Full-Beam Fusion Lights

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Product Description

No external battery pack, no cables, no messing, just a lot of light in a convenient package. Downhill, All-Mountain, Dirt Jump, Trail, North Shore & XC - Ride to your limit, not to your light’s.

  • 2100 Lumens light output
  • From 7 High Efficacy LEDs
  • Choice of optics to suit your riding
  • Throws light a long way down the trail
  • TBDg total system weight
  • 3 Light Level operation
  • Typical runtimes of 1h20 at 2100 Lumens, 5h at 675 Lumens, 3 days continuous running at 125 Lumens
  • Intelligent LED and battery protection
  • 2 hours charge time
  • Blinky mode
  • Low battery warning
  • Single bar mounting lamp unit, cable design
  • Very rugged and weatherproof
  • Scratchproof, toughened glass lens
  • Manufactured in the UK
    Mtbr Bike Lights Shootout - over 50 bike lights reviewed, photographed and measured here.
  • Full Beam Fusion Pro Review

    Holy moly, a self-contained light arrived from the UK from a brand new company. It must be a good day. Prior to this, I did a lot of riding with the Lupine Wilma TL and the the Exposure MaxxD both reviewed on this light shootout. This category of High End self contained bike flashlights is the most exciting today as the latest LEDs are crammed into one case with the highest quality batteries available. The rider is left with a small light with no wires that puts out about as much light as a car headlight. Continue reading →


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