Engineered to be seen day and night. The 168H penetrates daylight and dark roads with powerful flashes and an extra wide radiant glow with 260 degrees of visibility.
- Lumen Output: 180 Lumens
- 6 Modes
- Weight: 34g
- USB Rechargeable
- Handlebar Strap Mount with Quick Release
- Water / Dust Resistant IPX5 Rated
- High - 1:30h
- Mid - 2:15h
- Low - 6:00h
- High - 2:30h
- Mid - 3:00h
- Low - 5:00h
I love the illumination when riding. Everything else is lousy. Charger port hard to connect and broke off LED mother board with 2 months use. Better light design and robust quality is needed
Great light for being seen at night or even during the day I added this to the middle of my bike frame to add extra light besides the headlight and tail light and I've got to say blitzu cyborg what they're doing very rugged professional products riding through mud riding through puddles no worries just wipe the unit off and keep on moving as long as the units not submerged under water you're good so no back flips into the pool on my bike anyway getting back to this product even on the lowest setting you will be seen just don't set this light up on your handlebars or anywhere in front of your focal vision because you will get some glare which kind of struct some of your focal vision directly in front of you besides that really good product I will be looking to purchase the rear tail light as well
These light's work great really light up the road. Good as secondary lights very happy with my purchase.
I waited patiently for this light to become available. I have been using the rear (red) light for a couple years and was beside myself when I broke it. I bought a new one right away but had to wait for a few weeks for it to arrive. In the meantime, I tried 3 or 4 others. I love my rear blitzu so much, I was very excited when I saw that they offered a front light as well. It wasn't available until late Dec 2020 but it finally arrived and I was able to use it a few times. Same as the rear, red light. with a 50% blink it is very effective for about 2.5 hours. If you are on a long ride, which I do a couple times a week in the Summer, they fizzle to dim blip in about 3.5 hours. It will stay lit for 4 but dimly. I still love the high intensity for the first few hours and have started carrying two in case I end up staying out longer than expected.
The other feature for the front light is that it doesn't take a lot of room on the handlebars. I don't know about you but my handlebars are a bit crowded so this low profile strap works better than some of the other front lights.
By the way, I don't use this light to see the road at night... I use it for visibility, so cars only go after me if they want to... not be accident.