Magnetic bike lights from Copenhagen Parts: for people who like/need to bike when it’s dark and don’t mind looking effortlessly stylish while doing it. The lights turn on when you attach them and off when you remove them. Simple as that.
As we’ve said before, the best ideas are often the ones that make you raise your eyebrows, slap your forehead and shout: ‘why didn’t I think of that!’ - in a perplexed, high-pitched voice. Case in point are these delectably simple, aesthetically pleasing magnetic lights from Copenhagen Parts that turn on/off when you attach/remove them from your bike frame. Both versions come in a small package, made from recycled materials, which can be used to store the lights. In addition, the lights are compact and use battery-driven LED light sources.
If you know anything about Copenhagen, you’ll know that we spend a good deal of the year in darkness. During winter it starts setting in around four pm and because biking is the easiest, most hassle-free way to get around the centre’s small, 17th century streets, bike lights are essential. Saying that these lights are a godsend would probably be a bit excessive, but they certainly do look remarkably useful.
Maybe the divine will be involved in our final judgment if the price of these bad boys isn’t set somewhere in the outer stratosphere.