First Look: Blaze Burner bicycle tail light

24 LEDs emit 100 lumens via 180-degree spread

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The Burner utilizes a bank of 24 LEDs, emitting an 100 lumens via a 180-degree spread of red light.

The Burner utilizes a bank of 24 LEDs, emitting an 100 lumens via a 180-degree spread of red light (click to enlarge).

East London based company Blaze has a new tail light to keep you safe at night. The Burner utilizes a bank of 24 LEDs, emitting an 100 lumens via a 180-degree spread of red light. Equipped with an onboard light sensor, the Burner is capable of operating automatically. It’s also encased in a fully waterproof, diamond-cut aluminum housing increasing its ability to withstand the rigors of everyday use. Blaze is launching the Burner through Kickstarter for $59 and will begin shipping to backers in April 2016.

Check out our review of the Blaze Lazerlight here.

Features of the Blaze Burner
  • Onboard Light Sensor
  • 24 LEDs
  • 180 degree visibility
  • 100 lumen output in bright mode
  • Magnetic snap bracket
  • Bracket allows for multiple-plane adjustability
  • Diamond-cut finish
  • Aluminum casing
  • Waterproof
  • Weighs 100g
  • Month of battery life in standard urban usage

Learn more at blaze.cc.

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