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Supernova (with bike attachment)

Price: $17.99 Order

Do you love the Supernova but just wished you could mount it to your bike? Well, look no further— this is the product for you. In addition to the standard clip, the Supernova Bike comes with a handy- dandy mount that allows you to easily attach it to your seat post or handlebars. This ultra-bright light will make sure you are seen by motorists or other riders from over a mile away. It features a lifetime LED bulb, flashing and steady modes and is waterproof. Available in Red, Blue, Green and Clear. Batteries included.

How to Attach
Details: Supernova
Size:
1.625" x 1.25" (41mm x 32mm)

Weight:
0.7 oz (20g)

Waterproof:
Up to 300 feet (91 meters)

Light Modes:
Two modes: Steady and Flashing. Simply flip the batteries to change modes.

Batteries:
Batteries included. "Battery pack" is comprised of two CR2032 lithium batteries. Batteries can be replaced with standard CR2032 "watch style" batteries. We offer replacement batteries at a steep discount.

Battery Life:
Approximately 250 hours of operation in "flashing" mode
Details: Bike Mount
Size:
One size fits all bike seatposts and handlebars

Weight:
0.9 oz
Price: $17.99 Order
Another Happy Customer
"My husband asked for a Road ID last Christmas and I told him is was a silly idea. Then over the summer a neighbor was running in the neighborhood and collapsed. It took several people to stop to finally identify him to begin to locate his family. After that we sell road ID to everyone we know. I was certainly proved wrong of the importance of the Road Id."
Jennifer G. / Twinsburg, OH