The True 1200 Headlight from Serfas is a small, compact headlight with incredibly long runtime, making it ideal as a bright commuter light and for trail rides. It's very lightweight and can be mounted on your handlebar or helmet offering a wide and bright beam pattern. Packing 1200 lumens, this light is plenty bright for lighting up the trail, road, or bike path. One really neat feature, afforded by its impressive battery capacity, is its USB Port allowing you to use the battery as a backup power supply when traveling or riding. This makes it easy to top off phones, cameras, or any other electronics that use a USB port for recharging. The brightness comes from a pair of Cree XM-L LED bulbs behind a precision optical lens offering 5 modes so you can balance the right amount of light and battery life. The bulbs receive the juice they need from a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery providing run times of up to 16. 25 hours. Both the handlebar and helmet mount are tool-free offering easy install and removal. And to ensure that the LEDs stay cool for maximum life and brightness, the light comes equipped with Serfas' Ram Air Venting cooling system letting air flow through the light and a series of heat sink fins to keep the bulbs cool.
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