At a whopping 1,800 lumens, the Hadron shines like two twin suns on the front of your bars, allowing you to ride at daytime speeds long after the light fails.
The Hadron uses twin Cree LEDs to provide a wide, bright beam that stretches well over 200m. This provides a ridiculous amount of night-time visibility so you can tackle tight and twisty singletrack at speed. It also comes with an optional remote control, allowing you to easily swap between lighting modes without needing to take your hands off the brake levers.
With 6 different lighting modes, the Hadron’s brightness can be effectively tailored to your ride length, terrain and light levels. The lowest brightness Pulse mode runs for a massive 50 hours If you need to save battery on the roads or smoother sections. Plus, the twin bulbs are much more energy efficient than single bulb set-ups.
The Hadron is housed in a durable 6063 alloy casing to protect your light from crash damage and an IPX6 rating is sufficiently waterproof for all-weather riding. An output jack on the Hadron means you can also use its large 6,700mAh lithium ion battery to charge your GPS or phone if you find yourself out of juice on mid-trip.
Boost: 1,800 lumens – 2 hrs
High: 900 lumens – 4 hrs 30 mins
Mid: 500 lumens – 6 hrs 25 mins
Low: 200 lumens – 12 hrs 30 mins
Pulse: 100 lumens – 50hrs
Strobe: 1800 lumens – 2 hrs 45 mins
Beam Distance: >200 metres
Battery: 6700mAh 3.7V Li-ion rechargeable Bulb: 2x CREE LED XPL2 Body: 6063 Alloy, IPX6 rated Outputs: USB 5V/2A
118mm x 52mm x 32mm (length x width x height)
Light: 206g Handlebar Mount: 8g Remote: 8g
Lithium-ion batteries do drain over time so make sure your light is charged before use. Avoid using fast charge power supply as this may cause overcharging. The Hadron charges best with a 5V/2.0A micro USB input. Wipe clean after use and store fully charged in a cool, dry place. Don’t shine the Hadron into your eyes if you value your retinas!