Planet Bike SuperFlash Turbo: The 1W Evolution of the Trusty Superflash

Planet Bike Superflash Turbo 1W Tail Light
Planet Bike pinged us today with a nice tid bit of information.  This spring you can expect to see the
INCREDIBLY bright 1W Superflash Turbo tail light.  This is the evolution of the ever popular Superflash
tail light.  I have personally been using two Superflash lights (one on the seat post, and one on the bag)
for over a year now on my daily commute.  I look forward to testing out the new, even brighter version.
Expect a full review soon.
 
In the mean time, jump past the break for specs and pricing.

 

 

1 Watt Power LED plus 2 red LEDs for visibility up to 1 mile

 

New attention-grabbing Turbo flash pattern

 

Soft-touch power switch accesses flashing or steady mode for up to 100 hours of run time on two AA batteries

 

Ultra compact vertical design is weatherproof, lightweight and durable

 

Includes bike mounts and clip mount for multiple mounting options

 

MSRP$ 29.99-34.99

Comments

Michael - 02/03/11 - 8:07pm

Nice, a decent SMIDSY defense without the price tag of a Dinotte 400R. I can always pick out a PB Superflash at a long distance, can’t say the same for any other brand except the Dinotte.

SGK - 02/04/11 - 2:04am

Hope it’s less directional than the current version.

PaulRivers - 02/04/11 - 3:39pm

My biggest problem with my Dinotte 140L is that it’s to damn bright on it’s lowest setting for riding in a pack (yes, I’ve tried it, got complaints). Hope this light fixes that – has a lower brightness so you don’t blind someone in a pack behind you, but also has a the higher/brighter settings.

KC - 02/04/11 - 7:31pm

use my 140L for commuting, not pack riding. For a commute, I don’t leave home without it. But I’m looking forward to this new PBSF for the other rides

Post a comment:

Comment sections can be a beautiful source of knowledge, conversation and comedy. They can also get pretty ugly, which is why we've updated our Comments Policy. If your comment isn't showing up or suddenly disappears, you might want to check it out.