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Blackburn Voyager 3.0 Mini LED Bicycle Headlight


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  • One headlight
  • Led pushing 17 lumens
  • 20-hour runtime
  • Quick release clamp for mounting
  • One year
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Product Description

Compact yet insanely bright, the Voyager 3.0 meets the need of those who want a tiny light that is big on light output. Packing a single LED pushing 17 lumens through a light-optimizing optical lens, it is as powerful as the best commuters lights of just a few years ago, but smaller. Powered by 4 AAA batteries (batteries included) for a 20-hour runtime, the Voyager 3.0 also features a clever quick release clamp that mounts to standard or oversixed bars in milliseconds without tools. Water resistent.

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  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000OV641Y
  • Item model number: 120 644
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,670,373 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Brown on June 26, 2008
So, I was commuting to work one day here in NYC, when I stop at a busy intersection. As it happens, I pull up beside a mini-van full of cyclists (they're wearing the colorful clothes, the beanies, bikes on the roof rack) who were on their way to Central Park to begin a ride through New Jersey. Anyway, one of them leans out the window and says "HowYaDoin!" and asks me what light I was using. I tell him it's a Blackburn Voyager, and that I run it in the daytime now 'cause I was doored earlier in the month (no serious damage--just bruises). He says to me: "Yeah, it's great, my buddies and have been watching you come up on us for the last four blocks."

Point: If the object is to be seen in the city; if the object is to get the drivers/pedestrians attention; this light will do it well. The minimalists cyclist may prefer a Knog Frog (as small as it gets) as this light will stand up from your bars a bit, but I think this light is compact enough for anyone who commutes. The light clicks on and off easily from the bracket, and the bracket is also easy removed from the bike if needed elsewhere.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By irina on July 17, 2008
I purchased this light today to replace the blackburn quadrant
set that I purchased a few months ago, which I now have attched
to my daughter's bicycle. This is a great headlamp.(the quadrant is also
very good) Very bright went it is a solid light, and when I have it set to flashing mode, it seems to be even brighter. Easy to attach, and can be easily removed to take with you, if you commute and have to leave your bike unattended. I would highly recommend this headlight.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P. Taegel on June 24, 2008
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If you're looking for a light to light up a trail, you're looking in the wrong price range. Trail lights start around $150 if you get a good deal. But for urban night riding, this light works like a charm. First off, it has a constant mode and a blinky mode. Constant mode will give you 24 hrs of light where the blinky mode will give you 48 hrs of light. If you've ever been on a night ride where after hour 3 your fresh batteries die, you'll realize that this is important. Next, it's quite bright for a AAA battery powered light. Third, it's light and unobtrusive, and the mechanism that secures it to the handlebars has a clever design that makes it easy to adjust on the road. If you've ever had a light that starts to flop down on you at night, you'll know this is important. Fourth, it was only twenty five bucks!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By George on October 18, 2008
The headlight is sturdy and well crafted. The mounting bracket looks flimsy, but is holding up well so far. Blink mode is extremely bright and effective, but steady headlight mode seems a bit weak - does not light dark streets particularly well. Overall, considering the cost, it's a good light.
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