About Blackburn 2'Fer XL Front or Rear Light
The 2'Fer-XL is the big brother of Blackburn's popular 2'Fer light. This light works hard, pulling double duty as either a 200 lumens front or a 40 lumens rear light, depending on your needs. The clever mount design lets you easily pop it onto your bike's handlebar or seat post, or use the clip to mount it on your backpack or belt. With the push of a button, this light can switch between a white front light and a rear red light. Holding the button for 2 seconds turns the light on and off, and pushing the button once chances modes between white solid, red solid, white flashing and red flashing. The light also remembers which mode you were last using and turns on in that mode. Ingress protection rating or 'IP Rating' is a techy way to describe the level of water and dust-proofness a product has. This light meets the IP-67 Standard, which means it is totally protected against dust/grit and also can withstand being submerged in up to 1 meter of water for as long as 30 minutes. The mount can be configured at a 90° angle or 72° angle for handlebar, seatpost or seat stay use. Charges via any standard USB port with the included cable. A small built-in LED light indicates the battery level. Green = > 75%, Orange = 75 - 25%, Red = < 25%. Constructed from lightweight but tough aluminum for extra durability and a timeless look.
Micro-USB Rechargeable Charges via any standard USB port (charging cable included)
Installation No tools required.
Construction Optimized lenses
Recharging Time 3-hour recharge
Functionality Great side visibility!
IP Standard Waterproof to IP-67 standard
Batteries 1 Lithium Ion battery included (7.9 Lithium Battery Energy Content Watt Hours)
Weight 78 grams
Lumen Output / Runtime Solid Front 200, Flashing Front 200, High Flash Rear 40, Low Flash Rear 40 / Solid Front 2 hrs, Flashing Front 6 hrs, High Flash Rear 4, Low Flash Rear 12
In 1975, Jim Blackburn looked at the at the emerging cycling culture and knew he could make a difference. That meant thinking from the user's perspective, showing respect for materials and their functionality, while bringing unprecedented innovation. Over the years, they've taken those principles to build gear that allow people to go further, do more and be prepared for anything.