Lupine Piko TL Max Lights
|MSRP : $400.00|
Product DescriptionMaybe the next evolutionary step in the history of our lamps? Our small PikoTL always carries its battery with it - any time and any place. Smaller than a smartphone, it gives light like a real big one all the same. The slim, black lamp fits your hand nicely and is an inconspicuous companion until you switch it on and unleash 750 lumens of pure light power from this 180 grams light-weight lamp. Furthermore, it features various functions while providing for easy operation. Any place and any time you may activate and use different light programs by just pressing a button. Merely a little detail, but the connoisseur will surely appreciate it: an additional thread on the bottom of the lamp extends the lamp's possibilities for application and so our Piko TL is either an extremely compact flashlight or the most modern LED bike light in the world.
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Hello all, wondering if anyone could comment on the above comparisons? Or even if you have used either one? Locally they are exactly the same price because the Lupine is the older 900 lumen version and the new 1200 lumen version is now out, so the dealer is having a sell out of the older model. ... Read More »
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