Serfas TSL-500 True Light Headlight

Serfas TSL-500 True Light Headlight
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Own the night with Serfas' TSL-500 True Light Headlight. It bathes your way with 500 lumens of brightness without an external cord or battery pack. Recharging is simple and convenient, too. Just plug it into your computer's USB port or use the included wall charger. This great light has steady and flashing modes plus high, medium and low beams, and it includes both helmet and handlebar quick-release mounts. You also get a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.

Part Numbers

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713835016329 TSL-500 SER25263998T

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5.0

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great visibility 
  • Helmet/removable mount 
  • Rechargable 
  • Rugged 
  • Super bright 

Cons

  • Short battery life 

Best Uses

  • Good for commuting 

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5

Great lite for the $

By 

from Royse City, TX

About Me Avid Cyclist

Comments:

I bought this light after borrowing one from a friend. I use it on my mountian bike as my only light source for now. We start our rides late in the afternoon after work and it lights up the trail well on the medium setting for finishing up our ride in the dark. Trying to decide to buy another one or go ahead and get the 1000 for the handle bars and put this one the helmet.

5

Excellent light

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from Nothern NJ

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Helmet/Removable mount
  • Rechargable
  • Rugged
  • Super bright
  • Great visibility

Cons

  • Short battery life

Best Uses

  • Night commute

Comments:

I have this mounted to the front of my velocity velos velomobile. I commute in the pitch dark down a black bike trail at 5am. It is so bright, it scares the deer off the path! I love that I can pop it off and bring it inside to charge it. My last velomobile had to be recharged with an extension cord

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