How to Choose Bike Reelight

Reelight brand specializes in the manufacture of bicycle lights. Among them we find the following models: SL100, SL200, SL500, SL600, RL700, GB, City, Ego… With all these references, the offer becomes wide and deep. So how to choose his bike Reelight fire? Here are our answers to help you make the choice.

Most of these fires are recharged by electro-magnetic field, so there is no need battery or battery (except the Reelight GB per battery, and Reelight Ego by USB/battery).

Fires SL100

Position: Front and rear hub

Compatibility: Bikes with V-Breaks or backpedal brake

Power: 3 possibilities of lighting depending on the model.

Pedaling for the SL100 lights ·flash

  • Flash in pedaling, then during the stoppage for the fires SL120

Constant ·LUMIERE by pedaling and stopping for lights SL150

Attachment: 2 magnets on the spokes of each wheel

Fires SL200

Position: Front and rear hub

Compatibility: Bikes with disc brakes or brakes to roll

Power: 2 possibilities of lighting depending on the model.

  • Flash in pedaling, then during the stoppage for the SL220 lights

Constant ·LUMIERE by pedaling and stopping for lights SL250

Attachment: 4 magnets on the spokes of each wheel

Fires SL500

Position: Distinction between versions of the SL500 on handlebars and versions of the SL500 on the seatpost

Compatibility: Not specified

Power: 3 possibilities of lighting depending on the model.

Pedaling for the SL500 lights ·flash

  • Flash pedaling and then during the stop for the SL520 lights

Constant ·LUMIERE by pedaling and stopping the SL550

Attachment: generator 1 front 2 magnets on the spokes of each wheel fork

Fires SL600

Position: On seatpost, fork, is baggage back or front basket according to the versions.

Compatibility: Not specified

Power: 3 possibilities of lighting according to the model and 1 reflector

  • Flash by pedaling to the SL600 fires on seatpost and fork.
  • Flash by pedaling then during shutdown for the SL620 lights on front basket.
  • LUMIERE continuous pedaling and stationary for the fires SL650 on the basket before or carrying luggage

Attachment: generator 1 front 2 magnets on the spokes of each wheel fork

Lights RL700

Position: On the front/seat post fork or fork front/door luggage back.

Compatibility: Not specified

Power: thanks to its flagship 1 Watt led, lights all the way. 2 possibilities of lighting depending on the bicycle featured on eBicycleLights

  • RL720: the headlight illuminates the road pedaling, the rear lights flashes when you pedal and still continuous to stop
  • RL770: the headlight illuminates the road pedaling, the taillights continuous pedaling and stopping
  • RL721: the headlight illuminates the road pedaling, the rear lights flashes when you pedal and still continuous to stop
  • RL771: e headlight illuminates the road pedaling, the taillights continuous pedaling and stopping

Attachment: The magnets are mounted on the spokes of the rear wheel.

Reelight GB

Position: on handlebars and seatpost

Compatibility: Tube to a diameter of 20 mm and 30 mm

Power: Lights light up once on the magnets. In continuous or flash light

  • Fixe: front – 50 hours; Back – 10 hours
  • Clignotant: front – 650 hours. Rear 130 hours

Fixing: Through magnets on two magnetic bases

Reelight Ego

Position: on handlebars and seatpost

Compatibility: Tube to a diameter of 20 mm and 30 mm

Power: Lights light up once on the magnets. Flash or continuous light. the front is of an intensity of 20 lumens and fire back an intensity of 10 lumens.

Fixing: Through magnets on two magnetic bases

Reelight City

Position: on the fork and the shroud

Compatibility: Not specified

Power: These lights offer a mode of continuous (about 10,000 hours duration) brightness.

Fixing: Through reliable clip system.

Reelight City Supreme

Position: on the fork and the shrouds

Compatibility: Tube to a diameter of 13 mm and 45 mm

Power: Continuous light (duration of approximately 10,000 hours)

Fixing: Through a system of clamps to tighten

Most of these products are available on Lecyclo.com.

To learn more about the green lights, read the article how to be visible biking while protecting its environment?