Light & Motion Urban 350 Light

Light & Motion Urban 350 Light
$49.99
Urban 350 Light by Light & Motion
Price subject to change | SKU: LTM000G

Light & Motion Urban 350 Light

Light & Motion offers some incredibly bright Urban lighting systems, cranking out up to 800 lumens for spotlight-like visibility, yet the Light & Motion Urban 350 Headlight is hardly the dim bulb in the family. Figure that the average clip-on light on the streets emits fewer than 100 lumens, and you'll realize that the light, compact, and rechargeable Urban 350 is quite a little light. Using a flexible and durable mounting system, the 350 can be placed on your handlebar or helmet, and it pops off easily when you get home. It's an extremely visible LED light that employs the same innovations as the more expensive Urban series lights, like amber-colored side lighting for 180-degrees of visibility, and a precisely engineered lens that evenly distributes light over a field designed to help cyclists see both near and far while riding. The battery life indicator will let you know how long you can stay out, and the IP67 waterproof rating means the light can still function while submerged under one meter of water for up to 30 minutes, just in case you try out an ill-advised shortcut. The Light & Motion Urban 350 Headlight measures 4 inches long by 1. 2 inches wide and takes 5 hours to charge with no tools required for installation. It can be mounted easily to either your handlebar or helmet, and it comes in two colors: Blue Moon or Obsidian Stout.

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