Update Feb 2018: I now use the DiNotte QuadRed.
I just ordered a DiNotte 300R LED taillight, because the days are growing short, and my riding time is being forced more and more into darker hours.
My Lupine lights let me see and be seen from ahead, but it’s a tail light that makes drivers pay attention from behind.
I was unable to find any way to order more than one mount (as I have multiple bikes); I’d like to be able to snap the light into place on any of my bikes.
The new DiNotte 300R uses a quick release system allowing the taillight to quickly come on and off the bike. It can also bolt on permanently.
After ordering and paying for the DiNotte 300R, I received this reply to a previous query in response to my request for a 300R for review, in which I made it clear that I was not asking for a free sample, and that I’d either buy it or return it when done.
I guess the real question is if you're a road cyclist, why don't you already own this light - how could anyone talk about it as a must have if they don't have one?
If you don't have one, I'm afraid you don't understand the importance of the product.
I would suggest for your own safety you purchase one.
Writing about what a necessary product it is, but not having one for yourself simply does not add up.
— Anonymous reply from DiNotte.com
I’m still trying to figure out how I can review a light before I have ever seen it. Or how I can determine whether it’s worth my money before I have it. I review products for the benefit of my readers, but I cannot afford to buy everything out there, so loaner items are always my first choice. On a related note, my $45 PowerFlare has served me well for many years.