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PRODUCT DETAIL

RN 180 TL is a new bike tail light. With a highly transparent lighting strip design, the max output can reach up to 180 lumens. It will protect you day and night. Built-in with the latest light and motion sensors, when a rider has engaged in a sudden stop, RN 180 TL can detect and will increase its output to 180 lumens in a frenzy of flashes, warning fellow travelers and motorists. With the same sensors, the tail light enters into a sleep mode to save power after one minute of inaction. Any movement will immediately re-activate the unit.

KEY FEATURE

olight rn 180 bike rear light

olight rn 180 bike rear light

olight rn 180 bike rear light

olight rn 180 bike rear light

olight rn 180 bike rear light

olight rn 180 bike rear light

olight rn 180 bike rear light

OLIGHT PROMISE

GENERAL DATA
Max. Performance (Lumens)
180
Compatible Batteries
3.7V 800mAh Battery(Built-in)
Charge Type
USB Charging
Form/Size Factor
Small Size
Series
RN Series
LIGHTING LEVELS
CONSTANT
AUTO BRAKE    180lumens      / LOW                27 lumens     03:30 MID                 63 lumens     02:00 HIGH               125 lumens   01:30
FLASH
AUTO BRAKE       180 lumens           / BREATHE              0-125-0 lumens  02:30 COMET                 125-0 lumens     03:30 FLASH                   0-125 lumens    10:00 INTERACTIVE        125-0 lumens     6:00
SMART
AUTO BRAKE   180 lumens        / DAY                3-125 lumens 18:00 NIGHT           9-125 lumens 03:00
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Waterproof
IPX6
Weight (g / oz)
37.0 / 1.30
Length (mm / in)
70.0 / 2.76
Width (mm / in)
25.0 / 0.98
Height (mm / in)
19.0 / 0.75
Use
road cycling, MTB riding, commuting
Packaging
Carton box
Package Contents
RN180 TL × 1
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06 Jul, 2022

This light is downright dangerous. I don't know exactly how long it lasts, just that it is under 20 minutes. The few times I have used it, it has been off when I have checked it. So I had been riding for an unknown period with no rear light. The battery cell is far too small. It now sits chucked into the corner of my workbench amongst other bits of rubbish that will be thrown away when I get around to tidying up. You would be better off lighting a birthday cake candle

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17 Mar, 2022

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