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Ravemen CR700 Rechargeable Front Light
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Ravemen CR700 Rechargeable Front Light

This item was discontinued 7th January 2022.

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Code:: 35417-CR700
Ravemen CR700 Rechargeable Front Light
  • Compact, lightweight
  • Max 700 lumens
  • DuaLens optical designed low beam, providing anti-glare broad light for commuting
  • No dazzle for oncoming riders and pedestrians
  • Wired remote button to change brightness levels without releasing the grip
  • Built-in battery indicator and charging indicator
  • Micro USB charging port to charge the light easily
  • Durable anodized aluminum body with better heat dissipation
  • Quick release design for easily slide in/out
  • Compatible with handlebar from 22.2mm to 31.8mm diameter
  • Your ideal compact commuting light with output of 700 lumens
  • Side visibility function, which is helpful to increase the visibility of the light and the cyclists
  • Recharge capability while the light is being used, this function will enable users to extend the run time of the light
  • LED: 1*CREE XM-L2 with a lifespan of 50000 hours
  • Battery: 2600mAh/3.7V rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
  • Dimensions (Headlight): 101 x 29 x 32mm
  • Weight (Headlight): 116g
  • Materials: The main body is made by durable anodized aluminum; other parts are made by durable plastic 
Leo C. Powerful to cover the road details at night in the country side without making blind shot to the opposite coming road users if you set the angle properly. Hope that rail mount design wont break easily.
Stuart This light is exceptional for road use. Small, compact but with a totally flat beam which lights up the road like a car beam. The remote is also really handy. Run times are pretty good for such a powerful little light, and can be increased by attaching a powerbank. Put things into perspective I have an Exposure Strada 1200 which cost nearly £300. This light is just as good, except in run times. And if you want longer run times there is always the PR1200. I'd go as far as to say they are a total lighting bargain!