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'Piko' twin LED light released with new bike mounting bracket

Lupine releases world’s smallest LED headlamp?

Lupine has released its smallest ever twin LED light, which can be used as a helmet or bike mounted light.

Branded the Piko, which translates as ‘very small’, the light is only 77 x 44 x 27mm (length x width x height) and weighs 180g. It runs for two and a half hours on the high setting.

The Piko light has been developed using LED and lens technology which can be found in higher specification Wilma and Betty lights.

Lupine has also developed a new bike mounted bracket, enabling the light to be centrally mounted in front of the handlebar stem plate.

Lupine lights are available in the UK through Zyro.

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