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Pro 4200 Enduro Remote Headlight
Whether your evening ride runs later than expected or you planned to be pedaling late into the night, the NiteRider Pro 4200 Enduro Remote Headlight helps you stay on the trail and rubber-side down. With 4200 lumens blasting light into the darkness ahead, you'll be able to see obstacles with time to respond to them. The Pro 4200 features four steady and two flashing modes, so it's of use from the bright afternoon, through dusk, and into the night with varied degrees of light. A remote swtich makes it easy to switch modes without dismounting, so as the sun sets you can adjust accordingly. A 3-cone, dual-beam reflection system localizes the beam into an even, steady form for consistent visibility regardless of the mode, and the handlebar mount is designed to stand up to all kinds of bouncing. The housing is constructed with Dupont Fiberglass-reinforced nylon, to protect the light if you should take an unfortunate spill, and rated to IP-64 to keep dust and moisture from sneaking in.
- Headlight for mountain biking late into the night
- Up to 4200 lumens illuminate the darkest trails
- Remote switch for easy mid-ride operation
- Dupont Fiberglass reinforced nylon for durability
- IP-64 standard resists dust and water
- Recharges in 5 hours so you can go out again
- Included nylon storage pouch for easy travel
- Item #NRI003A
- CREE (LED)
- Batteries Included
- Lithium Ion
- 4 steady, 2 daylight flash, SOS
- 4200, 1000, 2000 600
- Burn Time
- 1.5 - 16.5hrs
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 13.6oz
- Recommended Use
- commuting, cross-country, enduro, road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
February 9, 2020
A Great Light!
- I've put it through the wringer
This light is perfect for my bike rides during the school year. I teach, so most of my rides are ridden between four in the afternoon to about six or six-thirty in the evening. I can flash while the sun is still up, and burn it full power at the end. I can see everything from gutter to gutter on the street. Friends who see me riding think I am a motorcycle. I've been riding for thirty-five years, so this is my fourth Niterider System. My last Niterider saw me through nine winters. The company makes a great product. Though expensive, it is worth every dollar because people in cars or on skateboards really do see me! And I do see things in the road that I don't want to run over as well. I'm not sorry spending money on safety.