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Schmidt SON delux Disc Dynamo Front Hub - Black

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The SONdelux is the first hub dynamo generator specially designed to match with the requirements of modern LED headlights. SONdelux has received the German legal mark of conformity to be used together with the Edelux in all wheels of sizes from 16" up to 700c. SONdelux replaces the SON 20R, which is almost identical in construction. SON 20R had the legal conformity for 16" upto 20" wheels only. So now for nearly all applications SONdelux & Edelux are the ideal dynamo powered lighting system providing maximum illuminance at minimal physical effort.

The SONdelux works fine with other high-end LED-headlights, such as the Lumotec IQ Cyo by Busch & Müller, however without legal conformity in Germany. The model for disc brakes has a centerlock mount. The SONdelux is as robust as the SON 28 with the same high-quality finish. It is much smaller in size and more light weight (390g). So it is attractive even for elegant road bikes.

Warranty Period: 5 years
Included in delivery: Skewer and connectors for the headlight
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Is This The 12Mm Through Axle Version
06 Oct 2016
I understand that the 12mmthrough axle disc version is for fast roadbikes. is there a minimum recommended speed? this would be for a trek Domane in touring mode
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This is the quick release version, the 12mm bolt through option is SJSC part number 42289. There is no minimum speed technically, but the hub reaches 65% output at around 15km an hour which is more than enough power to successfully power most sets of dynamo lights at full brightness.