Light & Motion Vya Pro Headlight

Light & Motion Vya Pro Headlight
Light & Motion Vya Pro Headlight
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Vya Pro Headlight by Light & Motion
Light & Motion's Vya Pro Headlight is the ultralight gadget that makes your ride safer without breaking the bank. It features either 250 or 200 lumens depending on the mode, which is plenty to alert other road users to your presence. Featuring Auto Sense technology, this light detects the amount of ambient light around it and adjusts the mode automatically--flashing during the day and solid at night. The light weighs less than 2 ounces but boasts an impressive 180 degrees of visibility by using amber side lighting to help you be seen at intersections. The Vya Pro is constructed to resist water and impact, so you can ride through rain and drop it in the garage without dire consequences. It recharges quickly using a direct USB connection, so you can ride again in just two hours.

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SKU: LTM003T
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