NiteRider Lumina Dual 1800 Headlight

NiteRider Lumina Dual 1800 Headlight
NiteRider Lumina Dual 1800 Headlight
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Lumina Dual 1800 Headlight by NiteRider
With two large LED bulbs and an all-new collimator lens, the Lumina 1800 produces a far-reaching beam with extensive peripheral illumination. This makes it an ideal choice for both night time trail rides and early morning commutes, ensuring nothing in your path can take you by surprise. An 1800-lumen max output means this is the brightest self-contained bike light NiteRider has offered to date.

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SKU: NRI003J
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