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Pack a punch.
Packing a solid punch, the Light & Motion Combo Urban 500 Onyx and Vibe will keep you going with the glowing confidence you need when lighting drops and things would otherwise be looking dim. You may have guessed that the Urban 500 Onyx offers the glow of 500-lumens for your ride, which is ample light for illuminating potholes and loose debris, and side amber lights boost your visibility to motorists to a full 360-degrees, reducing risk in busy intersections. On your rear end you'll find Light & Motion's new Vibe smart-light that illuminates when it is inserted into the mount, offering 50 lumens of pulsing light to catch the eye of those who are behind the wheel without blinding them. The smart-light features motion sensing, so when you park your bike if you forget to remove your light, it will automatically turn off, and when you get going again it illuminates again with its steady pulse. Both lights easily recharge via USB for easy charging at the office or home, so you can be ready for a safe commute home through back alleys and busy roads.
- A pair of lights to illuminate your ride after dusk
- 500-lumen headlight sets the road aglow
- Amber sidelights increase visibility in intersections
- Pulsing rear light won't blind motorists
- Easily stores in your pocket or pack
- Submersible to 1-meter and can withstand intense storms
- Smart rear-light senses movement and illuminates, and auto-off when you park your bike
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
500 Lumen headlight is more than enough for commuter use and this rear light is designed really well. I typically gravitate toward lights with a hard flash, and the light and motion lights have more of a pulse to them, I don't feel like it is quite as eye catching, but Light and Motion has a good point about it being easier for drivers to judge your speed and distance if the light is a little more consistent.
Well built like all things light and motion, easy to mount and dismount for charging or if you are locking your bike up to a rack.