The Blackburn Local 10 rear light is a great commuter friendly bike light at an affordable price. You get a steady beam and flashing mode delivering 10 lumens, to be seen with. A large power button is easy to use, even when wearing gloves. The Blackburn Local is a great commuter friendly safety light with long runtimes before you need to swap batteries. Large lens power button is easy to turn on / off while pedalling or wearing gloves Silicone mount, one size fits all Built to the ANSI FL-1 standard, which gives consistent light performance guidelines and measurements FL-1 ANSI Standard 10 lumens 2 modes: High: 10 lms Steady Flash: 10 lms Runtime: High: 70 hrs Steady Flash: 140 hrs Replaceable AA batteries . Read Blackburn Local 10 Rear Light reviews at Amazon.com.
|Local 10 Rear Light Specification|
|Designed for||MTB, Road|
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Blackburn is a cycle accessories brand, which is largely associated with it's range of bike bags. Founded in 1975 by Jim Blackburn with the ethos of manufacturing stronger, lighter and innovative cycling products. This aim led them to produce the world's first dual mini-pump, the over-sized MTB mini pump and also the dual stroke track pump. Over the years they've established a reputation for functional and hard wearing, yet competitively priced products. Nowadays Blackburn manufacture ranges of pumps, multi tools, bike lights, bottle cages, mudguards, computers, turbo trainers as well as the famous range of bike bags.
I apologise for this section being a little sparse - there doesn't seem to be much information on Blackburn's history on the web - however you may find additional details on their their UK homepage.