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Blackburn Flea 2.0 USB Light - Front

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Item # BLB0071

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Item # BLB0071

Bright enough to see em' coming

Finally, you can worry less about getting run over on your ride home from work. The Blackburn Flea 2.0 Front Light hits traffic with 40 lumens from four super-bright White Nichia LED's so the rest of the world is out of excuses for putting you in the hospital. The Flea 2.0 comes with a USB charger, a compact mounting system, and it can run continuously for three hours on a charge.

Tech Specs

Bulb Type:
LED
Power Source:
internal Li-Ion battery
Backup Power Source:
no
Battery Location:
internal
Batteries Included:
yes, USB smart charger
Voltage Regulator:
no
Modes:
3
Bulbs:
4
Lumens:
40
Burn Time:
1 - 5 hours
Waterproof:
no, water-resistant
Claimed Weight:
17 g
Recommended Use:
night riding
Manufacturer Warranty:
unlimited lifetime

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4 5

Flea the scene

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great little light. So small and compact. I always take it with me. It has saved me numerous times getting caught out after dark. The flea is bright enough to light your way as long as you aren't going too fast. I wouldn't use off road or in areas with excessive potholes or bombing down any hills. The flea is more of a be seen light. It works great for that. It is plenty bright and don't worry about being seen, especially on flash mode. The rechargeable battery is a nice feature for a light this small. You do have to use a separate proprietary recharger. It is small and extremely light, but you do have to remember to bring it, and hope it doesn't get lost. The handlebar strap has some silicone type material on it to help the light stay in place and not spin on the handlebar. This worked great until the silicone wore off. The strap still works I just have to make sure it is nice and tight so it doesn't spin. The on/off button lights up when you first turn it on and right after you turn it off to indicate the battery life. Green, orange, and red. I don't know how much life each indicates. For me green means I am good to go. Orange means I need to charge. Red means I need to get where I am going quick. I also usually change it to blinking when I get to red to conserve the battery. The light has 3 modes, bright, not as bright, and flash. I really couldn't ask for anything more. The charger is a little but of an annoyance. I wish it was built in, but that would make the light much bigger. My first flea I had went through the wash and died. It is so small I didn't even notice it was in there. I liked the light so much I bought another. I've had it for a couple of years and it keeps on rocking. I don't leave on my bike without it.

Flea the scene
5 5

From Work to the Bar

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This light is perfect for short commutes either to work, the trail, or the bar. Or in whatever order you wish to put those in. USB Charger is very convenient to plug into the computer for an hour or even over night.

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5 5

FLEA

It's really nice to be able to charge this in any USB. Super bright and great battery life so far.

Flea with charger and strap

In this lovely picture you can see the bottom of the light, with magnetic nodes for charging and a slot to put the strap through. You can also see the charger plugged into a USB port, the velcro strap, and the rubber cap for the USB charger.

Flea with charger and strap

Flea charging

This shows the flea charging on its included USB charger. You can also see the velcro strap that attaches the light to your handlebar (or wherever you decide to attach it...)

Flea charging

How does it mount on the bicycle and is...

How does it mount on the bicycle and is it easy to put on and remove for a older child and teenager?

Responded on

It attaches with a Velcro strap around your handlebar or seatpost. The inside of the strap has some type of gel that helps keep it from rotating on your bars, but I found that that gum strip is coming off. I purchased both a front and rear light. Very small, charges with the included USB adapter. Seems bright enough. I use the flashing mode to attract attention.

Has any one had problems with their lights...

Has any one had problems with their lights not wanting to charge? I have two, and for some reason they quit charging. Really liked the lights until this problem occurred. i haven't had them for very long and as far as i know they haven't been damaged in any way.

Responded on

Hi Chase- I've had a few minor problems, but the lights are warranted for life, and the customer service at Blackburn has been great!

what do the colored lights mean on top of...

what do the colored lights mean on top of the light? is there a green for fully charged? i had yellow and now have red and it's working.

Responded on

Green: 75-100% battery, yellow (which really looks like a weaker red): 25-75%, and red: 0-25%

4 5

Fo Real!

When it says flea it is fo real! This thing is tiny but gives out huge light. It be blindin' fools. I like the slick way of recharging by plugging into a USB port and then through two magnetic contact points the power is transferred back to this rechargeable battery light. Good one!