Cygolite MityCross 400 Lights

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Ultra-Compact Rechargeable LED Bicycle lighting System for avid road and mountain bikers.New for 2011, the MityCross 400 is the top of the line in the the MityCross series that features dual beam brightness in a ultra compact light. With 6 lighting modes to choose from, battery level and light mode indicators plus featherweight Li-Ion battery, this lighting system will illuminate any road or trail by using the included handlebar or helmet mounts. Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery. Ultra-thin high capacity Li-Ion battery. Weighs a mere 140 grams. Easily mounts to bike stem or helmet. Smart Rapid Charger. Dual Color charging status indicator eliminates charge time guesswork. Smart charging ensures longer battery life. Compatible with 100 to 240 volts, for use worldwide. Mounting Options. Quick release handlebar mount (fits 25.4 - 31.8mm handlebars). Quick release helmet mount w/ extension cord. For Greener Environment. Single rechargeable battery pack saves the environment from hundreds of disposable batteries.
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