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Fenix BT10 350 Lumen Bike light - Uses 4 x AA batteries
Sometimes, riding your bicycle on the road can be more fun than you thought and you lose track of time, getting later in the day and darker by the hour! Well keep riding with this Fenix BT10 bike light. With multiple mounting options, a solid penetrating beam, and long lasting battery power, this bike light is the perfect addition to your two-wheeled speed machine. Bike lights are difficult to come by as they are a somewhat rare product. Most people will wear a headlamp but sacrifice the constant lighting that the BT10 can provide in one direction so you can check your blind spots. This bike light is also goes exactly where you bike goes, just like the headlights on a car.
Illuminate the Road
See What You Have Been Missing!The BT10 has a variety of features designed for a multitude of applications. Simply hit the button on top to choose from 350 lumen High mode, 200 lumen Mid mode, 80 lumen Low mode, or 200 lumen Flashing mode. Fenix made sure that every kind of rider has only the best features that you need. You might ask why this light features a Flashing mode. Well, thanks to the CREE XP-G (R5) LED inside this light, you can take a bicycle trip anywhere without worrying about getting lost as it produces an intensely bright Flashing and SOS mode for emergencies.
Made for CyclistsThis bike light features the Fenix Dual Distance Beam System, a technology which uses the neutral white CREE LED and reflector to render brilliant color up close while shooting light far ahead of where you are riding. Now you can warn oncoming traffic, signal other riders, and see clearly in the dark wherever you go. Simply mount it with the O-ring mounting straps pre-sized for 20mm to 30mm handlebars, then freely adjust the direction you want your light to point.
- Dual Distance Beam System
- Intelligent power indicator
- Aerodynamic design
- Quick attach and detach with no tools
- High, Medium, Low, and Strobe modes
- Can be mounted on handlebars of Different diameters (24-35mm)
- Overheating protection
- Intelligent memory circuit
- IPX-6 water resistant
- Runs on: 4 x AA batteries (not included)
- Maximum beam distance: 459 ft (140m)
- Output mode/Run time:
- High: 350 lumens / 2.75 hrs
- Medium: 200 lumens / 5.5 hrs
- Low: 80 lumens / 16.33 hrs
- Flashing: 200 lumens / 18.75 hrs
- Length: 2.7" (68.6mm)
- Width: 1.7" (43.1mm)
- Height: 2.2" (55.9mm)
- Weight: 4.2oz (119g) (excluding batteries)
|Output Modes:||3+ Brightness Levels, SOS, Strobe|
|Compatible Batteries:||4 x AA|
|Included Accessories:||Battery Case, Extension Cable, Helmet Mount, Mounting Straps|
|Flashlight Usage:||Bike Lights|
|Throw Distance (Max):||140m|
|LED:||CREE XP-G R5|
|Product Certifications:||ANSI, IPX-6|
|Warranty:||Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty|
|Return Policy:||Battery Junction Return Policy|
|Primary Material:||Anodized Aluminum|
|Product Dimensions:||2.7" (L) x 1.7" (W) x 2.2" (H)|
|Country of Origin:||CN|
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Not so good
January 30, 2016
Once I figured out how to place the batteries, since the battery housing has no polarity markings, and the instructions have no information, the brightness button did not work.
Cons:Poor documentation and quality
West Warwick, RI
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Great Bike Light
November 18, 2014
This is a great light for your bike or anything you can mount it to. I had one of the Cateye products myself, popular among bikers and it's going on 3 years old, and like anything electronic, in a week it's out dated. The old light was like a mag light, and it put out about that much light in about a square foot on the ground. I turned on this light, and everything lit up!!! On low this light is 5x brighter than the old one, with a much better pattern (both spread and spot) it's almost like a dual beam, it's really nice. Medium is bright and high would be if you were in the woods or needed a ton of light. I can only imagine how nice the BT20 is at 750 lumens, has to be really bright. This is a great light, glad I made the purchase, night riding will be safer and I'll be able to see more. Amazing how one technology (flashlights) can transfer over to other markets like bikes, for the same price this light is 10x better than the ones the bike shops sell (unless it was this light)
Pros:Price Value Use Functions Bright
Must have if you ride at night
April 16, 2013
I bought this light on Fenix\'s reputation. When I got it home, I felt the weakness would be the mounting (nothing more than a heavy rubber band) on the light and the Velcro (tends to wear out after a short time) on the battery case holder. I managed to get it attached to my bike within a few minutes without tools. When I turned it on that night, it emitted plenty more light than the Cateye product it replaced (a brand that specializes in bicycle lights). I could actually see colors instead of the monochrome street lights, and I could see the road better (helpful in cases where street lights are out or missing). The batteries are easy enough to change--once you label the polarity (there are no markings within the case itself as to which pole goes up and down). I like that I can use NiMH batteries, meaning no more throwing away alkaline batteries. It doesn\'t last as long per charge as the old light did per battery change, but using Sanyo Eneloops, that doesn\'t matter because I can simply charge them regularly. I do recommend getting extra changes of batteries if you use this light regularly. Only time will tell how well the mounting will hold up, but so far I have yet to experience issues with the light shifting on bumps. I have had other brands where the bracket refuses to stay tight and it would shift easily. As for the light itself, I believe Fenix is quite sturdy and avoids issues with the switch failing that I have had with other brands, notably brands that specialize in bicycle lights. The batteries attach elsewhere, so prepare for a cable to attach from your light to the frame. Yes, this light costs about double what the other light did. Yes, it goes through batteries quickly (but they can be NiMH, unlike the wimpy light it replaced which can only use alkaline batteries). But, all in all it is worth it--and will be even more so the one time I have to ride at night during a blackout. Already I feel safer riding at speed when the street lights have gaps. Definitely worth the extra money.
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