Blackburn Central Micro Front 350 Lumen USB-LED Light

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The Blackburn Central Micro Front 350 Lumen USB/LED Light small and compact enough to fit easily in your pocket. Offering a total of 350 lumens this light is a great option for those that want to be seen and commuters that want a touch of light to see. It has a swivel mount which lets you aim the light to where you want it. There is great side visibility in this light, making it great for those busy roads. Charge it up with a USB cable and keep track of the battery with the LED battery indicator. This can mount to pretty much any bike on the market with the universal 22-35mm handlebar clamp.


  • No tools required
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Waterproof to IP-67 standard
  • 3 hour recharge time
  • Fits 22mm up to 35mm handlebars
  • LED charge indicator
  • Increased side visibility
  • Lumens: High 350, Low 100, Pulse 200, Strobe 200
  • Runtime: High 1hr 10 min, Low 3hrs, Pulse 6hrs, Strobe 11hrs
  • Distance: High 108m, Low 56m, Pulse 56m, Strobe 56m
  • Weight: 62g 

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