NiteRider Mako 150 Light

NiteRider Mako 150 Light
$39.95
Mako 150 Light by NiteRider
Price subject to change | SKU: NRI0172

NiteRider Mako 150 Light

Many entry level bike lights operate only with the notion that it's important for you to be seen, not to see whats in front of you. However,NiteRider has taken its introductory light offering to the next level with the Mako 150 Light. A budget conscious option for front lights, the Mako 150 will illuminate your way home and make other road users aware of your presence. The Mako 150 uses a CREE LED bulb to broadcast 150 lumens of light into a wide beam across the road. It has three lights settings for varied riding situations -- high, low, and flashing. And since lateral visibility is just as important as frontal visibility, NiteRider installed 'gills' on both sides of the light body to emit red light on every setting. The NiteRider Mako 150 comes with an adjustable handlebar mount that fits bars up to 31. 8mm in diameter. The light operates on two batteries, and it has a claimed weight of 165g.

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