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Ay Up Ultra Lite Lights

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MSRP : $226.15

Product Description

The Ultra Lite kit will suit all single light users. You can have either of the following configurations. Head Torch, Handlebar or Helmet. The Ultra Lite system is just that. The lightest high powered LED light on the planet and the lightest, waterproof, fully protected batteries. One twin 400+ Lumen Lightset in any beam pattern or colour, one Half Epic Battery, one Single Charger, one 240V AC adaptor and a mounting kit of your choice packed inside our new lightweight zipped shell case
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