Blackburn Click Headlight

Blackburn Click Headlight
Blackburn Click Headlight
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Click Headlight by Blackburn
Whether you're biking home from the bar or just out for some midnight laps, the Blackburn Click Headlight makes the ride safer through its simple design. Powered with two super-bright white LEDs, this headlight is activated by a simple push of the lens to get you seen in a pinch, while the two modes (flashing and steady) accommodate your needs and keep the glow alive for days on end. It also comes with silicon straps to mount to any handlebar without needing tools.

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SKU: BLB004J
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