Lucnt is a smart bike light that functions like a car’s brake lights. It uses multiple sensors coupled with smart algorithms to sense when you slow down or accelerate, increasing your visibility on the road and helping drivers behind you to steer clear.
If you can handle riding in it, so can Lucnt. The light’s housing and mounting system was designed to work in rain, snow, wind, and dust.
Charge Lucnt with any micro USB cable — just 1 hour of charging gives you 20 hours of continuous use.
In the flipped-up orientation Lucnt puts out a steady red light. When flipped downward, the light blinks and transitions to a steady red glow whenever you slow down.
4 primary CREE LEDs activate whenever the light is mounted to your bike, putting out 59 lumens from each LED to give you a beacon that shines through anything.
Mount and Ride.
Not only is it powerful, energy-efficient, and tough, it’s also the approximate size and weight of a USB thumb drive. We designed it to be sleek and compact, both on the bike and elsewhere.
To mount it, choose the orientation you want and slot Lucnt onto its magnetic seat mount. To remove it, simply pull the light off its mount and slide it into your pocket — it will turn off instantly.
Lucnt has two sized seat mounts. Size A fits post sizes 24-27mm and size B fits post sizes of 29-31mm. Adjustments to fin any size in between are made by using a non-marring set screw.
It’s ready when you are.
There’s no power switch to worry about, either — Lucnt is automatically activated by the magnets in the bike mount, so it will never drain itself while not in use (and you never get left in the dark).
The four individual lights on the face of Lucnt indicate the battery level when it’s plugged in or mounted on your bike, so you know when it’s ready to go. Thanks to the sensors inside the light, it can also sense when your bike is stationary — so even when you leave it attached, it only stays on for 90 seconds before going into standby.
To wake Lucnt, just swing your leg over the bike and start pedaling, and the natural movements of the bike will activate it within a matter of seconds.