A Lotta Lumens For A Little Light
Introducing the Blackburn Dayblazer 1500 Front Light. This little devil packs a 1500-lumen punch onto a tiny bar perch. Weighing in at just 140 grams, this light hits way above its weight class.
Want to hit the local trail for a midnight shred, or commute home on a November evening? The sleek and tiny Dayblazer 1500 has you covered.
Featuring Blackburn's eye-popping BLITZ Daytime Running Mode to grab the attention of cars, an action-style camera mount, ample side visibility, and IP-67 submersibility, the Dayblazer 1500 is your new best riding buddy.
- Recharge Type: Micro-USB rechargeable — Charges via any standard USB port (charging cable included)
- Brightness: Up to 1,500 lumens
- Recharge Time: 5-hour recharge
- Universal Mount — Action-camera-style mount fits most helmets and handlebars 22–35mm in diameter
- Weight: 140 grams
- Blitz mode: 2 hours at 1,500 lumens
- High mode: 3 hours at 750 lumens
- Low mode: 6 hours and 400 lumens
- Pulse mode: 10 hours at 270 lumens
- Strobe mode: 15 hours at 120 lumens
Water Resistance: IP-67 submersible - Ingress protection rating, or "IP Rating," is a techy way to describe the level of water- and dust-proofness of a product. This light meets the IP-67 Standard, which means it is totally protected against dust/grit and fully protected against the effects of immersion between 15cm and 1 meter for 30 minutes.
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Mfg PartNum: 7134750
Light Type: Rechargeable
Build quality looks good but that's the only nice thing I can say about this light. Measured light output degrades very rapidly (down to 1000 lumens @ 5min., 500 lumens @ 60min.) in the blitz mode so realistically "FAR LESS POWERFUL THAN CLAIMED". Single program user interface requires clicking through 4 steady and 2 flash modes to toggle between different preset levels + the mode button feel is pretty stiff. The strap mount doesn't hold the light tight enough to keep the beam from bouncing on rough ground + may be unreliable since I've seen a tear failure on one of the Dayblazer 1500 online reviews and I've experienced the same thing with one of my old 1100's.