Rover 650, do you copy?
There have been confirmed reports of a bright object sighted in your vicinity. Roger that, Commuter One, that would be the Lars Rover 650 Front Light from Portland Design Works. With a Panasonic™ Lithium-ion battery and 650 lumen CREE™ LED, it's sure to light the way no matter how sunless your coordinates are. The robust alloy construction houses a Texas Intruments™ microchip that controls five different flashing modes:
- Low-steady (175 lumens @ 7.5 hrs)
- Medium-steady (340 lumens @ 4 hrs)
- High-steady (650 lumens @ 2 hrs)
- Fast flashing (10 hours)
- Pulse (10 hours)
When juice starts to run out, a low battery indicator light signals that there is 15-minutes of low-power safety burn time remaining. The power switch has a one-second delay to prevent accidental on / off, and the light conveniently wakes up in the last setting used. Included are three different mounting options for semi-permanent screwed attachment, rubber quick-release commuting attachment, or helmet attachment using a universal mount that fits most vented helmets. The battery is charged via an included USB cable, and a cycle takes approximately 5.5 hours.
Claimed weight is 125 grams.
Discount Codes are not applicable to Closeouts.