Jet Lites Introduces the New Cordless F-Lite Series: F-1 to 2012 Lineup

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JetLites first entry into the cordless market is cleared for takeoff.  The first light in the new F-LITE Series is now available in limited quantities.  The F-1 is a spot that throws out 550 Lumens and weighs in at 180 grams.  There are three settings, High/Med/Emergency Low, with 1 hour 40 minutes run time on high.   The cordless F-1 is powered by the newest Panasonic Lithium Ion cells, boasting 3.1 Ah.  The battery is easily removed in the field and gives the rider the option of carrying a second battery to extend runtimes.  The charger is built to accommodate two batteries and has an optional 12v DC car adapter.  The F-LITE Series : F-1 is designed to fit all current mounting systems from JetLites and other mounting systems such as picatinny rail mounts will be available in the future.  A complete system comes with F-1, one Panasonic cell, helmet mount, and charger and is priced at $179.

Check out the F-LITE Series: F-1 in the 2012 MTBR LED Shootout.  JetLites is an 11-time winner of the MTBR.com Choice Award for lights and prides itself on excellent customer service and quality products.

Source: Laning Andrews

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  • Steve says:

    Whooh. Removable lithium-ion batteries. Sounds sketchy!
    I heard Lezyne is losing distribution because of their removable lithium ion batteries are a safety liability.

  • Brian says:

    Steve, where’s the safety issue with lithium batteries? I’ve been using them for years, and the newer protected ones from Callie Kustom are more safe than ever. And at $16 apiece they’re a hell of a lot cheaper than Cygolite’s or Serfas’ extra batteries. I have the Lezyne superdrive, and other than the fact that the light level drops as the battery juice runs down, it’s a thing of beauty. Nice beam pattern, brighter by a hair (at least to my eyes) than the Expilion 500 I picked up.

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