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C3Sports Explorer-600 Bike Headlight - 600 Lumens USB Rechargeable
Full of quality features, the headlight has a built in Panasonic battery and a CREE LED. The modes are low, medium and high beam and when you hold the button for three seconds it will turn into a rapid strobe mode. The strobe mode is excellent for areas where you need to be very visible to traffic.
The Explorer series have an illuminated battery indicator so you will always know how much battery reserve you have left and when you need to charge your light.
Small in size, but very powerful with 600 lumens, the Explorer-600 measures only 4.5"Lx 1.5"W x 1.25"T.
Special Features of the Explorer-600 Bicycle Light:
- Powerful 600 Lumen CREE LED
- Side Visibility
- Compact Size - Only 11.6cm x 4.1cm x 3.9cm / 4.5"L x 1.5"W x 1.25"
- Internal USB Rechargeable Battery
- Battery charge indicator - always know when to charge the light
- Highly water resistant
- 5 hour charge time
- Run time of 2-6 hours
- Weighs only 57g
- Includes USB cable and 360 degree rotatable mount
Customer Reviews (1) - Average Rating:
Seattle Commuter, 4.20.2015
I commute to work in Seattle and during those dark and rainy nights of winter I need some serious illumination to see and be seen on the roads. When the battery pack on my Nite Rider MiNewt began to peter out I came across the C3Sports Explorer-600 and decided to give it a whirl. The first thing that caught my attention was the price point. The price of the Explorer is 20% - 40% less than comparable lights in the 600 lumens range. However, features wise it stacks up with 3 beam levels, strobe, USB charger and battery indicator. My favorite feature is the side visibility light that ensures I won’t get T-Boned by a car flying though an intersection. This feature is something I haven’t seen in other lights that are significantly more expensive. The light has really held up to the drizzle of the Pacific Northwest and I would highly recommend this light to a friend. Great product and fantastic value.Reviewer: Tom Kearney (Seattle, WA)