Today I have for you the Portland Design Works Danger Zone Bike Light Review!
This is a very bright and inexpensive light. You won’t sacrifice safety when this bad boy is on the back of your bike. You will definitely be seen from the rear and even from the sides as this light is designed really well with the cyclists safety in mind. It’s a great light and very well made.
Here are some specs from the site:
This taillight helps keep you visible and safe when the sun sets. It uses two 0.5 watt Japanese Nichia LEDs to blast powerful light beams into the night and keep bogeys off your tail. Light stays secure onto the bracket and comes easily on and off when needed.
Built for the road, this light is weather resistant and carries a Lifetime Warranty. I like that it has a clip to attach to your backpack if you don’t want it on the seat post
Here are some of the specs:
Two .5 watt red LEDs
Seat post and seat stay mounts are included
Three Modes: zZz, a-Ha!, & rock steady
50 hour run time on blinking mode 15 hours on steady from 2 AAA batteries
Precision Euro reflectors
2xAAA batteries (included)
Lifetime Warranty against defects
The Danger Zone is arguably one of the best rear lights on the market.