Moon Ring Rear Light – 25 Lumen – Black


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About the Ring Rear Light – 25 Lumen The Moon Ring Rear Light is a great safety light, keeping you visible to other road users that are approaching you from behind. The Ring has a bright circular red COB LED which works wonders when its in its flashing modes. The light comes with plenty of features that help save its battery life. The CNC machined Aluminium body has heat sink casing which allows heat to escape from the light quicker than normal, therefore conserving wasted energy on overheating. Coming with 6 modes you are able to choose the mode most suited to the conditions you are riding in. The quick release universal bracket fits around bars and aero styled seat posts and also comes with a tool free mount with two O-rings which will fit seat posts up to 35mm. The rechargeable battery has a good life (lasting up to 12 hours) and you are able to fully charge the battery within 2 hours. This light is ideal for the commuter, get to work and when the light is out of battery, simply plug the mini-USB into your computer, laptop or wall plug USB charger and have a full working battery in 2 hours. Overall this is a compact, eye-catching and versatile light, with the capability of lasting more than just couple of rides and also with easy of mounting and removal you are able to switch between bikes in a matter of seconds. Key Features Light Source: 1 pce 15 chip circular ring COB high brightness LED Brightness: 25 Lumens Power Source: USB Rechargeable lithium polymer battery 3. 7v / 280 mAh Run Time – Overdrive 1: 30hrs – High 2: 45hrs – Standard 5: 35hrs – 100% flashing 2: 50hrs – 20% flashing 12: 00hrs – SOS 7: 30hrs Battery Life Indicator: Yes Light modes: 6 Modes Standard 6 lumens – High 12 lumens – Overdrive 25 lumens – 20% Flashing 6 lumens – 100% 25 lumens – Strobe 12 lumens Dimensions: 44mm (L) x 31. 2mm (W) x 16. 5mm (D) Front/Rear/Set: Rear Extra Features – CNC aluminium heat sink casing – Automatic fully charged cut off system – Side visibility – I