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    The Moon Comet MK II rear bike light is compact and powerful delivering out a strong 50 lumen beam in Overdrive mode. A 300 degree total light angle gives this rear light excellent side visibility for added safety.

    There are 8 different brightness modes to choose from, giving you the best lighting for your riding conditions. At just 29 grams the Moon Comet MKII is featherlight, and comes with rubber insert pads for aero posts, ISP propel and standard post fitting.

    Details:

    • 1 pce 30 chip COB high brightness LED
    • Rechargeable lithium polymer battery 3.7v / 500 mAh
    • 8 modes
    • 3 x O rings 20-26mm / 26-40mm / 40-52mm
    • Rubber insert pads allow aero post, ISP propel and standard post fitting
    • Low battery, charging & fully charged indicator
    • Automatic fully charged cut off
    • Side visibility
    • IPX4
    • 300 degrees total light angle
    • 39 degrees spot angle
    • Weight: 29g
    • 93mm x 22mm x 17mm

    Runtimes:

    • Overdrive - 50 lumens - 1 hour
    • High 25 lumens - 2 hours 15 mins
    • Standard - 12 lumens - 4 hours 30 mins
    • Low 6 lumens - 9 hours
    • 100% flashing - 50 lumens  - 2 hours 10 mins
    • 50% flashing - 25 lumens - 4 hours 25 mins
    • 10% flashing - 5 lumens - 20 hours 40 mins
    • Strobe 10 lumens - 10 hours 40 mins

  • Moon Comet MKII Rear Light Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.2
    out of 5
    4.16
    Build Quality
    4.50
    Performance
    4
    Value For Money
    4.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    4
    Great rear light

    I've used a few models of the comet and this version (MK II) continues in the same vein providing good functionality. The beam is brighter than the MK I at 30 Lumens. Attaching it to the seat post is a little tricky at first, using rubber bands instead of a mount, but its easy to get on and off once you get the technique right.

    I've used a few models of the comet and this version (MK II) continues in the same vein providing good functionality. The beam is brighter than the MK I at 30 Lumens. Attaching it to the seat post is a little tricky at first, using rubber bands instead of a mount, but its easy to get on and off once you get the technique right.

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    4.2 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4.5/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5

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