Axiom Lights Flashback 5 LED Tail Light

Axiom Lights Flashback 5 LED Tail Light
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Want the world to know you're on the road? Then check out the Axiom Flashback 5. This incredibly bright, 5-LED tail light is visible up to 2000 feet and has four different light modes, so drivers and other cyclists can see you. Just mount it to your seatpost, seat bag or hydration pack and you're ready to go.

This product was added to our catalog on July 3, 2019

Saturday, Mar 7 2020 (about a year ago)
Axiom Lights Flashback 5 LED Tail Light
For $10, this is a great light! I have mine hard mounted to my seat post and it never fails me! I have found if you want to clip it on a saddle bag, wrapping a rubber band around the light and clip will keep it from EVER falling off. Highly recommend, Bargain at twice the price!
Monday, Sep 30 2019 (about a year ago)
Axiom Lights Flashback 5 LED Tail Light
As the other reviewer stated, the light sometimes comes unclipped on VERY bumpy surfaces if clipped in the loose strap on the saddle bag.

However, the LEDs in the light are quite bright and are especially noticeable when riding in the dark. Riding to work in the dark, in the morning, friends have told me they can see me at least a half mile away.

I usually have on on my shirt and one on my saddle bag. It is obvious by the vehicles reactions around me that I am very visible.

The lights seem to run FOREVER on two AAA batteries. Put a thin tie-wrap on the light on the bag if you don't want it coming off. It will require replacing when batteries go bad, but that won't be very often!
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Wednesday, Sep 18 2019 (about a year ago)
Axiom Lights Flashback 5 LED Tail Light
Don't waste your money. I at first liked this light because I could clip it onto the loop at the end of my under seat bag. Well, two minutes into my first ride with the light it fell off when I hit a bump and it broke apart when it hit the street. I reassembled it and made sure it was well clipped. I continued on to take part in the Hub on Wheels 43 mile bike event in Boston.

I checked the light at every rest stop to make sure it was still attached. When checking it I noticed that it was not very bright and for day time use was really little better than a reflector. I was seriously considering on sending it back and putting the money towards a better light. However, I can not do that as it come off again and is lying in pieces on a street somewhere in South Boston.

Buy a better light. You'll be glad you did.