Portland Design Works Space Lights

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Portland Design Works offers improved visibility in various lighting conditions by combining white and blue LED bulbs. Features one White and one Blue LED for improved visibility in varying light conditions Special lens focuses LED into a 7 LUX beam Mission Control bracket fits a range of handle bars from 22.0-31.8mm ni diameter 2 AA Alkaline batteries included RunTime is 100 hours Bulb: 2 LED Weight: 90.0 g
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