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Fenix | 1800 Lumen USB Rechargeable Bike Light

Fenix | 1800 Lumen USB Rechargeable Bike Light

Regular price $59.95 USD
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The Fenix BC35R is a USB rechargeable bike light specifically built for the urban environment. This light features an innovative visual cut-off facula line which blocks off the top of the light beam so you won’t blind oncoming traffic.

The OLED screen displays current output and corresponding runtime so you are constantly aware of the light’s status. Built-in anti-theft device that smartly monitors users’ bike movement that will set off an alarm. Additional features include built-in 5200mAh Li-ion battery, USB rechargeability, and remote pressure switch operation.

Max Lumens: 1800
Max Beam Distance: 479 feet (146 meters)
Max Runtime: 28 hours
Lighting Modes: 4 brightness levels, burst, and flashing
Bulb Type: CREE XHP50 neutral white LED
Size: Length: 4.68″ (119mm) Width: 1.97″ (50mm) Height: 1.2″ (31mm)
Weight: 9.9 oz. (283 grams) including mount and battery
Battery: Built-in 5200mAh Li-ion battery
Included: Remote pressure switch, bicycle mount, USB charging cable, bicycle mounting shim (thick), bicycle mounting shim (thin)
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting USA


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Customer Reviews

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Paul Stregevsky
The "remaining time" precise readout makes all the difference

You can find many lights that compete with the Fenix BC35R. But they will be missing two or more features that make the Fenix a standout:
(1) a reasonably high color rendering index (CRI). I think the Fenix's is 80 or 85, where 93 is as high as you'll find.
(2) a digital readout that tells you how many minutes of light remain, in whichever mode you're in.
(3) automatic lowering of output when your battery is almost depleted.
(4) a cutoff pattern that helps prevent your beam from blinding oncoming drivers.
(5) a cool remote switch.
The battery is charged through a micro USB port. Micro USBs tend to be fragile. So I've scotch-taped a $6 adapter that lets me charge the light through USB-C! Look for this adapter on Amazon: Cablecc USB-C Type-C Female to Micro USB 2.0 5Pin Male Data Adapter 90 Degree Left & Right Angled Type (Left Angled)
My one gripe is the beam quality: It's messy, with several rings. And it's broader than it needs to be, wasting lumens far off-axis. If I had to do it over, I'd buy the earlier version, the BC-30R. It's missing the beam cutoff pattern, and its remote isn't as versatile. But I've read that its beam is cleaner and more focused.