Reelight SL150 C

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6, 3 Lumens
7.30 oz
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Reelight SL150 C. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

6 reasons to buy

  • The SL150 C light set is completely battery-free, delighting owners and the planet.
  • Owners love that 150 C lights are always attached to their bike and ready to go.
  • Reelight 150 C lights are friction-free. They do not produce any drag while riding.
  • Owners say the 150 C’s mounting brackets make the lights difficult to steal.
  • Owners say installation is simple, requiring only a Phillips head screwdriver.
  • The Reelight 150 C is compatible with quick-release skewers, with the correct adaptor.

6 reasons not to buy

  • The SL150 C light set is not compatible with bikes that use disc brakes. An adapter is required to make them compatible with quick-release skewers.
  • Users complain that 150 C lights are dim. They emit 6 and 3 lumens, respectively.
  • Owners say Reelight 150 C lights turn off a few seconds after they stop pedaling.
  • Buyers remark that the price of the 150 C set is surprisingly steep.
  • Owners say these 150 C lights lack side illumination and visibility.
  • Some owners found their bike’s tolerances were too tight to fit the Reelight 150 C.

Bottom line

The Reelight 150 C is a front and rear set of hub-mounted, magnetic induction lights. They don't require batteries and you don't need to recharge them. They remain installed on your bike. Reelight 150 C lights are attached to your hubs and contain a dynamo coil. A magnet is attached to your spokes. This magnet passes by the coil to power your lights. Unlike other dynamo-driven lights, the Reelight 150 C set produces no friction. They emit a modest light, intended only to maintain visibility in already-lit sub/urban areas. Being hub-mounted, they sit at a low position above the ground. They are difficult to steal. Some buyers say the asking price is higher than they expected. Lighting diminishes quickly once pedaling comes to a stop.

Expert Reviews

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Andrew Edler

Reelight SL150

Reelight SL150 bike lights without batteries or dynamo. Power generation by induction via magnets screwed onto the spokes.

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User Ratings

75/100 based on 41 ratings
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