It may not look like it, but this is a bike light. A pair of bike lights, actually. Brought to you by the same Italian design house as the crumpled city maps, Lucetta is the bicycle light simplified. Built without straps or buttons, the Lucetta is all you need in a light and nothing more – as long as there is ample steel on your bike.
Flip the switch on the Lucetta next.
Designed by Emanuele Pizzolorusso, the secret to the Lucetta is magnets. Of course, that also means that your bike, fenders, seat post, or where ever you want to stick the Lucetta has to be steel. With a bit of ferrous metal, the Lucetta works by simply breaking apart the two lights from storage and sticking them to your bike. This action activates the light, and can be repeated to change the setting – either steady, flashing, or fast flashing. Each light duo has a single red and white LED that is powered by its own pair of CR2032 batteries (4 batteries per pair of lights). The batteries are good for up to 40 hours of run time in a weather resistant package.
Available in three colors, red, white, and black, the Lucetta retails for €25 with shipping to the US starting at €10 (~$47 total).