TSV-130 Vulcan 130 Lumen Tail Light
Enhanced Side Visibility Design
130 Lumens / 2 Solid & 3 Flash Modes
USB C Rechargeable
Unique Fin Lens Design Provides Enhanced Long Distance Visibility While Creating Generous Attention-Grabbing 270 Degree Side Illumination
3442 in stock (can be backordered)
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Serfas® warrants to the original purchaser that the product is free of defects in material, construction, and/or workmanship for the lifetime of the product.
Battery Warranty – One Year Coverage
Serfas® batteries are covered by a 1 year warranty from the original date of purchase.
- 130 Lumens (Daytime Flash)
- Three Super Bright CREE® LEDs
- Finned Lens Design Provides 270 Degree Visibility
- LED Charge Indicator
- Auto Safe Mode*
- Daytime Flash Mode
- Up To 22 Hours Runtime
- USB C Rechargeable
- Aero Post Compatible Bracket
- Solid Modes:
- High (50 Lumens): 1 hr 30 mins
- Low (15 Lumens): 5 hrs 30 mins
- Flash Modes:
- Daytime Flash (130 Lumens): 19 hrs
- High Flash (75 Lumens): 10 hrs
- Low Flash (20 Lumens): 22 hrs
- *Auto Safe Mode Extends Runtime Additional 45 mins
- Weight: 52 Grams w/ Bracket
- Battery: 500 mAh Lithium Polymer
- Product Package Contents:
- (1) Vulcan 130 Tail Light
- (1) USB C Charging Cable
- (1) Serfas Aero Tail Light Bracket
- (2) Rubber Multi-Straps (1 Long, 1 Short)
Tags: lights, tail light
Wes Morgan –
This is the 5th or 6th Serfas light I’ve used. Multiple Scorpius 100s, a Spectra 150, and now two of these.
– The USB-C charging port is a nice upgrade.
– There is no “light sensitivity” mode to accidentally get stuck in (this was a personal annoyance)
– The light is taller than previous models others, which makes it more difficult to fit below a saddlebag.
– The power button is disappointing. It is nearly flush with the body, making it difficult to locate by touch; it is also located on the top, so if it is mounted just below a saddlebag it will not be easy to reach. There is also little or no tactile feedback when the button is pressed. The Spectra 150 button was located on the rear of the light and had a very satisfying “click” action so it could be easily located and pressed even while wearing gloves.
– Battery life seems lower than previous models, but the very visible blue “low battery” light is excellent feedback reminding you to charge it.
Overall it’s not a bad light, but the power button is very annoying. My personal recommendation would be to find a Spectra 150 on eBay.