Light & Motion Helmet Mount for Seca/Vega/Stella

Light & Motion Helmet Mount for Seca/Vega/Stella
Light & Motion Helmet Mount for Seca/Vega/Stella
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Helmet Mount for Seca/Vega/Stella by Light & Motion
Use Light & Motion's tool-free Helmet Mount to attach your Light & Motion Bike Light to your brain bucket. Attach the light to the mount, and then use the hook-and-loop strap to secure it to your helmet--no Allen key or screwdriver needed.

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SKU: LTM0026
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