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Double O Bike Light

Double O Light is a new and cool bike light brought to us by the brilliant British designer Paul Cocksedge. It features two lights to mount on your bike, a white one at the front and a red one at the rear. At the front you get more lighting power, around 85 lumens, so you can lighten your path, and at the rear you get around 50 lumens, to make sure you´re seen. It features a built in rubber strap so you can fix it around your bike´s frame, or attach it to your backpack, clothing, or helmet, and it´s hollow in the middle so that you can secure it with the anti-theft lock too! It´s also water resistant, uses 3 AAA batteries and runs up to 50 hours. Another interesting feature is the magnet they have inside that allows them to easily be attached and removed. watch the video



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BISHOP | BY BANDIT9 | Image

BISHOP | BY BANDIT9

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POWDER MONKEES YAMAHA SR500 | Image

POWDER MONKEES YAMAHA SR500

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WRECKLESS KAWASAKI W650 | Image

WRECKLESS KAWASAKI W650

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