See.Sense Icon 2 Front & Rear Light Set
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See.Sense Icon 2 Front & Rear Light Set
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See.Sense Icon 2 Front & Rear Light Set

Based on their award winning ICON and packed with more brightness and intelligence than ever before. The result is that you stay visible and safer for longer. Each light contains two different types of LEDS, with 300 lumen LEDs in the rear light and 400 lumen LEDs in the front. A high-power CREE LED creates a focused beam to make you visible from up to 3km away. A custom CoB LED panel gives a wide dispersion of light giving you 270° of side visibility.  At riskier moments on the road (e.g. at junctions, roundabouts, filtering in traffic) ICON2 reacts by automatically flashing brighter and faster to make sure you stand out. ICON2 comes with all the hardware you need to mount it in a multitude of ways; vertically, horizontally, aero or normal posts, chainstays, headtubes.

Features

  • Lumens:  300 Rear / 400 Front
  • Runtime: 16hrs on 'Reactive Flash'
  • Weight: 50 grams
  • Water Sealed: IP67 Rated
Anthony Excellent set of lights, only used so far as daytime running lights in this mode the rear light does do its job well in so far as I’ve experienced cars giving a wider pass as to its brake light function only on rapid decelerations did it go to solid bright red, my riding buddy relayed this to me during a 72 km ride it definitely got his attention, for vehicle driver who knows. The front light gets you noticed I’ve had many car pull over on single track lanes and slow down and less issues at round abouts. As to battery life after the first 10 hr charge the battery had use 58% rear light and 62% drain on the front, this can be seen on using the app. App setup was straightforward (android app)) but and a big one is the unreliability of the app as it crashes and freezes repeatedly so using the Alert functions is a wast of time and potentially your loved one my contact the emergency services needlessly . See.Sence needs to withdraw this app and stop using consumers as test dummies. So the lesson is forget the app and use the light as stand along until See.sence get the app right.