Rechargeable Bike Light Will Tell You When It Will Die
Apr 08, 2014 10:16
Riding your bike at night? You'll need some light! But you're only as safe as how long your battery will last. But you'll never know when to swap the batteries out! So the rechargeable Eagle 600 is boasting some 600 lumens of light and a built-in OLED display that lets you know exactly how much longer it will stay lit.
The LEDs in the Eagle 600 allow it to produce that much light. At full intensity, it is at 3,100 mAh, and it will run for about an hour and a half.
The Eagle 600 is also completely waterproof, can be easily recharged via a sealed USB port on the back, and comes with a quick-release mount for your bike's handlebars. It will cost $160. [Magicshine via GearJunkie]
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