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MonkeyLectric

Design | September 18, 2013 |

MonkeyLectric

MonkeyLectric designs and manufactures bicycle lights that attach to your spokes and make patterns or even images inside of your spinning bicycle wheel. By mounting an LED array to the spokes of a bicycle, MonkeyLectric dramatically increases a cyclists side visibility, while making their nighttime commute more fun.


With the Monkey Light Pro, the Berkeley based company now offers three different products to the public – the M210 Monkey Light, the M232 Monkey Light and the new Monkey Light Pro which will be released to Kickstarter backers in December. The M210 Monkey Light and the M232 Monkey Light are both designed for daily use by commuting cyclists. Both lights are full color, two sided, waterproof and mount to the spokes of a bicycle wheel.


The M210 Monkey Light has 10 LEDs and comes preloaded with 19 fun patterns, while the M232 Monkey Light has 32 LEDs and comes with 42 themes. The default setting randomly changes between theme and color combinations or users may use the on board buttons to choose their favorite theme and color combination.

The Monkey Light Pro is the newest light and will be released in December of 2013. It is the top of the line bicycle wheel display with 256 full color LEDs capable of showing stabilized images and animation. With a wireless interface and a 1000 frame image capacity this innovative light lets users take their message to the streets in a brand new way.

more. www.monkeylectric.com | rains@monkeylectric.com

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