13364Re: [rootsradicals] Speaking of wet electronics
- May 8, 2011Waterproof costs money. You can purchase bike lights that are water resistant, but they cost more. Most utility cyclists are notoriously cheap.FatRob
From: Cara Lin Bridgman <shokulan@...>
To: rootsradicals <email@example.com>
Sent: Sat, May 7, 2011 9:37 pm
Subject: Re: [rootsradicals] Speaking of wet electronics
What I don't understand is why bike electronics (i.e. lights) aren't
made waterproof. Over the past 10 years I've wasted a lot of money on
headlights that whack out after the first downpour. Taillights tend to
do much better.
David Chase wrote:
> I've just determined "empirically" that a RavX tail-light, when wet, will spontaneously turn itself on, and intermittently cycle through its various blinking modes.
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