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So called, because of the Chips On Board (COB) LED tech this light uses to give off its superior glow. Perfect for all traffic scenarios i.e. cars coming at you from the side, or to soften the glare from your mate's rear end in the peloton. With its 120° beam and reflective faceplate, Mr Chips makes sure you are seen not just from the rear, but from the side too. This bright bike lights long runtimes and output of 44 lumens ensures you are well seen up to at least 1.2 kilometres away, all night long. And its secret weapon? 3x rear interchangeable straps so you can swap these tail lights between bikes with different sized seatposts - including aero seatposts..
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This light is bright and I like the functionality (blinking and light set up are easy). However, there are some major design flaws as I see them. First, to charge it there is a USB "stub" that sticks out of the back of the light and you are meant to just shove it into a USB slot directly. There are two issues I have with this: This USB "stub" is part of the mounting area and could easily be damaged or broken when taking the light off the seat post. I also don't like the strap and clamping system but I can live with this. The second issue with the USB "stub" is that you have to plug it directly into a USB slot. I often charge my lights on my laptop, and the orientation of the "stub" will not allow it to plug into my laptop without raising my laptop off of the desk and it blocks my other USB ports. The other issue I have is that it is hard to access the power button when it is mounted to the seat post, especially when wearing gloves.