Light up deep dark spaces with a super-bright, ultra-compact unit. The City Rover 700 has a built-in battery that recharges quickly via a USB port. 5 modes let you adapt the light to conditions or use it for urban or off-road missions. And the lumen output is independently certified by Labsphere Illumia Light Measurement Systems, so you know it’s more than hype.
- 5 Modes: steady 200 lumens (8 hours), steady 350 lumens (4 hours), steady 700 lumens (2 hours), fast flashing (36 hours), pulse (16 hours).
- Side lighting helps keep you seen from odd angles.
- 5-level LED power indicator lets you know how your battery is doing, whether charging or discharging.
- Extra 15 minutes of runtime in low power mode helps get you home, or at least to safety, after the low battery indicator comes on.
- Lumens and runtimes certified by Labsphere Illumia Light Measurement system to FL1 standard.
- IP66 weatherproof housing means if you're willing to ride in it, the City Rover 700 will light your way.
- Delayed power switch prevents accidental activation.
- Internal memory lets the light turn on in the last mode used.
- Includes the tool-free Mission Control 2.0 mount that makes switching bikes easy.
- Mission Control 2.0 mount fits bars from 22 – 31.8mm and uses a heavy-duty UV-proof rubber
- Includes a micro-USB charging cable.
|Included mounts||Handlebar mount|
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).
Briefly increases the light output to maximum brightness and distance.
|Light source||1 LED|
|Burn Time - steady||2-8 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.
|Power supply||USB charger|
Includes a bracket or mounting system that attaches to most bike helmets.
|Emits red light||No|
On regulated lights brightness is consistent, and does not decrease gradually as the batteries are drained.