Blackburn Local 50 Headlight

Blackburn Local 50 Headlight
Blackburn Local 50 Headlight
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Local 50 Headlight by Blackburn
When you're biking home after sunset, make sure you're able to see the road ahead with the luminous Blackburn Local 50 Headlight. Following the ANSI FL-1 design standard, the Local 50 employs two LED bulbs to give off 50 lumens of powerful light that shines brightly, while its three separate modes range from steady to flashing to strobe to help you catch the eye of drivers on the road. Plus, its silicone strap offers universal compatibility, and the clear silicone side bezel helps enhance your side visibility.

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