ADVANCED LED’S & OPTICS
There is no such thing as a universal bike light. Depending on end use and even bike type dictate the best bike light to use.
Blinder Road utilizes 2 LED’s each independently capable of 400lm of output or 600lm when used together. The LHS optic has a 12-degree beam providing a spotlight that is perfect for racing and fast riding on smooth roads. Whilst the RHS Optic has a 32-degree beam proving a flood light that is best suited for use on slower rides on bumpy or uneven riding conditions.
Each LED has a variety of flash patterns and functions independent of the other.
UNIQUE FASTENING SYSTEM
Utilising silicone to create the elastomeric strap combined with an over-molded polycarbonate clip system allows Blinder Road to adapt to the many various configurations required of today’s road cyclist’s, many of whom have GPS systems on their bikes.
The Blinder Road is stylish and versatile enough to fit with a multitude of today’s high-end bicycle cockpits.
(Includes two removable silicone straps for bars 22-28mm & 29-35mm)
WATERPROOF & INTEGRATED USB CHARGING
The Blinder road is 100% waterproof with a rating of IP67, which means you submerge your light in depths greater than 1 meter for over 30 minutes without damage (note if you are under 1 meter of water on your bike, the waterproofing of your light is probably the last of your worries).
The light is charged via integrated USB, which means so it does not require additional cables to charge from a USB Port as well as no need for single use batteries.
When your Blinder is running low on battery, a red led will light up next to the button. This ring will turn green when fully charged and then turn off once the Blinder is unplugged from the power source.
With a design that is wider rather than longer, accommodating the 2 optics side by side keeps the centre of gravity as close to the handlebar as possible which avoids the potential for movement on bumpy roads.
Finally, the Blinder Road’s buttons and strap closures are all at the perfect ergonomic angle to presents themselves to the rider buttons are long enough to be used while wearing gloves.