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Blackburn Grid Side Beacon Light Set

$49.99

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Grid Side Beacon Light Set

Regardless of the time of your ride, one of the most dangerous things cyclists face is navigating intersections with drivers. This feat just became a whole lot less scary, as Blackburn's Grid Side Beacon Light Set just put your fears of not being seen in a driver's periphery to rest. Up to 85 lumens brighten the sides of your bike, helping drivers see you from all directions for up to 6 hours before needing to recharge.
  • Light set helps you be seen from 360 degrees
  • Up to 85 lumens brighten the sides of your bike
  • Battery lasts up to 6 hours for repeated commutes
  • Included charger has dual heads for simultaneous charging
  • IP-65 rating resists water, dust, and grit
  • Mounts to almost any fork with reusable silicone straps (included)
  • Item #BLBJ019

Bulbs
LED
Modes
[solid] high, low, [flash] high, low
Lumens
[high] 85 lumens, [low] 50 lumens
Burn Time
[solid] (high) 1.5hrs, (low) 3hrs, [flash] (high) 3hrs, (low) 6hrs
Mount
silicone straps
Waterproof
IP-65
Includes
dual-headed USB cable
Claimed Weight
58g
Recommended Use
commuting, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Yellow color extremely noticeable

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Very bright. Short battery life on high so not a great day road riding option - better as a commuting light . Because it is yellow/orange it is much more noticeable than a red tail light. Highly recommend it as an additional rear or side light.

>Rating: 3

Looks like a Tonka Truck!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

So I got my new lights installed, and was pretty pleased with them. Then the neighbor's kid yelled at me, "Hey, you look like a big Tonka Truck!" And then I thought, "Yes. Yes I do..." Blinky, yes. Cool looking? Definitely not.