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Fossil Fool’s Down Low Glow

by RL Policar

The folks at Fossil Fool sent us a Down Low Glow Kit to review.

Just to let you know…cuz the photos don’t do it any justice, this thing is SUPER bright!

Here’s the battery pack that lasts for 4.5 hours.

This is a shot with the flash on…its still bright!

This is me riding it on the street.

When you order this bad boy, you get:

Rechargeable NiMH Battery “The power switch for your lights is integrated with the battery. Your lights will run 2.5 hours on a fully charged battery (or 4.5 hours for the single-tube systems.) ”

Battery Charger

Shockproof light tubes(you get 1 or 2 depending on which model you order)
“Our light tubes are superbright, super light, and imperveous to road shock! The chrome reflectors bounce all the light towards the road to maximize your visibility and create the “hovering” or “pillow” effect. The reflectors also minimize glare, allowing your night vision to fully function.”

Full Mounting Kit
“No zip ties! The X-shaped plastic clip mounts to your frame with stretchy rubber straps. You can move the Down Low Glow from one bike to another without having to snip and toss out old zip ties. ”

Prices range from $99-$159.

Stay tuned for a review.

 
The Chariot Summer Sale - 2013

2 Responses to “Fossil Fool’s Down Low Glow”

  1. Warren T says:

    Wow! Having made my first commute home in traffic in the dark (with flashies) I have to say I want that light in a bad way. My only concern is that it will prompt me to get some sort of hydraulic system and a stereo with big sub woofers that I’ll have to strap on the bike.

  2. Moe says:

    That can easily be done if you attach the Xtracycle Freeradical to your bike :)

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