Planet Bike Superflash Turbo - Luz trasera para bicicleta, color blanco y rojo
- El legendario alta potencia luz trasera con firmes y llamativas Turbo intermitente
- Altamente visible, incluso a plena luz del día
- Incluye soportes para bicicleta y clip para múltiples opciones de montaje.
- Resistencia al agua tasada a IPX6 estándar
- Hasta 100 horas de tiempo de funcionamiento de 2 pilas AAA (incluidas)
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Blink. Blink. Blink. Ya sea que estés haciendo ciclismo en casa de la escuela o en un viaje de entrenamiento largo, Planet Bike legendaria linterna para bicicleta Turbo bicicleta te mantendrá visible cada vez que vayas en tu bicicleta.
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I wanna focus here on a comparison between the RADBOT 1000 and the new Planet Bike Superflash TURBO. When I was trying to figure out how these two compare I could not find any review about this! So... now I am writing one.
The Radbot used to be basically the only mainstream 1 watt tail light at this time, which proofed to be extraordinarily bright. Now the Superflash Turbo comes into the 1 watt league as well, and I just bought one because I am a blinking stuff addict ;) .
The Superflash turbo is really bright, a direct comparison of both lights on steady on in my dark basement revealed NO difference. The beam is basically exactly the same, same width, same shades, same brightness. I was surprised by that, but I guess they have the same LED supplier. Positive about the Superflash here: the whole case gets illuminated in a nice red, so the visibility from the side is higher than with the Radbot 1000. So, if you wanna run the lights on steady on, it does not really make a difference which one you get.
The flashing mode on the Superflash turbo is superior to the Radbot's rapid flash. The Radbot has a more constant flashing sequence, the Turbo's seems to be very random. However, sometimes the Turbo's flash gets really bright in this mode, which is not the case with the Radbot. The Radbot doesn't reach the highest brightness in the flashing mode somehow. BIG plus for the Turbo since I prefer the flashing modes on my bicycle. I was actually really surprised by this since I LOVE the Radbot. But the flashing pattern with the Turbo is really nice. Of course the 2 additional smaller LEDs help out a little, too.
The Turbo does not have the slow on-off mode that the radbot has. I really like that on the Radbot, since it reaches the full brightness for a while and then gets darker again. This is a more "quiet" sequence that is a mixture of the steady on and the flashing.
My bike now has both lights mounted, and I run the Radbot on the slow on-off, and the Turbo in the flashing mode. Looks really nice and is highly visible!
The Radbot actually comes with more mounting brackets and hardware than the Turbo, plus point for the Radbot. The Radbot also has a nice reflector, the Turbo is a little smaller instead.
So whichever light you choose, they are both really really good! You will be satisfied with either one, the Radbot is a little cheaper.
So on a scale from 1 to 10 they both get a 10, the next competitive lights on the market get a maximum of 6. Both lights are playing in a different league!
Hope I helped you guys out who wanted more of a comparison between these two lights!
I have seen the light on the road and it is noticeably more visible than the other biker’s taillights. It was easily visible from far away in a car, and I personally can’t imagine riding a road bike on an open road without one.
The lights have been transported on the bike on a bike rack behind the car and never had any issue with the lights falling off, even on very long trips at highway speeds.
The battery life seems to be excellent, lasting for months. When paired with rechargeable batteries, you really can’t go wrong.
I purchased this light in December 2012 and it is currently February 2018. The light is still going strong. There are newer bike lights on the market today, but this LED light is still functionally excellent, has not been made obsolete by brighter or safer newer taillights in any way. If I needed to, I would purchase another one today.
I hope this helps your purchasing decision. If you have any questions about my review, please feel free to message me. I’ll try and reply in a timely manner!