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Fabric USB Bike Light

We canīt get enough of the minimal, modern aesthetic Fabric designs all of its bicycle accessories with, and this USB Bike Light is no exception. The FL300 is built from high-quality materials and components, and has been slimmed down to perch unassumingly atop your handlebars or on your seatpost until called upon. It casts a 300-lumen beam for two hours, and has a buttery-smooth dial on the back, which lets you adjust the brightness and toggle between modes. The sleek light can also be switched to a seatpost-mounted position and features red or white LED indicators on its side, which allow you to use it as a tail light in emergencies. Whichever way you use it, the light recharges via a micro-USB cable and is resistant to unexpected rain showers thanks to an IPX5 water resistance rating.

Available in Europe here




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