Urban 1000 and Vis 180 Pro Light Combo by Light & Motion
Designed to provide cyclists with greater protection on the roadways, the Light & Motion Urban 1000 and Vis 180 Pro Light Combo is one of the most powerful head and tail packages available to help you safely get from Point A to Point B. Starting with the front light, the Urban 1000 offers illumination that's akin to a car's headlights in a water-resistant construction that can switch between four modes to meet the needs of your ride. Side lights provide peripheral lighting for increased visibility when crossing intersections, and an impact-resistant housing ensures this light keeps on truckin' after taking a spill. On day time commutes, the pulse mode helps draw attention rather than illuminating the road, while night-time rides are filled with dazzling light thanks to the 1000 lumen high mode. Then, the Vis 180 tail light has a 70-lumen output that's designed to be seen from far away, and is easily mounted to your seat post for optimal visibility. A rechargeable Li-ion battery pack powers both the Urban 1000 and the Vis 180, respectively, and both are charged via the included micro USB from your computer or outlets.
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