I dug my leg light out and the only thing I could find on it other than Made in France is "Type Atuvu" and the word "Wonder". Maybe it was called a Wonder light. By the way, it worked when I switched it on. ;-p
San Jose, California
>I actually liked those cheap leg lights quite a lot. I thought they
> were the best alternative out there at the time if you didn't need
> light to ride by and wanted just to be visible/legal on the road. You
> did have to swap out the useless strap/buckle for a velcro pant leg
> thing though.
> Manufacturer? Don't remember, I don't think any was molded in, but
> they did say "Made in France" on them, at least on all the ones I saw.
> Kurt Sperry
> Bellingham, Washington
> 2008/12/18 <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Couldn't help but notice that so far...
>> No mention of manufacturer...
>> No mention of country of origin...
>> No mention of when it arrived in glory and when it died...
>> Totally clueless myself I'll admit...
>> ...Dale might want to know!
>> Robert Shackelford
>> San Jose, CA USA
>> Quoting Phil Brown <email@example.com>:
>>> On Dec 18, 2008, at 1:30 PM, Angel Garcia wrote:
>>> > Is is white, T shaped, clear lens on one side, red on the other? I
>>> > have one.
>>> > Definitely vintage.
>>> I had one in period.
>>> Used it the last time I lived in Berkeley, calif