BLACKBURN DAYBLAZER 1,100 FRONT
DayBlazer 1100 front light this little devil packs a 1100 lumen punch onto a tiny bar perch. Weighing in at just 140 grams, this light hits way above its weight class. Gone are the days of a 10-watt halogen bulb and a bulky water bottle shaped, lead acid battery pack. Now we’ve got it all wound up in a tiny bar mounted front light! Want to hit the local trail for a midnight shred, or commute home on a November evening? The sleek and tiny DayBlazer 1100 has you covered. Featuring our eye-popping blitz daytime running mode to grab the attention of cars, an action-style camera mount, ample side visibility and ip-67 submersibility, the DayBlazer 1100 is your new best riding buddy.
BE SEEN DAY AND NIGHT
BLITZ MODE - Daytime Running Mode- When we say “retina-searing bright” we mean it in the best way possible. Whether you are in the darkest alley or on the brightest street, BLITZ mode is meant to get you seen on your bike day or night.
MOUNTS JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE - The action-style camera mount fits virtually any bar size (from 25.4-35mm) as well as many helmets.
TIR LENS TECHNOLOGY - Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lenses efficiently focus the light beam with hot centre and cool edges which allow the rider to see clearly down the road
ANGLE ADJUSTMENT - All DAYBLAZER front lights feature unlimited azimuth adjustment so you can always fine tune the angle of your light beam.
IP-67 SUBMERSIBLE - Ingress protection rating or ‘IP Rating’, is a techy way to describe the level of water and dust proofness of a product. This light meets the IP-67 Standard, which means it is totally protected against dust/grit and is fully protected against the effects of immersion up to 1 meter for 30 minutes.
TOUGH ALLOY CONSTRUCTION - With 6061 aluminium construction, the DAYBLAZER is tough enough to take anything you can throw at it.
• Meets ANSI FL-1 standards
• Excellent side visibility
• Action-style camera mount included
• Micro-USB rechargeable
• LED fuel gauge/charge indicator
• 5 hours recharge
• 140 grams