Magicshine Seeme 330 TL Compact Tail Light Unboxing.



   Magicshine Seeme 30 TL.



Magicshine Seeme 30  TL Rear bike light.

Fixing strap.

USB Charging, comes with cable.


Easy USB Charging.
Pull back top part of cover to expose the USB port.

Slim nice and light in weight.






On/Off switch on top of light.

Dust Cover.



30TL sits perfectly on the seat post, rubber fitting strap could do with being  slightly larger in size. 

Various light settings.


The 30 TL from Magicshine lights is a super light in weight, it weighs just a light 0.84 oz !
Incredible size, one thing I did Notice was the side reflections from the 30 TL, nice and visible for being seen,
Magicshine have made the 30 TL waterproof passing the IPX6 waterproof test, so you will not get caught out if your in a downpour, or even if you leave it on the bike whilst you wash it...
the 30 TL is a 30 Lumens rear light, visible from up to 800 metres away, so you will be seen day or night.
Magicshine have added a great feature to the T30 TL in a clever Ambient Light Sensor, this makes the 30 TL adjust to the light, the output depends on the amount of light there is, all very clever.
Light setting mode on the 30 TL it has 3 brightness modes, 4 flash modes and a constant mode, with a memory switch, so when it’s turned back on, it will remember the setting it was in When switched off.


My Verdict.
Great compact no nonsense rear bike light.
Easy charge up vie USB.
Nice and simple on off combination switch with last setting memory.
Light as a Feather.
Very good on the brightness with various levels, including flash and permanently on.
Waterproof.

Bad Points.
My only gripe is the rubber fixing strap, could do with being a bit larger, or Having another slightly larger one as I found on a couple of bikes with a larger seat post of around 35 MM was stretching the strap a bit too much, on my Giant carbon seat post which has a flat rear face to it, I found the 30 TL was ok in its position, It was the fixing strap which was at max stretch limit. 


Seatpost diameters generally range from 22 mm to 35 mm in 0.2 mm increments. The most common size is 27.2 mm (1.07 in) for most bikes, especially for the higher-quality models. BMX bikes commonly use 25.4 seatposts. In some modern bikes with thicker alloy or carbon tubing, larger diameters such as 30.9 mm are used.
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Update: 08/09/2020

The Magicshine rear light is very impressive, been using it on the gravel bike now for a few weeks, I find it a easy light to use, nice and bright when you need it on during the day, mount has no faults at all, the rubber satrap has helped keep the Magicshine in place at all time, over rough terrain and out on the road, it’s well worth looking at if you need a rear light now the dark nights are drawing in. 





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