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    The compact RX240 light is fully USB rechargeable, this model delivers 240 lumens of output ideal for both the urban and rural environments.

    Key Features:
    • 240 Lumen output
    • Li-Ion Internal battery
    • USB rechargeable
    • 4 hour USB charge time
    • Flashing and constant modes
    • Collimator lens for maximum output
    • Low battery indicator
    • Water resistant
    • Horizontal adjustment
    • Quick release bracket

  • RSP RX240 USB Rechargeable Front Light Reviews

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

    Customer Reviews (1)

    4
    Great little light

    I've used it a few times now, on the 45 minute commute and taking the dogs for a walk. The light is small in size, but very bright. I have it on flashing mode in the city, then switch to the high brightness level for the country lanes. I can trundle along at 17 mph no bother with the light on the brightest setting. I'm paranoid about the light dieing on me mid commute so tend to charge it when at work so it manages 1.5 hours for my commutes but I dont know how long the light will last - I'll update when I test it more thoroughly. The bracket attachment to the bars is a bit tight - I have oversize drop bars, bit its fine and secure and easy enough to get the light attached. I have a habit of losing lights over the summer months, so this light is a good compromise of cost and brightness The light comparison chart on the Tredz website was very useful.

    I've used it a few times now, on the 45 minute commute and taking the dogs for a walk. The light is small in size, but very bright. I have it on flashing mode in the city, then switch to the high brightness level for the country lanes. I can trundle along at 17 mph no bother with the light on the brightest setting. I'm paranoid about the light dieing on me mid commute so tend to charge it when at work so it manages 1.5 hours for my commutes but I dont know how long the light will last - I'll update when I test it more thoroughly. The bracket attachment to the bars is a bit tight - I have oversize drop bars, bit its fine and secure and easy enough to get the light attached. I have a habit of losing lights over the summer months, so this light is a good compromise of cost and brightness The light comparison chart on the Tredz website was very useful.

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

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