Characteristics Designed for improving cyclist visibility. Can be used as a front or rear light.
VisibilityLights up to 11 m, visible from 450 m. Two-tone LED, flashing/continuous modes.
Autonomy3h in continuous mode, up to 9h in flash mode. USB cable to charge (500 cycles)
Easy assembly / dismantlingUniversal, one step, tool-free attachment.
VisibilityB'TWIN has created the B'VISIBLE label to designate products that improve your visibility while cycling. It guarantees high-performance visibility that has been scientifically tested and approved in the lab, available on a full line of B'TWIN products.
CompositionStructure : 100.0% Styrene Ethylene Butadiene Styrene (SEBS) Inside Shell - Main fabric : 100.0% Battery - Lilo Lens : 100.0% Polycarbonate (PC)
Product restrictionsNot a substitute for bicycle lights required by law.
Product catchlineThe first two-tone, red and white, bike light that can be attached at the front or the rear of the bike.You choose!
Lab testedLab tests are conducted to approve components: batteries, battery life, UV resistance, durability, etc. The final product is then tested to simulate the durability of the assembly over time. The light is fitted to a test bike to reproduce the vibrations o
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Great product excellent price14/10/2016Price, visibility, battery lifeNothing apart from clarification on the aboveResponse of the brandThank you for your question regarding the "legal" point.
To be brief the 320 model flashes but under some laws (and in the UK as well under the RVLR regulations) a steady beam of light must be emitted to conform (there are a few other conditions as well). The 500 model only offers a steady beam therefore conforms fully. In Germany for example, they are extremely strict on this point and flashing lights can not be sold as bike lights. Seeing as we sell throughout the world, the information we provide always errs on the side of caution.
It has to be said that the fine details of RVLR are seldom enforced, and provided you show some kind of white light in front and red behind, it is very unlikely you'll be challenged.
I hope this helps clarify the situation for you.
Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLONAlan was satisfied with this answer