|Availability:||In stock (1)|
|Peak Intensity||60 lux|
|LED Chip||1×5 Lumiled Altilon|
|LED Driver Efficiency||96%|
|Input Voltage||7.4V, max 14V|
|Battery||7.4V 6400 mAH|
|Battery Brand||LG Electronics|
|Charge Time||4.5 hours|
|Run Time||2.8 to 13 hours|
|Dimensions||56 x 61 x 48mm|
|Materials||Magnesium, Silicone, ABS|
Imagine your car’s headlight on a bike. It’s that good.
The Outbound Trail is FRIGGING AWESOME!
Got it in the mail today and popped it right on to the bike, just came back from a night ride with a friend. I’ve been mtb night riding since 1994? -ish been through the gamut of halogen ( night sun, night rider) HID, (night rider) LED ( dinotte, magic shine, JET chinese knock-offs from DX.com) Your light has a significantly better beam pattern, is brighter and the mount is rock solid. I’ve been running skateboard tape on my bars for years to keep bar lights in place, no need for that now.
It’s only a couple of rides, but man, super happy.
Keep up the good work and thanks for a great product!
Outbound has checked all the boxes on this Trail light. The light is durable (both water proof and rock impact resistance), bright, and has a great wide beam. Don’t get hung up on Lumens (especially on those cheap Amazon lights,) this light is more effective at lighting your high speed adventure in the woods. Rather than a bright spot beam you get a trail worth of light. Best of all Outbound has amazing customer service. If things go wrong they are willing to stand behind their product. This is a must if you ride in the dark on the regular.
Just for reference I’ve owned multiple Light-n-Motion and Niterider lights. Outbound has a light that by all means is better than most and on par with lights twice it’s price.
Don’t mess with cheap solutions if you can afford to go quality!