The NukeLight is a ‘high intensity’ bicycle lamp which has been designed to dazzle anyone in its path with a beam of pure electron pulse-wave, neutrino based boron enhanced photons. Or something. The result is a beam which can blind a rabbit at 100 metres. A somewhat positive side-effect of all this bright-eyes stuff is the fact that it may help you avoid being flattened by a bus as you cycle home. Which is a Good Thing. Oh and you can also charge it via USB. $70.00 ish.
Incredibly, there is only a single 3 Watt LED at work here but the light intensity emitted through our lenses reaches up to 540 lumens within 1 meter. We’ve also maximised performance and battery life by using a novel heat-sink structure around the LED, which promotes optimal energy efficency and maximum light output from each charge.