Urban 900 and Vis Micro II Light Combo by Light & Motion
Stay seen and see everything on your daily commutes in unfavorable light conditions with the Light & Motion Urban 900 and Vis Micro II Light Combo. This illuminating package not only has your front and back covered, but also your immediate lefts and rights thanks to a venting design that's intended to create an effective range of light covering 360 degrees, which adds serious visibility as you pedal through intersections or turn onto darker roads. As its name may have hinted, the Urban 900 shines a staggering 900 lumens of light to guide you through road rides in the dead of night when on the high mode, while the eye-catching pulse mode keeps motorists aware of your location in the middle of the day, for up to 12 hours at a time. Not to be outdone, the Vis Micro II Taillight offers an impressive 60 lumens of red light to give you some peace of mind as you focus on the road ahead. Both head and tail lights are impact-and water-resistant to help you make the journey in inclement weather, and both also attach easily with a quick-release handlebar mount and seatpost mount, respectively. Plus, L&M threw in a Micro USB charging cable to help you juice up your lights on the go.
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