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That is definitely the Vis 180 70 lumen. This is the new packaging that L&M just debuted in late 2014 when the 70 lumen model came out. They sent the new design to the packaging manufacturer just before they got the Vis 180 upgraded to run at 70 lumens, so the white insert says 50 lumens when in fact it's 70 lumens (as shown on the outside sticker ...


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I agree. Not an easy job. Brake lights must be waterproof, including switches. Operation in extreme temperatures is also a challenge. Got to work in very hot weather in summer and subzero F temperatures in winter. I have had some Chinese made lights that were very temperature sensitive and not waterproof. Not useful beyond spring weather. Chinese skimping on ...


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As a Revo Lights owner I like them a lot as a second light source. Since the light is lower to the ground they do a better job of lighting up the pavement immediately in front of you. For being seen, they're much more visible than many of the headlights and tail lights I see on other bikes out at night. Especially from the side, when you're at a stop sign ...



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