Bontrager Ion 200 RT/Flare RT USB Rechargeable Set

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Be seen and ride safe with a compact and powerful set of front and rear daytime running lights. The all-new Flare RT is smaller, more powerful and features a longer battery life. The Ion 200 RT packs the same technology into a 200 Lumen front bike light. Both lights are USB rechargeable, include easy-to-mount brackets and feature a distinctive flash setting that is visible from up to 2 km away.

  • The specifically designed focus, flash and range offers ultimate daytime visibility
  • Flare RT provides ultimate visibility for any road, city or track
  • Ion 200 RT provides 200 lumens of visibility via high-power CREE LED bulbs
  • The integrated light sensor auto-adjusts brightness to your environment
  • Connect with GarminĀ® and Bontrager ANT+ devices for always-on, battery status and wireless control
  • Easily attaches to your handlebars, helmet or bike mount
  • IPX7 waterproof rating: An updated USB port protects against the strongest downpours, tyre sprays and even temporary immersion up to 1 m.

  • Includes Ion 200 RT, Flare RT, Quick Connect Mounts and a Micro USB charging cable
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This is a superb little set of lights; they weigh around 30g each and are so small there is no reason to take them off the bike.

They are 'connected' so you can sync with your Garmin etc and control them that way. I must admit that I am a Luddite, and I just turn them on manually!

Speaking of which; as with everything modern there is a myriad of options (5 different settings in this case)...

For the front light:

  • High - 200 lumens for 1.5 hours
  • Medium - 100 lumens for 3 hours
  • Low - 5 lumens for 14.5 hours
  • Night Flash - 5 lumens for 30 hours
  • Day Flash - 100 lumens for 12 hours

Personally I think High mode is still too low for anything really dark and rural; so I have bigger lights for night riding on unlit roads. But these are perfect for telling people you are there (as opposed to illuminating the road) and thus saving the battery in your main lights.

The rear has the following modes:

  • Day Flash - 90 lumens for 6 hours
  • All Day Flash - 45 lumens for 12 hours
  • Night Flash - 5 Lumens for 15 hours
  • Day Steady - 25 lumens for 4.5 hours
  • Night Steady - 5 lumens for 13.5 Hours

There has been a real push towards riding with 'daylight running lights' - and I have become a convert. Having up to 12 hours burn time is perfect and means you can get away with charging twice a week, and simply being able to plug them into your computer at work, or any standard USB charger, makes them a doddle to keep topped up.