Electrodynamic Bike Light Cuts Down On Batteries

Next Story

Blufr tests your b.s. radar

Hey, look, it’s another product that somebody should have thought of years ago but hasn’t. The Electrodynamic Bike Light is a new set of lights that are charged through electromagnetic induction. So when you’re riding, they’re shining. It’s smart as well as environment-consious. I’m trying desperately to get my bike from Baton Rouge to Chicago, and if I’m successful, I’ll probably buy a set of these things immediately. Only about $45 for the pair, so somebody drive up to Chicago soon and drop my bike off for me, kthanks.

Reelight: Electrodynamic Bike Lights [Treehugger via Gizmodo]

blog comments powered by Disqus