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The most powerful model in the Seemee bike tail light series, the Seemee 200 has a super bright main light and a secondary area light, providing optimal visibility for urban and road cyclists.
The brightest model currently in the Seemee series Magicshine bike tail light, Seemee 200’s main light points backward with 260 visibility from behind and a secondary tracing light that shines directly at the ground, creating a red circle that catches attention from all directions.
The main light offers 30, 70, and 140-lumen output mode with its constant mode, under which the tracing light will stay in flash mode. 4 flash modes including 3 variations of the 140-lumen flashes and a 125-lumen pattern. Under the flash modes, the tracing light will maintain a constant mode. Like the previous models, the Seemee 200 Magicshine bike tail light comes with a smart ambient light sensor by default and automatically adjusts the light mode for day and night. Note, that the tracing light is off during day mode. The 200-lumen brake light will be activated on brakes, sudden changes in movement pattern, this mode lasts 3 seconds and is auto disabled when the remaining battery capacity drops to 5%.
Battery indicator built into the power switch, short pressing reveals the remaining battery capacity with green: 20% and above, and red: under 20%. When the battery is nearing empty at 5%, a low-powered 30-lumen flash mode will be triggered. This mode will last 20 minutes. Runtime ranges from 2.5 hours to 50 hours depending on mode, without frequent use of the brake sensor.
Seemee 200 Magicshine bike tail light is IPX6 weatherproof and is USB rechargeable. Included are 2 mounting options, an adjustable seat post strap, and a seat rail mount that hooks under the seat. The mounting mechanism is a quarter-turn style lock and unlock. The Seemee series also comes with 60, 100, 180, and 30-lumen combo versions.
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