Bike Light: Sparse

Curator: Katie Dill
date: June 23, 2014
Categories: Experience Design
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Fixed light system

Designed by local San Francisco bike enthusiasts, this bike light seeks to ease riders’ daily commute. I’ve lost more than one bike light because I’ve forgotten to remove it on either end of my commute. With Sparse, you install it once and never have to remove it again. The design is sleek, the materials are solid and it looks great integrated into the bike. Just set it and forget it.

  • Aloha Joe

    The concept marketed is a bit deceiving because users are required to recharge the unit after every 4 hours of use via usb and unless you have a wall plug where you are storing your bike, only then can you benefit from the “set it and forget it” mentality. So I personally will still be using my turtle blinkers hanging from my rear pack.

    It certainly looks nice though.

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