Blackburn Local 2'Fer Light Set 60 Lumen Front - 20 Lumen Rear

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These Blackburn Local 2'Fer lights are compact light and bright but best of all they are two for one. Each unit can be used as a front(white) light or a rear(red) light with the push of a button making them highly versatile for many uses. Store one on your hydration pack or your pannier rack, seat post or handlebar and choose the setting you design. Great side visibility and a LED battery indicator make them easy to tell when you have reached your max run time of up to 5 hours, there is more than enough juice to keep you seen on those trails or roads. Easy to charge with the included USB cable with a 3 hour charge time. 


  • Charging cable included, no tools required
  • Lithium Polymer battery
  • Waterproof to IP-65 standard
  • 3 hour recharge time
  • 18g each
  • Front - 60 Lumens
  • Rear - 20 Lumens
  • Runtime: High 1.5hrs, Flashing 5hrs

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