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Specialized Stix Switch 2-Pack
$55.00
With the Stix Switch 2-Pack, your lighting options are endless. How? The Stix Switch features the ability to switch between red and white modes with a simple, long press of the power button. So, if you need extra light up front, more visibility at the rear, or a traditional front/rear combo, the Stix Switch 2-Pack delivers. - 2 to 20-hour runtime - Headlight or taillight—you decide - Fresnel lens for maximum visibility in all directions - Red/Green battery charge level indicator - Three white modes: Steady (65 lumens), Power Flash (100 lumens), Eco Flash (35 lumens) - Five red modes: Steady (18 lumens), Surge Glow (16 lumens), Power Flash (30 lumens), Disco Flash (15 lumens), Eco Flash (8 lumens) - Charges in the USB port of any laptop or phone charger in two hours (no extra cables needed) - Flexible mounting system works with handlebar and seatposts from 22.2mm up to 35mm in diameter, as well as most seatstays - Additional mounting options available (sold separately)
Specialized Stix Switch Combo Headlight/Taillight
$30.00
A true two-in-one, the Stix Switch comes at you with a ying/yang mindset, flipping between red or white modes depending on your ride needs. Simply press and hold the button and you can go from a bright red taillight to a simple white headlight in seconds. Increase visibility and flexibility with the Stix Switch. - Headlight or taillight—you decide. - Press-and-hold for two seconds to shift between white and red modes. - Three white modes including: Steady (65 lumens), Power Flash (100 lumens), Eco Flash (35 lumens). - Five red modes including: Steady (18 lumens), Surge Glow (16 lumens), Power Flash (30 lumens), Disco Flash (15 lumens), Eco Flash (8 lumens) - 2- to 20-hour runtime. - Fresnel lens for maximum visibility in all directions. - Charges in the USB port of any laptop or phone charger in two hours (no extra cables needed). - Flexible mounting system works with handlebar and seatposts from 22.2mm up to 35mm in diameter, as well as most seatstays. (Aero strap mount available separately). - Red/Green battery charge level indicator. - Additional mounting options available separately.
Specialized Flash Combo Headlight/Taillight
$35.00
With the Flash Headlight/Taillight Combo, you're equipped with everything you need to be seen—day or night. It features up to 70 lumens in the front and 20 lumens in the rear, and it features the versatility of four light modes, ranging from steady and strong to flashing and brilliant. Increase your visibility with the Flash Headlight/Taillight Combo. - Headlight: 20- to 70-lumen output. - Headlight: 2 hours to 24 hours runtime. - Tail light: 5- to 20-lumen output. - Tail light: 2 hours to 20 hours runtime. - Flexible mounting system works with handlebar and seatposts from 22.2mm up to 35mm in diameter, as well as most seatstays, helmets, and saddle bags. - Four headlight modes including: Steady (55 lumens), Power Flash (70 lumens), Disco Flash (55 lumens), Eco Flash (20 lumens) - Four taillight modes including: Steady (10 lumens), Power Flash (20 lumens), Disco Flash (14 lumens), Eco Flash (5 lumens)
Garmin Varia Rearview Radar (Tail Light Only)
$200.00
The world's first cycling radar, Varia helps create a safer cycling environment by warning cyclists of vehicles approaching from behind up to 153 yards (140 meters). The radar tail light also warns approaching vehicles of a cyclist ahead. Works independently or integrates seamlessly with compatible Edge cycling computers. Edge computer or Varia head unit (each sold separately) can show multiple approaching vehicles and indicates the relative speed of approach and threat level. - World's first cycling radar that warns of vehicles approaching from behind up to 153 yards (140 meters) - Works independently and wirelessly integrates with compatible Edge cycling computers - Edge computer or Varia head unit (each sold separately) can detect multiple vehicles and indicates the relative speed of approach and threat level - Tail light unit brightens and flashes to notify approaching traffic of a cyclist ahead
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