See and be seen. A little light can make all the difference when it comes to getting home safe. With a 1-piece rubber body, integrated mount and a simple 1-button interface, the District 220 is a little light with a lot to offer. The easy-to-use, tool-free mount makes swapping between bikes easy.
- 4 modes: high (1.5 hours at 200 lumens), medium (3 hours at 110 lumens), low (5.5 hours at 40 lumens) and quick flash (6.5 hours).
- Easy USB charging means you no longer have to get by with "good enough" batteries.
- LED battery indicator lets you know when it is time to charge.
- Light and efficient lithium-polymer batteries.
- Side cutouts and frosted front lens cap add side visibility for an extra level of protection.
- 1-piece rubber housing makes for easy mounting (handlebars, seat post, chainstays, forks, helmet vents, etc.) and switching between bikes.
- O-ring seal makes this light ready for heavy rain – it's waterproof, but not submersible.
Most Canadian municipalities require a white front light and a red rear light.
The number of lighting levels/modes the light has (i.e., low, med, high, flash).
|Light source||1 LED|
|Burn time - flash||6.5 h|
|Burn Time - steady||5.5-1.5 h|
Max light output
The total quantity of light emitted in every direction from a source of light; measured in lumens.
The amount of time it takes to fully charge the battery. Applies to lithium and NiMH type batteries. Does not apply to rechargeable or non-rechargeable AA or AAA batteries.
Rechargeable lights give you hassle-free recharging with almost any power source. Replaceable batteries provide instant power, but you’ll need to bring extra batteries, recycle used ones and buy new ones.
Includes a bracket or mounting system that attaches to most bike helmets.
|Red light mode||No|
On regulated lights brightness is consistent, and does not decrease gradually as the batteries are drained.
|Batteries||Rechargeable battery pack (non-removable)|
|Product sustainability||Rechargeable batteries|