Serfas is well known for their saddles, but for 2013 they are expanding their product line in a huge way. One category of bike products that they are making waves in, is bike lights. Shown here are their new Thunderbolt LED commuter lights that come in a 35 lumen taillight version or a 90 lumen headlight version. At 50 grams, the Thunderbolt is very light and uses a USB interface to recharge, so you won’t have to spend a ton of money on disposable batteries.
The Thunderbolt is available from your local Serfas dealer now and the MSRP is $45.00 It comes in 7 eye catching colors (Black, White, Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow ). The silicone body is water-resistant which is great for all weather riding. The silicone straps are flexible and allow multiple mounting options.
In this video, Jason from Serfas shows us the highlights of this new, easy-to-use commuter light.
From the manufacturer:
“Serfas Thunderbolt gives you high-performance and endless mounting options for a great price.
If you’re riding at night, let Serfas guide the way with our Thunderbolt Headlight and Taillight. The 15-micro (double strength) LED strip puts out 90 lumens for the headlight and 35 lumens for the taillight, giving you plenty of light to safely arrive at your destination.
What’s your mounting pleasure? The USB-rechargeable Thunderbolt can be mounted virtually anywhere on the front of your bike—from the handlebars to the fork. It’s your ride, your call.
Charge up, light up and get riding safely at night with the Thunderbolt. ”
-Features 15-micro (double strength) LED strip for the headlight, 30-micro LED strip for the taillight
-Features a light silicone body
-Unique mounting system that allows for endless mounting possibilites
-Features a non-directional beam to cover a wider area
-Modes/run time for headlight: 1.5 hours (high beam); 6.5 hours (low beam); 3.5 hours (high blink); 9 hours (low blink)
-Modes/run time for taillight: 1.75 hours (high beam); 7 hours (low beam); 3 hours (high blink); 9.5 hours (low blink)
For more information: www.serfas.com