Princeton Tec EOS Headlight and Swerve Taillight Bicycle Combination Light Set
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- 1 Maxbright Rebel LED (regulated). 70 Lumen output.
- three AAA Alkaline batteries (included) with burn times from 50 hours to 1 hour depending on the setting.
- Includes helmet and handle bar attachments and headband
- Resistant to water/weather to one meter
- weight is 105 grams with batteries
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|Item Dimensions||3.9 x 5.8 x 8.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1 pound|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
|Size||2" x 4"|
EOS BIKE takes self-contained battery lighting to the next level. The combination of a Maxbright Rebel LED and a Princeton Tec-designed collimator maximizes the beam by balancing long-throw with localized lighting. The self-contained unit feels virtually weightless on your helmet and makes the ultimate backup light for your 24-hour race. The EOS BIKE is light enough to throw into your jersey pocket for a late afternoon ride ensuring you’ll have enough light to get home. It is drop proof and its use of high-grade materials ensures durability and strong resistance to water/weather/environmental conditions. Includes helmet, handle bar and headlamp attachments.
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The mounting ring is a little hard to use since it uses pieces of rubber to build up layers to grip the bar tightly, but once it's on you shouldn't need to bother with it. Overall, this is a great light for my kind of commute, but is probably not quite enough for a trail ride in the pitch dark or a long extended dark ride with varying or unknown terrain.
I'd been considering this light for a while, then saw the combo offer with the taillight. I'm almost more impressed with the taillight. It has a static setting and "crazy flash" setting, and honestly, the crazy flash setting makes cars cut a path around me like my bike was radioactive. I thought it was an anomaly at first, but then nearly every car did it and continue to do it. It's pretty awesome.
A great set that I'd highly recommend for anyone with a commute similar to mine.
So if you don't read anything else in this review: Tape your taillight to its housing and you'll probably love it. Or don't hit any bumps.
The taillight is also very bright and the blinking pattern is enough to get anyone's attention. The taillight has a 3-year warranty.
The light came attached to the helmet mount and it took me way longer than it should have to figure out how to get the light off. You simply pull the tab away from the light and slide the light to the other direction from the tab.
Like other reviewers mentioned, the blinking sequence on the headlight could stand to be a bit faster for better visibility to surrounding motorists. This minor flaw is the only reason I gave it 4/5 stars.