Closeouts. Light enough to take anywhere and bright enough to use for personal visibility or finding your way in the dark, Brunton's Double-Back Light has a flexible, wrap-around strap and two ultra-bright LEDs.
Reviewed by SportyMEGal from Henrico, VA on Thursday, December 26, 2013
We plan on using these lights primarily for our cycling adventures. We have both red and now, green lights. When both are flashing, the bike is very visible and would get the attention of motorists. (The lights flash at different rates.) Nice, firm grip on seatposts.
Reviewed by deerhunter from Canada on Monday, October 28, 2013
Just enough light for those times when you need just a little extra brightness to light up the path. Convenient, handy, lightweight, long lasting batteries and small enough to put in your pocket. Whether camping, hiking or hunting this little device is worth the money!
Reviewed by Friend of the Fells from Massachusetts on Thursday, October 24, 2013
I was not sure what I'd use this for; just picked it up because it was so inexpensive. When it arrived I had a brainstorm: I attached it to my bike helmet. It provides a strong steady green flash (be seen light) for early morning rides to the gym in a well lit city. I leave it on there so I always have it and it already paid off during a dark rainy daytime storm.
Reviewed by Frosty from Murray, Kentucky on Sunday, September 8, 2013
My light ending up being green, which wasn't a big deal, as I new it wouldn't be white, and it was very bright for my purposes. I used the strap to attach it to my mountain bike...in less than 3 months, the strap had broken. Now it is just a green light with some dangly silicone. Nice idea, but they need to re-engineer them. Given the low price, I would still buy one or two to throw in camping bag to attach to small (I said SMALL...the less stress on the rubber, the better) limbs or something to light up a campsite, throw in a tackle box, etc.