Amber bike lights seem to be rare, yet for riding with cars on pavement in daytime, i.e. to be seen rather than to see (at night). These (2 in set) are intended as side lights, but I repurposed each as a forward facing flashing light. They are bright enough to be seen from a distance, & IMO they help prevent the most common motorist-caused crashes with bicycles: pulling out in front of, and left-turning across. I also run a daytime flashing red taillight.
4 stars because they only last 2-3 hrs flashing, on one charge.
So far these have worked great. My commute is app. 45 minutes and I have been charging them app. once a week since the days have gotten shorter. Would estimate about 3 hours total running time on flashing mode. They are bright and I have not had any cars pull out in front of me on side streets since using them. Little concerned about the longevity of the elastic bands used to secure them to my bike frame. That's about the only thing that I would consider redesigning with these. They have addressed a longtime concern of mine to be visible from the side while riding at night.
Just enough distracted drivers out there for your entire lifetime.TWICE since I've used Beacon Light careless drivers overran the Stop sign by 20-30 feet, stopping before I was injured. Basically essential.