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Cygolite Metro 360/Hotshot 2W Combo Light Set
|Price:||$60.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Super bright 4 watt headlight with 360 lumens for distant throw; Ultra bright 2 watt red LED tail light for intense visibility
- Internal rechargeable batteries saves cost of replacing batteries, headlight lasts up to 10 hrs. and tail light last up to 500 hrs. on a single charge
- Headlight 6 lighting modes: Medium > High >Low > Steady Pulse > DayLightning > Walking
- Tail Light: Adjustable flash speeds to maximize visibility; 5 Flash Modes: Steady > Zoom > Triple > Single > Random
- Includes Metro 360 headlight, Hotshot 2w tail light, USB charging cable, seatpost mount and Lock-tite handlebar mount
|Special Shipping Information: Due to federal and international regulations, this product can only be shipped within the continental United States.
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|Battery Average Life||1.5 Hours|
|Item Weight||0.11 pounds|
|Package Height||1.7 x 5.1 x 5.8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.55 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I wish they had an instruction sheet (not just the side of the small box); to say how to use all the modes. I would rather have spent 2 minutes reading instructions, than 10 minutes figuring out how to use all the nice features. (some of the basics: You press the button to toggle between modes, a long press powers the unit off, The light returns to the mode last used when powered back on; indicator light flashes while charging, and solid on when fully charged.
There are four brightness levels for constant-on; I use the brighter levels for faster speeds when I need to see very far ahead to respond in time to obstacles or broken glass, or when traveling where there are many competing bright lights from heavy car traffic and city lights.Read more ›
As other reviewers have already noted, its one major flaw is the headlight's quick-release mount. It's more of an eventual-release design—after you sweat and swear over it and start to pray the little plastic release tab doesn't snap off, the light abruptly slides free. It's a terrible design that forces you to put great mechanical stress on the mount every time you want to remove it, but the upshot is that it does hold the light on securely. It's the classic dilemma of freedom vs. security, playing out in plastic miniature on your handlebars, but philosophical allegory isn't a feature I demand from my bike accessories.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been using these two lights for a few years now and really love them. One charge and they go and go. Bright as all get out too.Published 17 days ago by LivingInDenial
Worked great for 6 months, charged well and was really bright... Then the light started getting dim, then just wouldn't turn on. Can't justify $70 for 6 months of lighting.Published 23 days ago by Sam Ingham
I've had the light for a year and it's worked phenomenally the whole time. The multiple modes suit a variety of riding conditions, it's sturdy, quick to mount and unmount, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Super bright. Had a guy pull up next to me and ask what kind of tail light it was because he wanted it for his bike.Published 1 month ago by Stetson
I have had these lights for a couple of years now and am still impressed. They are sturdy and efficient.
I use the lights for bike camping trips and commuting. Read more
It works well. It has very good battery life. It charges via USB which is convenient.Published 2 months ago by Aileen
High quality set of lights. Durable, high output, affordable. No concern of them detaching from the bike either. Second set I've bought, and the only ones I recommend to friends.Published 3 months ago by C. Lowell
Very bright and long battery life. Quick release is very helpful.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer