Product DescriptionThe BikeRayUSA Speed I bike light sets a new standard in ultimate light output at an affordable price. Its blisteringly bright 1000 lumen LED means a great flood beam that can light up what’s in front of you. This light is much brighter than a car headlight and anyone else can see you from a good distance away. The BikeRayUSA Speed I uses a CREE XM-L T6 LED to achieve its fantastic power output. And the single light head design is highly waterproof, lightweight and doesn’t take up much room on the handlebars. The 22 degree molded optical glass lens orange peel reflector directs the light to where it is most needed, lighting up the road ahead while also providing good throw. A temperature protection circuit will stop the light overheating, automatically stepping the output down if the light is left on full with no airflow around it. The bevel (lid casing) is sealed to prevent tampering of the lighthead and will void warranty if removed.
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