The Light and Motion Urban 700 Light provides everything the urban rider needs for a safe, brightly lit commute. This 700 lumen light provides 360º of illumination powerful enough for nighttime shred sessions on the local singletrack.
The Light and Motion Urban 700 features a 700 lumen FL-1 certified front light with dual amber side lights, providing 360º of illumination for passing motorists or cyclists. Designed to be visible, versatile, and reliable, the Urban 700 features multiple different lighting modes from a daylight pulse to the full 700 lumen output, providing up to 12 hours of light on a single charge. Getting their start in the dive light market, it's no surprise that these lights are waterproof for all-weather reliability.
The Light and Motion Urban 700 Light includes the Urban 700 Headlight, Quick Release Handlebar Mount, and Micro USB Charging Cable.
Urban 700 Features:
- Four light modes: High, Medium, Low, Pulse.
- Lumens: High – 700, Medium – 350, Low – 175, Pulse – 175.
- Run time: High – 1.5 hours, Medium – 3 hrs, Low – 6 hrs, Pulse – 12 hrs.
- Charge Time: 5 hours.
- Weight: 121 grams.
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Nice light, but Race Mode is not a plus
This light is compact and relatively light weight. I already had another light, but I got this one when it was on special because of the pulsing light mode for daylight use. Part of my commute is on a busy road and I wanted the added safety. It does take several hours to charge, but that's typical for this kind of light.
What I've found frustrating is that it's too easy to accidentally activate the so-called race mode where successive clicks of the power button alternate only between high and medium brightness settings. The first time this happened I could not figure out what had gone wrong, and why I couldn't get to the pulse mode. I gave up after several minutes of frustration and started my ride. When I finally looked up the instructions online, it explained what was happening, but even knowing that it is still too easy to switch modes accidentally. 1 second button press to turn onoff can easily slip to 2 seconds which switches between race and standard mode.
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