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- Internal Samsung 2600 mAh Battery
- Average 8 hour run time
- Water resistant to harsh weather
- Quality CREE lightbulb with STVZO approval
- Handlebar Light
- 5 modes of operation including flashing and blue light
We love this light because it is ultra bright cree LED that is efficient and lasts for many hours on a single charge. When the battery finally goes dead you can conveniently charge it via the LED on your DPC-14 from its USB charge port. Alternatively the light can be quickly removed and charged on any USB cord.
We prefer this now to hard wired ebike lights because they cut down on wiring clutter.
Check out the matching rear light for this light here.
Very good headlight for the price
Posted by South Bird on Jun 29th 2017
Throws a lot of light in a rectangular pattern that covers the road well. It pops off the holder and can function as a flashlight or can be taken off to avoid theft.
Great light !
Posted by Unknown on May 22nd 2017
Baddass headlight here for a great price !
Stupid Bright light
Posted by sean on Apr 24th 2017
Has a directed beam so you dont blind everyone. Stupid bright. Was going to wire in a light to my main battery. I feel this is a great solution and am no longer going to wire one in.
See and be seen
Posted by Mark on Feb 5th 2017
Great light, powerful. Plug it into the Luna display for a charge and I'm never in the dark.
Luna Cycle CREE Front Bike Light Handlebar Mount
Posted by Gerald Moore on Jan 26th 2017
This is a great light. lightweight with rechargeable batteries. inexpensive at $20 and really lights up the road in front of you. installs in a minute, easy charge with USB and batteries last for several hours.
Nice Bike Lite
Posted by Moore on Jan 13th 2017
This is a great lite, powerfull, batteries last long and easy to charge with USB. light weight and easy to install
Posted by Unknown on Dec 2nd 2016
I just picked up one of these and one of the X1 headlight for comparison. After fully charging both, they were tested in a dark room, against a wall maybe 15' away.This one has a larger LED and significantly larger throw pattern, though the X1's smaller beam is actually a bit brighter. The pattern and brightness of this one is similar to various 300 lumen bike lights I have in the $30-$40 range. The main drawback of this one for me is the design look. The X1 just looks better and higher quality. But for the price of the SATE-LITE, maybe I can just paint it black and look the other way.