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  • NiteRider Rechargeable LED Light, Swift 500

NiteRider Rechargeable LED Light, Swift 500

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Great usb rechargable LED front light.

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  • LOCK MODE FEATURE keeps the Swift 500 headlight securely powered off during transport or storage. Unlock / Lock the light by simply holding the power button down for 7 seconds.
  • IMPORTANT to note that Nightrider uses this key feature after assembly and production to prepare for transport. The light is set to Lock Mode at the factory, unlock before use.
  • LOW BATTERY INDICATOR is cleverly designed into the power button. Lit in blue indicates a good battery level remaining. Lit in red indicates that the battery level is below, less than 20% remaining.
  • EASY ON EASY REMOVAL with the built-in handlebar strap mount. The durable handlebar strap mount makes it easy to mount your light.
  • LIMITED LIFETIME that covers any defects in mechanical components (housings, covers, mounts and fasteners) and LEDs. We pride ourselves in providing superior Customer Service.
  • CUSTOM COLLIMATOR LENSE The 500 features all the power in a compact and lightweight package. And utilizes a custom engineered collimator lens that distributes a soft even light beam pattern.
  • FL1 STANDARDS TESTED The Swift 500 meets all required FL1 Standards for accurate run times, lumen output testing and dust/water resistance.
  • FRONT AND SIDE VISIBILITY The lens wraps around to the sides light body, providing additional side visibility from on-lookers alike. A neccessity while navigating the roadways.
  • SMOOTH 500 LUMEN beam pattern in an ultra compact and light weight design
  • HIGHLY DURABLE design made with fiberglass reinforced plastic
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