Shine bright, all day and night, with the Luminate 360 set combining four of our most popular lighting options.
Being seen from all angles has never been easier.
The Dayblazer 550 provides high-power BLITZ daytime running mode and side visibility to grab the attention of cars or light your way through a dark section of the commute. The Grid Rear and Side Lights have a wide COB light array and long run time. Ready for those commuting in the city, riding the open roads, or heading to their local trail.
550 max lumens front, 40 rear, 110 side
Lithium Ion/Lithium Polymer
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Swivel mount - A rotating mount allows the light to be adjusted to center on the road! This versatile silicone mount fits handlebars from 22–35mm and can be used to strap to some helmets.
Versatile mounting system - Round seat posts, aero posts, seat stays, or loops on bags/clothes (with the built-in wire clip) are all fair game for mounting the Dayblazer rear light thanks to its unique and reconfigurable bracket interface
Blitz mode (front): 1 hour at 400 lumens
Low mode (front): 1.5 hours at 200 lumens
Pulse mode (front): 6 hours at 200 lumens
Strobe mode (front): 10 hours at 200 lumens
Solid mode (rear): 1 hour at 50 lumens
High flash/Strobe mode (rear): 3 hours at 65 lumens
Low flash/Strobe mode (rear): 6 hours at 35 lumens
High solid mode (side): 1.5 hours at 85 lumens
Low solid mode (side): 3 hours at 50 lumens
High flash mode (side): 3 hours at 85 lumens
Low strobe mode (side): 6 hours at 50 lumens
IP-65 submersible - Ingress protection rating or "IP Rating," is a techy way to describe the level of water- and dust-proofness of a product. This light meets the IP-65 Standard, which means it is totally protected against dust/grit and protected against low-pressure water jets from any direction.
If you could be seen from every angle, why wouldn't you want to? We designed our side visibility lights to work in concert with our front and rear lights to keep you seen, day or night, from any angle, for 360-degree visibility.
Because it sits right in the center of the visible light spectrum, amber is the first color the eye can pick up. It is universally accepted that yellow/amber lights mean caution, or slow down, making them ideal for side visibility light.
Meets ANSI FL-1 standard
This standard was created by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to provide consistent performance measurements for handheld lights.