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  • Light and Motion Vis 180 Micro Rear Light
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The Vis® 180 delivers an SUV sized output from a compact lightweight package. At 10 times the light of the most powerful AA tail lights, combined with brilliant amber side lights, the Vis® 180 lets the cars know you belong on the road too. With a tool-less mount, locking mount clip for frame or bag, and convenient cell phone micro USB charging, you will never go back to a blinkie again.

Light and Motion Vis 180 Micro Rear Light Features:

  • Lumens: 50
  • Run Time:
    • High Pulse- 6:00
    • Low Pulse- 12:00
    • High - 4:00
    • Paceline- 20:00
  • System Weight: 61 gr
  • Mounts: seatpost

Cruise and Race Modes - Stay Visible Press once to turn the light on. You can then cycle through Pulse High, Pulse Low, Steady On, Pace line (eliminates the Top Pulsing light). To turn off, Press and Hold for 2 seconds.

German Customers Please Note:
Wichtiger Hinweis: Dieses Produkt darf in Deutschland nicht an Fahrzeugen im Sinne der Straßenverkehrszulassungsordnung verwendet werden.
Important notice: In Germany, this product may not be used on vehicles in the meaning of the Road Traffic Admission Ordinance.

USB Powered Li-Ion - The Vis® line uses a single cell Li-ion cell carefully packaged inside the light. These products feature a new battery charge indicator that reliably reports the charge status so you know when to re-fuel.

  • Colour: Black
Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hmmmm Bought this and initially I was unimpressed with the button function. No definitive click so you find yourself squeezing the button and the whole casing together to get it off. Mounting is cheap and cheerful and like another review I found it difficult to find a place to mount. Eventually settled on just above the calliper after being unsatisfied with it on my aero seat post (kept drifting sideways). Finally and I suppose partially my fault, I did not plug the charging port properly and grit and water got in. Now it won't charge. But come on, who designs a rear light with a port on the bottom so the rear tyre throws all this it way? Poor. This light is bright and has a lovely pulse (not a wacky Xmas flash). Gets you noticed from behind and the side. Because of this I'm considering getting another and taping the plug after charge. The light is good for the money but a lack of thought lets it down. 18 December 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Faulty On/Off Switch. I took my time in finding a rear light and settled on this one after the reviews. I have been stopped by fellow cyclists on my daily commute, asking me what light it was and how effective it looked. However last week, I couldn't turn it off and had to leave it switched on. Eventually after being left in my drawer for an hour, it turned itself off and seemed to work fine. Until yesterday, when it refused to turn off by the switch again. Eventually it would turn itself off, but everytime I turned it back on, it still wouldn't turn off. On a really big plus note though, I phoned CRC and told them and they replaced it with no arguments or anything, which makes me happy, as until I get another, Im off the road. I buy a good bit of stuff from them and have only ever had one other bit of faulty kit and again the service given to replace it has been 1st class. Well done CRC. 29 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bright but limited mounting options The light is very bright and battery lasts for long time. I had it for a month, but did not need to re-charge. The problem is a limited mounting options: you can only have it vertical and right in the middle of the back of your helmet. It worked fine on my helmet, but I could not fit on my wife's helmet. So beware before you get it. Make sure you helmet can take it. 23 February 2013
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