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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.