Blackburn Click Tail Light

Blackburn Click Tail Light
Blackburn Click Tail Light
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Click Tail Light by Blackburn
Since it combines two bright LED lights, a red lens, tool-free mounting, and a simple click to turn on, the Click Tail Light is the ideal way to boost visibility while riding home after an exhausting night of work, school, or socializing. Even if you're not necessarily feeling up to the ride home, the Click takes some of the hardship out of the commute with its simple strap-on design and even simpler operation. The light just clicks, letting you get on with your night.

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SKU: BLB005K
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