Its own form of utility.
Utility comes in many forms. It's easy to think of it as a rack or a backpack, but keeping you visible at night is as important a function as any that your bike parts can offer. So, when night falls and you need to roll out, it's hard to beat a set of high-visibility lights like those in the Light & Motion Urban 350 Plus Vis Micro Combo Light Kit.
Using a flexible and durable mounting system, the 350 can be placed on your handlebar or helmet, and it pops off easily when you get home. It’s an extremely visible LED light that employs the same innovations as the more expensive Urban series lights, like amber-colored side lighting for 180-degrees of visibility, and a precisely engineered lens that evenly distributes light over a field designed to help cyclists see both near and far while riding. The battery life indicator will let you know how long you can stay out, and the IP67 waterproof rating means the light can still function while submerged under one meter of water for up to 30 minutes, just in case you try out an ill-advised shortcut.
Bringing up the rear is the small but mighty Vis Micro taillight. A custom-shaped, precision-manufactured lens casts the Micro's 25 lumens over a broad range, making it look and feel like a far brighter light, yet you still get up to 12 hours of run time. Engineers tuned the electronics to keep the LED array stays sharply visible right to the end of the battery's life, so it doesn't slowly start tapering off in brightness after only a few hours of use. Finally, the amber side lights promise 180 degrees of illumination, so the Micro does a big job of keeping you visible.
The Light & Motion Urban 350 Plus Vis Micro Combo Light Kit comes in one color set (Obsidian Stout), and both lights are rechargeable via USB.
- Front and rear light included
- 350 lumen front
- 25 lumen rear
- Waterproof to 1 meter
- 12-hour run time
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what is the normal charging time for the 350?
how do you charge the 350?
where are the charging indicators located on the 350?
I have the same 2 questions as Michael. Anyone out there to answer?? Thanks!