Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 11
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ozzie MUTED RED COLOR
This light device was fairly easy to install: I got it on the 2nd try. You have to make sure the slot for the spoke is next to spoke to just push it onto the spoke, after making sure the two ends are tucked under 2 spokes on either side of the first one. Then just slide light toward outer part of wheel.
It is a great sort of muted red color which is not over powering to my eyes.
I have not yet seen the rainbow color mix of lights that the packaging show though.
December 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nate Fun for Kids Bikes
This is a fun way for your kids to customize their bikes. I would not consider this item a safety feature. It is not bright enough to stand out to cars.
Perfect for occasional use for camping, block parties, and festivals. I would use this on my kids bikes.
I bike over 5,000 miles a year including my trips to Home Depot. This light would probably not hold up under that much use. The LED is powered by the thin watch style batteries. These can get expensive if you replace them a lot.
September 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sld3313 Really eye-catching at night
This wheel light is very visible at night, dusk or dawn. It has two settings that allow you to use it as a constant on light or a flashing light. The colors change from red, green, blue, yellow, & purple. The red was the only color when the light was flashing. This uses two button CR 2016 batteries that come with the light. I had a hard time getting the groove in the light to fit on my spoke. I had to bend the light a little to open the groove to get it on the spoke. It finally fit. You push the button to activate the colors.
April 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gallus Light up the night!
This cute "disco" colored light would be a help to any cyclist who wants to be visible after dark. While I'm a big fan of the flexi-leg version put out by the same brand (not just for bikes) this little light is JUST for bikes, as its attachment design is suitable only for a bike spoke.
The light makes the wearer (person or bike) quite visible.
Only complaint: you **really** have to push it hard to turn it on.
And you gotta remember to turn it off.
April 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sarah Nifty Little Bike Accessory
This is a nifty little bike accessory. I got it for my daughter to put in her bike spokes. Installation is pretty non-existent--snap/slide it into the spokes and you are all set. There is a switch and it has two modes, flashing and steady light. I'm not sure I would rely on it exclusively as a safety feature/light, however it's always good when you add more visibility to a bike. Definitely a fun way to accessorize a bike for a few bucks.
March 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CarterB Fun light for kids
My daughter really has fun with this light. Anything to make her bike different from others is loved. To get the best effect it of course needs to be dusk/dark and the faster the bike is moving, the better. Fast rotations of the wheels give the best visual effect and make it seem like there are more lights in the wheels. These do not replace the standard head and tail lights for safety if you will be biking at night.
March 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rhyno Good
Fun products. Expensive and it worked well. I enjoy using on my bike and it kept me aware what was going on also have your fun little light show
January 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Jason31 Good decorative light, but not very functional
This is a pretty cool light, the pattern slowly changes colors and it fits between the spokes on your bike. The problem I have, is the switch is hard to press. I would like to use this for the kids bikes, but it's hard for them to press the switch. It would actually be even better if it didn't even have a manual switch, but was triggered by movement. One of our razor scooters has LED lights like this and the batteries last a year and you never have to turn them on. This isn't a bad light, but I think there are better products out there to use to decorate your bicycles for night riding.
September 21, 2015