C3Sports Pulse Mini Taillight Motion Sensing USB Rechargeable
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C3Sports Pulse Mini Taillight Motion Sensing USB Rechargeable

Code: C3sports-pulsemini-taillight



Product Description

The Pulse Mini bike light by C3Sports is a quality compact taillight. It is hard to believe there is a built in USB rechargeable battery in a light this small which measures just a hair over 1 inch in all directions at 2.9cm x 2.8cm x 2.8cm.

Small in size, but great for making you visible. The light has three different modes. The first is vibration sensing - while moving, the light will strobe at a fast rate. When you stop moving, the light will become a steady beam until you start moving again, at which point it will resume strobing. The second mode is a high steady beam and the third option is a constant strobe.

The vibration sensing mode will automatically turn the light off it it senses no movement for ten minutes.

The Pulse mini is crafted out of hard-anodized aircraft-grade aluminum and features side cut-outs CNC'd into the housing to create side visibility.

Special Features of the C3Sports Pulse Mini Light in Red

  • Red LED for taillight use
  • 10 Lumens with an optical reflector lens
  • Aircraft-grade Aluminum
  • Built in USB Rechargeable Battery
  • Side Visibility
  • Three Modes: Vibration Sensing, High Steady, Strobe
  • Water Resistant
  • Measures only 2.9cm x 2.8cm x 2.8xm
  • Runtime: 4-10 Hours
  • Charge Time: 2.5 Hours
  • Includes Mount and USB cable

Product Reviews

Customer Reviews (1) - Average Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Pulse mini taillight, 5.1.20155 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Great taillight in a very compact housing. This is my third light from C3sports and I have to say, I'm a huge fan. This light features the standard flashing and solid red taillight but it also has the ability to sense when you're moving and stopped. It has a function that makes the light flash when you're moving and becomes solid red when you stop. Pretty cool idea.

Reviewer: Rob G. (, )