- Hope District+ Rear Light - Includes Splitter Cable
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Hope District+ Rear Light - Includes Splitter Cable
Hope District+ Rear Light - Includes Splitter Cable
Re-developed to reflect the advancements in red LED technology since its initial release in 2010. The LEDs have been upgraded to Osram’s high efficiency Oslon LEDs, as used in the rear light modules at the high performance end of the automotive industry.
Top Features of the Hope District+ Rear Light - Includes Splitter Cable
- Designed, tested and CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England.
- Light Source: 3 x Osram Oslon LEDs.
- Light Output: 105 measured lumens, 135 generated lumens.
- Power levels: 6 (3 x static, 3 x flash).
- Battery: 7.4v Li-Ion. Compatible with both 2600mAh and 5200mAh battery packs, plus ‘piggy-back’ option via the included splitter cable.
- Burn time: 15 hrs – 200 hrs.
- Charge Time: 3 hours (for 2600mAh Li-Ion battery pack from a fully discharged state).
- Beam: 270 deg visibility.
- Mounting: QR Bayonet seatpost mount.
- Weight: 155g, with splitter cable.
- Does not include battery
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This lamp can maintain the high brightness of the original District lamp whilst increasing the run time with the 2600mAh battery to up to 200 hours. The lamp now features six power levels, three static and three flash settings.
The battery can be mounted either at the front of the bike as usual with the splitter taking power to the rear light, or vice versa with the battery running under the saddle or on the seatpost, thus leaving your bars that little bit more clutter free.
The lamp (even on max setting) takes minimal power from the battery, only affecting burn times by 6-20 minutes depending on mode used. The neat QR bayonet fitting securely attaches the lamp to the mount and releases quickly and easily to allow speedy removal from the bike when not in use.
Whether you use the light on the road or off the road, during the day or during the night - you’re sure to be safe in the knowledge that you’re doing as much as you can to stay visible from behind.
About Rear Lights
Almost all bicycle rear lights use LEDs instead of filament bulbs as they are more reliable and use much less battery power, whilst also offering much higher levels of brightness. Used in flashing mode, they are very good at attracting attention from other road users. It's advisable to use at least two rear bike lights, a common configuration is one flashing and one in constant, this is highly advisable just in case one stops or becomes obscured.
In order to cycle on the road it may be a legal requirement in your country to use a light certified to a specific standard or an international equivalent. Most but not all lights sold on Wiggle are certified and labelled with a European CEN standard. Please check your country’s requirements to see if this is sufficient and if necessary contact the manufacturer to see if this light has been additionally certified for your country. Strangely some of the very best lights are not legal on their own and should be used with an additional legal backup light.
About the Hope brand
Hope are makers of CNC precision cycling components such as braking systems and accessories, hubs, bottom brackets, wheelsets, lights, stems, headsets, quick releases, tools and cycle clothing and merchandise. Hope has for many years sponsored many of the World Cup teams in downhill and cross-country. Their own team has become a formidable force in the United Kingdom and on the World Cup scene, allowing them to test their bicycle parts at the highest level. Hope is a company working at the leading edge of engineering technology, they use the most advanced materials and computer aided design techniques to produce bicycle components of unrivalled quality. At Hope, they have always maintained that their people are their most valuable asset and so they invest heavily in training to ensure that they all add to their knowledge, learn new skills and keep abreast of relevant developments. Product development and improvement is part of their business philosophy, and with their commitment to technical excellence Hope will continue to produce cycling products of unrivalled quality and value for money.
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Product Q & A
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However I have just bought a new bike with an aero seat post and the bracket will not fit.
The Hope website says that they now have an aero post bracket available. When will wiggle be stocking these please...?
Our apologies for the delays this may cause.
If I wanted would it be possible to power this light as a standalone light using the 2600 mAh pack from the R4 pack?
It seems a cheaper option than buying the District with its battery and I may want to run a different front light from time to time
Your specification for the R4 does not give the Voltage only the capacity
"Both those batteries will work with either the R4 and District Rear light. One battery is 4 cell and the other is 2 cell, basically one will run twice as long."
I hope this helps.
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