Rear flashing light - that can survive wet conditions

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andrewleitch86
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by andrewleitch86

Get some electrical tape around all the seems in the light. It should be fine that way.

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Nite Flux or Exposure Flare
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by dgasmd

DiNotte Lighting. End of thread. Next question............ :smartass:

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by Ozrider

Niteflux, totally sealed, USB charging port with rubber cover. probably the brightest rear light I have ever used. Has 3 brightness settings in flashing mode, and a really bright steady mode.
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Parlee Z5 XL (6055g/13.32lbs) Trek Madone 5.9 (7052-7500g)Jonesman Columbus Spirit (8680g)
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