What are WingLights?
WingLights are CYCL’s high quality bicycle turn signals – As Seen On BBC’s Dragons’ Den. These lightweight, durable, waterproof turn signals are easy to install and even easier to use. Held in place via a metal mount and magnetic back, WingLights produce a bright flashing light when activated. Not only can WingLights be seen from all angles at any time of the day, they can be turned on or off without moving your hands from the handlebars. When removed, the units clip together to form a keyring on a caribiner for safekeeping. WingLights have been featured in The London Evening Standard, Road Safety GB, and Road.CC, and are what we strongly believe to be the next step in cycling safety.
Approximately 75% of all cycling accidents occur at major intersections and while turning. CYCL aims to reduce this figure by helping to increase cyclist visibility in these dangerous areas. When using WingLights as a supportive visual aid, drivers and other road users are more likely to notice your change in direction – lowering the chance of collisions and helping to increase your confidence while riding.
WingLights use 2 x CR2032 batteries (included), and turn off automatically after 45 seconds -providing riders with up to six months of daily use. Alternatively, WingLights are compatible with 2 x LIR2032 rechargeable batteries.
FAQs & Compatibility
For a complete list of frequently asked questions and an easy to read compatibility guide, please visit cycl.bike/frequently-asked-questions/
WingLights Mag – Direction Indicators for Bicycles / Bike Indicators (Carbon Black (EP))
- As Seen on Dragons' Den
- 4 extra bright LEDs per magnetic indicator
- Durable, Waterproof, Shockproof Design, High quality aluminium body
- Mounters easy to install, Indicators magnetically attach to the mounters, NEW! Extra Pin for Stronger Connection between the Mounter and the Light
- Compatible with any straight or curved (up to 60 deg) handlebars (inner diameter between 14.9 mm and 22 mm)
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What are WingLights?