Omega 300 Tail Light
A good tail light is essential for safe cycling at night and daytime for that matter, and the Omega 300 Tail Light from NiteRider better helps you get noticed by motorists with 3 high-performance LEDs. It's designed and tested to maximize output, up to 300 lumens, and runtime, up to 6-hours in its brightest Daylight Visible Flash mode setting.
Thoughtful features include the Group Ride Mode that lets you trade pulls during the group ride without distracting those following your wheel. An easy on and off seatpost strap with quick release tab makes taking the light off when swapping bikes, doing maintenance, or recharging the Li-Po battery with its convenient USB, quite simple. Its tested to the FL1 Standard IP64 making it dust and water-resistant. At a total of 79 grams including the mounting hardware, there's no excuse not to run this light anytime you're on a bike.
- A taillight for daytime and evening rides
- A range of flash and steady modes up to 30 lumens
- Low battery indicator minimizes surprises
- IP-64 rating resists light precipitation
- Rechargeable via USB for convenience
- The quick-release tab makes for easy on and off
- Item #NRI003Q
- 3 LED
- Power Source
- Li-Po battery
- Batteries Included
- 2 soild, 3 flach
- Burn Time
- 6 - 30 hours
- mount, charger
- Claimed Weight
- 2.8oz (79g)
- Recommended Use
- commuting, road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
December 21, 2020
Steer Clear of NiteRider Taillights
- I've put it through the wringer
Over eight to ten years for two bikes, I purchased three or four NiteRider headlights and at least as many NiteRider taillights… based primarily on the tech specs. Early ones were not rechargeable, later ones rechargeable. Now questioning, er... abandoning, my brand loyalty. One taillight simply stopped working (Cherry Bomb), another had the clip mount crack off, and the most recent one never lived up to the charging specs out of the box and quickly got worse from there (Solas). I’m a pride-of-ownership kinda person, take care of my stuff, have been anything but “hard” on these lights, and they’ve been unsatisfactory. Without getting into the details, let’s just say my interaction with NiteRider customer support was less than satisfying. Zero, zip, nada appreciation for my loyalty. The OLED headlight still works fine after two seasons. But I’d steer as far away as I could from their taillights. Longevity sucks. I’m likely to opt for the Specialized Stix Elite 2 Taillight or the Lyzene Strip Drive Pro Tail Light to replace the latest NiteRider that broke.
June 9, 2019
Outstanding!...until it rains.
- I've used it several times
Really excellent light... bright, functional, mounts and charges easily and effectively, multiple settings. I wish that 10 minute rainstorm I rode through didn't short it out completely! Does not work at all now.
January 20, 2020
Agree, have had 2 of these die first time it was wet. Terrible in the wet conditions. Am done with these