There's some good options for lights on seat posts. But once I started messing with kids seats and trailers it got a lot tougher to find a good light. All the seat post lights got blocked. Putting a seat post light on a kid seat usually results in the light jury rigged to a pipe that's zip tied to the seat. This is the only light I've used after I started hauling a kid around that just works.
My garage door closed on my rear light and broke it, so I called in to order a new one. They delivered it very quickly and in prime condition. And we're so nice to work with! I love my Madsen and everything about it.
Thank you for your review on the rear light, Julia! Glad to hear it arrived safely and is working well! We appreciate your feedback. Safe riding!
The rear red light is a little trickier to install than the front lights (I assume most folks order these together), as it replaces the existing reflector, which must first be removed to accommodate the new equipment. A quick note of instruction on the website might alleviate confusion here -- I thought I had to take the entire wheel off to get at the nuts. But once on it's bright, solid, and easy to operate.