Bontrager Ion 2 Lights
|MSRP : $39.99|
Product DescriptionThe Ion series is designed with the unique needs of cyclists in mind with weather resistant bodies, multiple beam modes and a wide range of visibility. The Ion 2 includes a bright white 1W LED and Bontrager's new Sync2 bracket. 20+ hours of run time capable via three AAA batteries (included).
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