Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max

Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max

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Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max

Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. So this is great for places with almost no light. it is heavy in the respect that the battery is powerful. the way to mount the battery is awkward not going to lie. my plan is to mount it on a helmet and have the battery stored in my backpack. Theres a lot of wire on this product. good luck making it look clean on the bike.finally popular brand,regular dealer,ranking top15Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max
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  • "li" ✅ 【Magicshine's 5000 Lumen Mountain Bike Light 】 The Monteer 5000S MTB headlight is capable of 5000 lumens of max actual output. Powered by 7000mAh super high capacity battery pack. One of our brightest most powerful bike headlights.
  • ✅ 【Max 5000 Lumens of FL1 Verified Output Bike Front Light for Mountain Biking 】 5x Luminums SST-40 LEDs, 3200 lumens of flood light from the top 3 LEDs at 31 degree spread and 2000 lumens of spot light from 2 LEDs on the bottom at 21 degree spread. Two groups of LEDs can be activated separately or together. 5 lighting modes with 1 flash and 4 brightness settings at 100% 50% 25% and 10%
  • ✅ 【High Quality Copper LED PCB Heat Dissipation 】 Copper PCB allows fast and efficient transfer or heat from LED source, much of the outer body is constructed into a heat sink with thermally condusive aluminum alloy for optimal thermal performance. When the heat build up is not dissipated quickly enough, smart internal thermal management will kick in to throttle max output, protecting internal components from potential damages.
  • ✅ 【MTB Light with 7000 mAh Super High Capacity Rechargeable Battery Pack 】 Micro-USB rechargeable battery pack is consisted of 4x 3500mAh Li-ion cells. Max burntime under full 5000 lumens is measured to be up to 2 hours. At the lowest 10% output you can expect more than 90 hours of runtime on half beam mode.
  • ✅ 【IPX5 Water Resistent and Handlebar Mount(Compatible with Garmin) 】 The Monteer 5000S bike light is weatherproof up to IPX5, sealed light body is able to withstand heavy downpours and snow. Handlebar mount supports most Garmin quarter turn devices and bar sizes from 25.4 to 35mm. Extra strap included for certain Aero bars. Compatible with Magicshine MJ-6272 and TTA out front mounts.
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Product Description

Monteer 3500 Monteer 5000 Monteer 6500 Monteer 8000
Monteer 3500 Monteer 5000 Monteer 6500 Monteer 8000
Max Lumen Output 3500 5000 6500 8000
Beam Mode and Spread Spot: 21°, Flood: 31°, Combo Spot: 21°, Flood: 31°, Combo Spot: 21°, Flood: 31°, Combo Spot: 21°, Flood: 31°, Combo
Brightness Modes 100% - 50% - 25% - 10% - Flash 100% - 50% - 25% - 10% - Flash 100% - 50% - 25% - 10% - Flash 100% - 50% - 25% - 10% - Flash
Max Flood Beam 3x [email protected]° 1800 3200 4000 4800
Max Spot Beam 2x [email protected]° 1400 2000 2600 3200
Battery Capacity (mAh) 5200 7000 10000 10000
Runtime Range 1.5 - 75 2 - 90 2 - 40 1.5 - 32
Micro USB in/out ✓ ✓
USB Type-C in/out PD ✓ ✓
Box ContentsBox Contents

Box Contents

1* Monteer 5000S Light Head

1* MJ-6116C Battery Pack

2* Battery Straps

1* Handlebar Mount(Compatible with Garmin)

5* Silicone Straps for Handlebars Ø25.4 to Ø35mm amp; Aero Bars

1* Micro-USB Charging Cable

1* Hex Key

1* User Manual

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Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max

Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. So this is great for places with almost no light. it is heavy in the respect that the battery is powerful. the way to mount the battery is awkward not going to lie. my plan is to mount it on a helmet and have the battery stored in my backpack. Theres a lot of wire on this product. good luck making it look clean on the bike.finally popular brand,regular dealer,ranking top15Magicshine Monteer 5000S Storm MTB Headlight, 5000 lumens of max