Fenix BC21R Bike Light
Maximum output 880 lumens. Powered by 1 x 18650 rechargeable battery (included).
The new Fenix BC21R bike light has a maximum output of 880 lumens and is powered by the 18650 Li-ion rechargeable battery that comes with the torch.
The flashlight is rechargeable and comes with an 18650 Li-ion battery and USB charging cable so that the battery can be charged in situ. This model can also use two single use CR123 batteries, but please note that the brightness and runtimes may be lower that detailed below.
The BC21R has an optimised quick-release mounting system for your ease and convenience. Simply push to mount and press-pull to dismount.
Turbo: 880 lumens - 1 hr 20 mins runtime
High: 380 lumens - 4 hrs 30 mins runtime
Mid: 200 lumens - 8 hrs 30 mins runtime
Low: 100 lumens - 15 hrs 50 mins
Plus Flash mode.
Maximum beam distance 125 meters, water resistant to IPX-6 and resistant to impacts up to 1 meters.
Includes: Fenix 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery, bike mount, USB charging cable, bike mounting shim & strap, spare O-ring
- Battery: Removeable rechargeable battery
- Additional Battery Type: 2 x CR123 single use batteries
- Lamp Type: Cree XM-L2 T6 Neutral White LED
- Strobe/SOS: Flash
- Reflector: Aspherical reflector with a wide beam angle
- Lens Type: Anti-glare lens design produces safe dual distance beam illumination
- Switch Type: Push button on / off / brightness switch
- Construction: Made from aluminium alloy with excellent heat dissipation design
- Finish: Type 111 HA
- Waterproofing: IPX-6, weatherproof
- Length: 113mm
- Width: 40.5mm
- Height: 42mm
- Weight: 67 grams (excluding battery)
(4 / 5 Stars)
|A very good light which distributes light forward and to the sides very well. Not a bright white LED but I soon got used to that. Would prefer to have had the option of not having the charging ability on the torch (reduce size/weight a little bit is just my personal preference) as the light is a little bulky so knocked off one star. Bracket is solid. Would have given it 9 out of ten if that had been an option.|
|Mr Heron, Cheadle|