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Old 08-08-12, 10:10 PM   #1
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Fenix of torch fame are getting into bike headlights

Fenix, the torch people are getting into the bike lights market according to this post over at Gizmag.

The flagship light will offer up to 800 lumens of output and four separate lighting modes that will provide ample lighting for off-road use. It will burn for up to three hours on high and use a rechargeable battery pack that takes about two hours to charge. Fenix did not have run times for the lower settings, but like other LED lights, those will be significantly longer. The second light will offer up to 350 lumens of output.

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I was searching around this morning and found some more info.




It appears that the BT20 comes with a battery case that takes 2x18650 or 4xCR123A, and there's mention of another case that takes 4xAA. It appears batteries/charger are not included. That youtube video makes it look pretty good. It says the BT20 has 750 lumens with a 2 hour runtime in 'turbo' mode.
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