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Light & Motion Seca 2200 Race Light

$399.99

Item # LTM001C

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Item # LTM001C

Never get stuck in the dark again.

Riding home in the dark is never a good idea, so that's why Light and Motion made the The Seca 2200 Race Light. With a run time ranging between 1.5-12 hours, depending on your luminance setting, the Race can go all night, but it will certainly get you home after underestimating that ridge-top singletrack you've been eyeing from your office. Hosting multiple best-in-class features, the Race is optimized to allow for full-trail visibility, harnessing its CREE LEDs to illuminate both the foreground and long range, so you're unlikely to miss anything (unless you're not paying attention).

  • A high-powered cycling light for racing or trail rides
  • 2200 lumen output to light up the way
  • Multiple power settings allow you to toggle battery life
  • Fully charges in 2.5 hours to minimize downtime
  • Waterproof construction withstands drizzle from rain
  • Mounts to handle bar, GoPro, and helmet

Tech Specs

Bulbs:
4 LED
Power Source:
rechargable Li-Ion
Batteries Included:
yes
Modes:
high, medium, low, pulse
Lumens:
2200
Burn Time:
[high] 1.5 hours, [medium] 3 hours, [low] 6 hours, [pulse] 12 hours
Mount:
handlebar, helmet, GoPro
Remote Battery:
yes
Waterproof:
up to 1m
Includes:
charging cable
Dimensions:
2.4 x 1 x 2.2 in
Claimed Weight:
455g
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited

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Stare at this headlight. Even on low.

Light and Motion tend to produce a really great "flood" style lighting, whereas I always see NiteRider's as more of a focused beam. I prefer this for my on the bar light, and the Nite Rider for the helmet.