Switch-less bike lights use magnetism to lock on and turn on

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Bike lights can be expensive, and owners with those that are fixed to the frame may find they are easily stolen and difficult to install. Developed in Italy, pocket-sized Lucetta lights use magnetism both to secure the devices to the bike frame and as a switch mechanism. Each cylindrical light is around 2cm cubed in size and features a magnetic strip on the back. When the light is attached to the bike, its metal frame completes the circuit and the light is turned on. When it's taken off, the light turns off. A Lucetta set — which includes one white…

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