The Pathfinder USB Headlight from Portland Design Works features CREE LED, durable weatherproof construction, and 4 modes of illumination for environmental adaptability - steady low, steady high, pulse, and daytime flash. Its Vertical Cutoff Beam yields 200 lumens of concentrated light onto the ground directly ahead while supplemental beams make the rider more visible to oncoming traffic. A battery level indicator on the top side indicates the level of charge remaining. While charging it flashes green and once fully charged, it emits a steady green light for 10 minutes. The included micro USB charging cord has a speedy 3-hour charging cycle.
Features & Tech:
- Lithium-ion battery.
- CREE LED bulb.
- 25 hours of run time.
- Includes Micro USB charging cord (3 hour charge time).
- Includes UV-proof handlebar mount.
- Meets FL1 standards in lumens, burn time, weather resistance.
- Weight: 57 g (2 oz).
Modes & Run time:
- Steady low (4 hours).
- Steady high (2 hours).
- Pulse (8 hours).
- Daytime Flash (25 hours).
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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by Gene Kriegsmann
Bonney Lake, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Very effective and long lasting
I use the light for daytime riding in flash mode. It is very bright and visible even in bright sunlight. The battery lasts for quite some time. I have done as many as 5 rides, 3 hour long, between charges. Even after those rides the indicators show that there was charge left. It is larger than my previous headlight, but it is better design over all. I have had very good luck with Portland Design Works products, and this one simply confirms my faith in the quality of the company.
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