Light Up The Night With The Ultimate Front Bicycle Light Upgrade
Seeing and being seen is what safe riding in the dark is all about. Make sure motorists and other cyclists see you coming with the able beacon of brightness that is the Blackburn Local 50 Front Light.
This compact headlight provides stellar illumination, features three different modes, and displays a bright 50 lumens of light depending on the mode output. For additional safety, the headlight sports a clear silicone side bezel that amplifies visibility on all sides. Built from resilient injected plastic, this light fits any size handlebar and quickly installs tool-free with an additional clip for clothing, bags, or racks. With just three AA batteries this simple light can run up to 122 hours uninterrupted, while the IP-65 rating means it can survive dust, grit, and even a low-pressure stream of water.
When dim lighting threatens to keep you off the bike, fight back with the powerful Blackburn Local 50. This front light is even ANSI FL-1 certified so you can see how each claim was measured in a controlled testing environment for optimal transparency. As the nights get longer, make the switch to the front light of your dreams today.
Lightweight yet durable 6.4 oz
High mode – 26 hours at 50 lumens
Low mode – 50 hours at 25 lumens
Strobe mode – 122 hours at 25 lumens
IP-65 submersible – totally protected against dust/grit and low-pressure water jets from any direction
Universal Silicone Light Mount fits diameters 15mm through 35mm and includes a clip
Powered from 3 AA batteries
Meets ANSI FL-1 Standard by providing consistent performance measurements for handheld lights in how output, run time, water resistance, and other performance claims were measured
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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