With the high powered COB red LED light source, the max output is 60 lumens, capable of 180 degrees of visibility.
3 brightness levels, a constant mode and 2 flash modes can be used in any combo, note that the high mode gives out 30 lumens, while the mid and low modes 17 and 9 lumens respectively on this bike safety light.
Built with latest vibration and motion sensor, the Seemee 60 bike tail light detects when the rider has engaged in a sudden stop motion to increase its output to 60 lumens in a frenzy of flashes, warning all fellow travelers and motorists within a 180 degree viewing angle. This light pattern will be bright enough to warrant attention but not enough to cause temporary blindness which is just as likely to cause accidents. 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.
Installation and removal of the taillight is super quick and easy, rotate 90 degrees to install and rotate 90 degrees back to remove, that’s it! Micro-USB charging port is built into the back side of the tail light with water resistant silicone port cover. Seamless integration of the red lens and aluminum alloy plate framing gives the Seemee 60 an IPX 6 rating.
Seemee 60 comes with mounting setups for both the round and Aero seat posts, as well as a multi-purpose mounting clip that will turn this bike tail light into a signal / safety light that can be clipped onto your backpack, helmet strap, saddlebag, even shirt collar.
By user: Nice little tail light for my bike.
I use the clip that lets me attach this to the bags I put on the back of my bike. It is nice because it twists off in either direction. So, no worrying about accidentally breaking it by twisting it the wrong way.
The brightness is nice. I think I’ve seen brighter, but it is the brightest I have splurged on, so far. I don’t travel in isolated roads and usually have a bike lane, so I wasn’t too concerned with the brightness, just didn’t want to be invisible. The charger being standard USB seems to be just flat out be standard nowadays. Which is nice. Just charge it when I’m working so it is ready to take me home.