright

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This light is super bright, which is what you need.
It comes with a short USB cable for charging and a slightly flimsy bracket to attach it to a seat stem. I got it for $30, so happy with that.
UPDATE a week later and the flimsy bracket broke

5 5

Great Night Rider Rear Light

I brought this light for $44 and thought it was a little expensive for a small rear light. But, it is worth every penny. I have been riding with it for about a week. My buddy told me this morning that it is a little bit annoying when riding behind me, but he said he would take that any day to be safer. The light can be seen very good. Much brighter than my AAA battery model. Holds a charge for over 30 hours of riding.

Thanks,

Bob from Seattle