Old 08-22-20, 11:06 AM
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Since it is even StVZO certified, it must be somewhat reliable, but 130-150 lm for the front light (from the specs) indicates a "to-be-seen" light, not a "to see light". So if you don't drive in unlit areas, you could go for it.
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