The Moon XP300 is the ideal front bike light for any commuter or urban rider. It’s small, very light and easy to fit (and remove) to your frame. You can fit the light in a few seconds with the quick release bracket. Great for all-weather riding the XP300 is also water resistant.
A great 300 - 320 lumen output is generated from a single Cree XP-G R4 LED. The beam is bright enough for any populated area and with 4 modes to choose from you can determine the brightness based on your needs - and save battery power. The Moon XP300 is USB rechargeable so you can plug in and charge while you're at work. It takes 5 hours to charge from flat and for that you get 3.5 hours burntime on full beam and up to an impressive 20 hours on low beam.
One very useful feature on the Moon is the low battery indicator so you know how much charge you have left.
Weight: 0 kg
"Excellent head mounted light"
"Light with confidence"
Spend more than £280 at Tredz and you can spread the cost. Pay monthly over 6-48 months, interest free
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For items under £75 and 10kg, you can use the Collect Plus service by printing your label off online and dropping your package off at a local store.
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