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JETBeam BR10GT USB Rechargeable Flashlight w/ Bike Mount - CREE XM-L2 T6 LED - 960 Lumens - Includes 1 x 18650
JETBeam BR10 GT
Now, Even BrighterThe BR10 GT LED bike light is now even brighter, thanks to the updated CREE XM-L2 LED. Whether you're mounting the BR10 GT onto a bicycle, a weapon, or using it as a stand alone flashlight, the BR10 GT is a truly versatile flashlight. The BR10 GT measures in at 4.4" and is constructed from aero-grade aluminum alloy with a military grade hard-anodized finish, making it extremely compact and durable. Also, the BR10 GT is IPX-6 waterproof and impact resistant up to one meter, so you wont have to worry when your out on a ride and it starts to rain.
CREE XM-L2 LEDFitted with a CREE XM-L2, the BR10 GT now outputs a scorching 960 lumens, with a maximum throw up to 180 meters, which is amazing when you're on your bike at night. Cycling between output modes is done by long pressing the circular power switch, starting off in the 100 lumen Low mode and progressing to High mode. Double pressing the power switch will enter strobe mode, for those emergency situations.
USB RechargeableThe BR10 GT is powered by a single rechargeable Li-Ion 18650 battery, and the best part is, it's included. You can easily charge the battery using the USB charging port located on the light. Plug it in to your computer, while at home or in the car using your cigarette lighter, with a DC adapter of course. A water resistant rubber cover ensures the BR10 GT is safe, when not charging. The back lit triangle indicator will keep you updated on the power status with green indicating 50-100%, blue indicating 10-50% and finally red indicating under 10%.
- Unique design allows to be mounted on a bicycle, rail mount, or handheld
- Rechargeable by USB port with a water resistant rubber cover
- Toughened ultra-clear mineral glass with anti-reflective coating
- Constructed from aero-grade aluminum alloy
- HAIII military grade hard-anodized finish
- Impact resistant to 1.5 meters
- Waterproof in accordance with IPX-6 standards
- Included accessories: 1x 2400mAh 18650, bicycle handle adapter, and a USB cable
- LED: CREE XM-L2
- Battery: 1x 18650 (2400mAh 18650 included)
- Output mode/Runtime:
- High: 960 lumens / 2hrs
- Mid: 290 lumens / 5.5hrs
- Low: 100 lumens / 14hrs
- Strobe: 960 lumens
- Peak Beam Intensity: 8000cd
- Max Beam Distance: 180 meters
- Length: 4.4" (112mm)
- Bezel Diameter: 1.2" (30.4mm)
- Body Diameter: 1.06" (27mm)
- Weight: 3.6 oz (103g) (excluding batteries)
|Output Modes:||3+ Brightness Levels, Strobe|
|Compatible Batteries:||1 x 18650|
|Included Accessories:||Batteries, Mounting Straps, USB Cable|
|Flashlight Usage:||Every Day Carry, Bike|
|Throw Distance (Max):||180m|
|Product Certifications:||ANSI, IPX-6|
|Warranty:||Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty, JETBeam 2 Year Warranty|
|Return Policy:||Battery Junction Return Policy|
|Primary Material:||Anodized Aluminum|
|Product Dimensions:||4.4" (L) x 1.2" (Head Diameter)1.06" (Body Diameter)|
|Country of Origin:||CN|
92% Recommend this product (11 of 12 responses)
January 13, 2017
Good quality & performance, great price
Well built, it's lasted several weeks so far on a bike, frequent use, with significant shock and vibration and shows no sign of wear. I don't have a way to measure the output so I can't say if it meets the advertised power, but it is plenty bright. My initial use has been as a rear running light for the bike, in strobe mode with a red lens. The best purpose-built alternatives were about 200 lumens, so this is way better. I'll soon get another for my main headlight. Can't beat the power for the price.
ProsStandard rechargeable swappable battery so, unlike some alternatives, you can easily carry a spare.
August 3, 2017
Great Light with shortfalls!
This is a perfect bike light for me�€� Other than the mount broke pretty much instantly and now the LED indicator light never works anymore.... The beam and light output and runtime makes up for those shortfalls ....I bought some different mounts that will work fine�€�.And the LED indicator light for will work sporadically so I know how much charge left... i've heard that Jetbeam customer service is terrible so I haven't wanted to find out ? Hope this helps!
ProsGreat throw and Beam for biking!
ConsMount is super weak!
June 11, 2017
best value bike light by far, the mounting kit is not durable
This is an amazing value, because you get the mounting kit, a very good flashlight, and an excellent 18650 battery all for around $50. My kids use these so they get a lot of abuse, and they handle it well. They have been banged around, left outside in the rain, and dropped at speed onto the pavement and the flashlights have all survived, despite some serious scrapes and dents. Unfortunately one of the reasons they need to take so much abuse is that the mounting kit falls apart. Eventually the flashlights start to pop off over bumps, or just fall off on their own, or the mounting bracket snaps off or cracks. So while the flashlight itself gets 5 stars, the mounting kit gets 2. I love the power management on these. First of all they are standard rechargeable 18650, so you can buy a spare and always have one charged. That is the right battery for the application, because you can go on an hour evening ride and not run out of juice. These things give out huge light, so you will be visible and will see where you are going. There is also a strobe function for maximum visibility, even during the day. The power indicator light is great so you know when to recharge them before they run out, and they can be recharged by USB so when you are travelling you don't need to bring along an recharger. Even when they are nearly dead, you can switch to strobe mode and it will continue to flash for hours, at a reduced setting, so you can keep a minimum level of visibility and safety. I have found my kids flashlight still flashing in the shed the next day after they left it on, so you don't have to worry about running out of light on a ride. All in all, these are great bike lights but just need a more durable mounting kit. As it is, I only get about 8 months out of the mounting kit but haven't lost a flashlight yet.
Prosgreat flashlight great price
Conspoor durability mounting adapter
Santa Rosa Beach, FL
October 26, 2016
I like this light because it is a good buy and well made.I purchased one and like it so much i purchased another one.
Prosthe brightest setting is not too bright, just right; easy mount; sturdy mount; easy to remove to prevent theft;excellent hand light; easy to recharge battery.
May 23, 2016
good light with a great runtime on mid...like 14 hrs at like 120 lumens
Proscompact and rechargeable via usb
Conswill turn on in pocket if u try to use as an edc but functional...is wat it is...great bike light
February 28, 2016
Almost an amazing light! Still worth the money. Fix the one defect and it will be awesome.
The major defect of this light is that it can easily come on in a pocket or a bag. Too many times I had a dead light because the button will switch on inside my bag or pocket. I fixed this by making a button guard with capralactone, but I shouldn't have had to do that. The light is not quite as bright as advertized I think. The bike mount is pretty good. Overall worth the cost, but would be amazing if they fixed the button.
Prosrechargeable sturdy / waterproof bright enough easy access to strobe mode bike mount is good
Consno pocket clip light can come on inside a pocket or bag (bad!) not as bright as advertized
January 26, 2016
Nice Small Light - Not A Favorite
Given the opportunity, I would have rated this light 3.5. I have many lights to compare the BR10 GT to and frankly, I was a bit disappointed for Jetbeam lights are among my favorites. First the positives: 1] Very nice, small size with a nice finish, 2] The bicycle clip is sturdy and easy to remove, 3] The price is right, especially considering it comes with a Jetbeam battery and the light has a built in USB charger. Second the Negatives: 1] I do not believe the turbo output is 960 lumens, maybe 800. 2] The light output is heavily toward the yellow end of the spectrum that I found displeasing, 3] The light appears to have two control buttons, one round and the other triangular, but that is not the case. There is only one control button for all functions. The triangular button is not a button but actually a multicolored light that tells you how much battery power is left. That light is continuously activated when the light is on which I feel is a waste of battery power. Two or three seconds on would have sufficed or better yet, eliminate that triangular button. The power button I would have preferred to be a little larger. 4] I would have preferred that the light have four power modes and a beacon mode that I find useful.
January 26, 2016
Excellent light for cycling
I've making all sorts of cycling lights over the years and noticed that the efficiency (battery life) was significantly better than it was only 3 years ago. I took a chance with this light and it is excellent for night time riding. I was going to be happy if I got 2+ hours of battery life in the middle setting and I wound up getting quite a bit more...I don't have an exact number since I was playing around with the high setting. I use to hose clamps to mount it on my handlebars...I don't trust the cheap plastic mounts. I like the battery life indicator. I wouldn't purchase this for an EDC light since the ON/OFF button can be pressed too easily when it is in your pocket. So far I like this and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it for night time cycling...just keep in mind that you can out ride the useful distance in the mid range mode so cycle carefully and enjoy.
ProsGood battery life, compact for the handlebars, useful battery life indicator
ConsNot recommended for an EDC since the ON/OFF button is easily depressed when in a pocket
By E. Clark
January 17, 2016
Jet beam light
Well my first one quit working on me and was replaced free of charge. During this time I bought a second one for my other mountain bike. I found out to carry it in your pocket of pants can cause it to come on, as I felt my leg warming up. As far as the mount goes, your chances are 50/50 that the tightening nut won't strip on you. And I'd suggest getting the mount offered in accessories. Tonight I charged one light, then went to charge the second one and the charging indicator isn't lighting up. So who knows if it's charging. But hey what can you expect for a 37.00 light on sale. I may op for a upgrade or just get a real mountain bike like from Nightrider.
ProsIt was cheap,,, and it's small.
ConsBar mount sucks. Comes on if you carry it in front pocket. It may charge it may not. To easy to bump switch without knowing. I question the actual lume out put.
December 23, 2015
I bought this to replace my other bike light because I wanted something with a more neutral tint, and removable batteries so I could carry a spare with me. Took it out for a couple hours in the light rain last night and it performs great for a sub $50 light. It did wobble in the mount quite a bit when I first set it up, but a single piece of electrical tape on the flashlight side solved that completely, so I don't think it's worth docking a star for; and the mound lets you twist left or right which means you can center the beam even if it's mounted off to the side. I have it mounted off my left fork, so it did need to be turned a couple degrees to line up perfectly. As for the light itself, it's good looking, lightweight, and appears very well made. UI is simple, and does what it needs to. The modes are decently spaced, and medium suits anything but a fairly quick downhill. The beam is very clean all around and the neutral tint is much easier on my eyes. After having seen a couple beamshots, I was relieved to find that it doesn't throw terribly far, and leaves plenty of light off to the sides during sharp turns. Best of all, no more limping home on a low internal battery, Just carry a spare and pop it in when needed. I don't think I'll ever be using it as a handheld, but it's a good size and feels good in the hand if you're looking for a simple light or ever need to use it as a backup. Already ordered another for my dad.
ProsLightweight Simple Easy on the eyes Well machined and finished Adjustable mount Doesn't break the bank No battery pack to wire
ConsLoose fit between light and mount (but 10sec to fix)
December 1, 2015
I bought this to see if it would be a good bike light, WOW this is a GREAT light for bike and for carry, a little large for an EDC but an amazingly bright light and very well made, I may buy a few more for gifts!
ProsEasy to operate and extremely bright
August 4, 2015
Excellent product. The only issue I've had is when I carry it in my front pant pocket, it comes on. I felt my leg getting warm the first time and looked down to see my pocket glowing from the light, other then that I love it.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Detroit asked:
July 23, 2015
One photo shows the rechargeable battery outside of the light. If it is removable, can a non-rechargeable battery be substituted?
Thank you for your inquiry. The BR10 GT comes with a rechargeable 18650, but you can also run the light on 2 CR123A batteries.
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