#6785 – Swift™ 500

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Sku: 6785

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Quick Overview

• Smooth 500 lumen beam pattern in an ultra compact and lightweight design
• Highly durable design made with fiberglass reinforced plastic
• Innovative Collimator Lens – optimizes your field of view
• Built-in, easy on and off handlebar strap mount
• 4 Light Levels plus 1 Daylight Flash Mode
• Fuel Gauge / Battery Level Indicator
• FL1 Standard IP64, dust and water-resistant
• Convenient USB rechargeable

Quantity

$34.99

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The NiteRider® Swift™ 500 delivers everyday reliable performance in an economical ultra compact head light. Sporting features like an easy on and off handlebar strap mount, low battery indicator and to top it off, it’s USB Rechargeable; making it the perfect light of choice for commuters and cycling enthusiasts.

Although small in size, make no mistake; the Swift™ 500 packs a big punch with a maximum light output of 500 lumens! Powered by an internal Lithium Ion battery, in Walk Mode, the Swift™ 500 can run for up to twenty-five hours before it needs a charge.

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WARRANTY

The Swift™ 500 is backed by NiteRider’s limited lifetime warranty that covers any defects in mechanical components
(housings, covers, mounts and fasteners) and LEDs.

SYSTEM INCLUDES

LED Head Light
Internal Li-Ion Battery
Built-in, Handlebar Mount
USB Charging Cable

SWIFT™ 500 HIGHLIGHTS

SWIFT™ 500 VIDEO USER GUIDE

SWIFT™ 500 USER GUIDE

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“The USB rechargeable light has an easy on-and-off rubber handlebar strap mount, three light modes, plus walk and DVF flash.”

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