M204 Monkey Light

The M204 Monkey Light is a rugged, practical, high performance bicycle light. 40 Lumens and 360 degree visibility make it the most practical wheel light on the market today.

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4 full color LEDs
40 Lumens
Full color graphics
Waterproof for use in all weather Durable solid rubber construction
5 themes included 360° visibility
Stainless steel anti-theft strap Hub mounted battery keeps wheel balanced
Straps to spokes with vibration proof 3-point mount Fits 16″ and larger bike wheels
3 AA battery holder works with all AA battery types Up to 60 hours run time

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Features

  • 40 Lumen Brightness
  • 4 Full color LEDs
  • Great visibility at all speeds
  • Waterproof for use in all weather
  • 2 year warranty
  • For bikes and electric bikes
  • Fits 16″ and larger bicycle wheels (16, 18, 20, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 700c)
  • Durable solid rubber construction
  • Stainless steel anti-theft strap
  • Hub mounted battery keeps wheel balanced
  • 360° visibility
  • 5 themes included
  • Straps to spokes with vibration proof mount
  • Up to 60 hours runtime
  • 3 AA battery holder works with all standard and rechargeables

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Specifications

  • Warranty: 2 years. cosmetic variation in the rubber coating is normal.
  • Maximum speed: 65 km/h (40 mph)
  • Instruction Languages: AR DA DE EL EN ES FR ID HI IT JA KO NL NO PL PT RU SV TH TR ZH-S ZH-T
  • Light Size: 60 x 32 x 10mm
  • Light Weight: 22g
  • Battery Holder Size: 72 x 52 x 34mm
  • Battery Holder Weight: 55g without batteries
  • LED: 4 Full color, ultra bright LEDs
  • Brightness: up to 40 Lumen
  • Certifications: CE Mark, Lead free, EU ROHS compliant
  • Construction: fiber composite with solid rubber coating. ABS battery holder.
  • Waterproof: IP67
  • Made in California USA

What’s included

  • MonkeyLectric M204 Monkey Light bike wheel light
  • MonkeyLectric Hub mounted battery holder
  • 1 x Stainless steel antitheft straps
  • 6 x Cable ties for mounting
  • MonkeyLectric bike stickers
  • 22 language instructions

 

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