Wednesday, July 2, 2014

EZ Grip Bike Light Review


Mica pretty much is a duplicate of his Dad. He just gets silly like me sometimes. Daddy and Mica love to ride their bikes. I think Isaak will like riding to once he figures it out.

I got the Lumenx - EZ Grip Bike Light to review. It's $19.99, but on sale for $14.99 on Amazon. Mica was so excited about it! He loves getting stuff in the mail. I feel like he's safer having a light on his bike. Sometimes Daddy looses track of time. I can just see them starting a trail when it's light outside, and then it getting dark when they finish it.


Right away Mica wanted it installed. We got it right before we went on vacation. It only took a few minutes to install it. It also has an easy integrated clip feature which allows quick mounting and fits around any handlebar, seat post and frame tube. The light can be mounted on any bike: Mountain Bike, Street Bike, or a Children's Bike. The light consists of a front bike light and a rear tail light.

You just push the top to turn the light on. There's a flashing light for an emergency situation. There's also a light that stays on when you're in the dark, or if the weather is cloudy. There are 4 modes all together: Constant, Strobe, Disco Strobe and Epileptic Fit Strobe. The lights are made out of a high quality silicone material. The silicone is water resistant, which is great for emergencies.

How it's Turned On

Here's the Flashing Light

Here's the Light that Stays On

This is the Light That Goes On the Back of the Bike

The back like wouldn't stay straight. That was the only problem we had with it.

LumenX offers the new high quality dual energy efficient LED bike light. They are super bright, with 90 lumens and provide up to 150M safe use.

The EZ Grip Bike Light has an energy saving feature. It can last up to 130 hours of flashing and 25 hours of constant light.

The batteries were included. 

Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. 

Little man is a happy rider.



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7 comments:

Harry Flashman said...

Les Stroud and Cody Lundin would both approve. That's a good idea.

Theresa Mahoney said...

My husband used to bike at night all the time. I wish he would have put one of these on his bike. It would have made me worry a lot less when he was out riding!

Ai Sakura said...

I think it's very much safer with the lights on for sure! Lil Pumpkin is still on her strider bike but guess we'll try to get her a proper 2 wheeler next yr?

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Masshole Mommy said...

I want to get one of those for each of my boys bikes now.

mail4rosey said...

This is a great idea! My second oldest went through a period where he was riding his bike to the college up the road to see his gf (when he didn't have a car yet). I would have loved a light on his bike! One thing like that makes a HUGE difference.

~ Noelle said...

That is pretty cool... Broxton is finally getting back into enjoying his bike

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

We just started riding our bikes again and this morning it was over cast. That light would have worked well so the cars could see us better.

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