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Busch & Muller Lumotec Lyt B N Headlight for Hub Dynamos

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The starter model for the Lumotec Lyt B series with 15 lux light output. It has an excellent light field with coherently integrated lateral light emissions. The design is compact with an extremely robust housing. This model is for use with hub dynamos.

- Without standlight i.e. the light will go out when stationary
- Stainless steel mounting bracket is included
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Great product.
By Simon Price
05 Jun 2020
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone
ProsWell built, easy fit, works well.
Easy fit complete with a new lead. My bike has a lead casing to the hub terminals. I threaded the new lead down and clipped on the plug relatively easily. Four pins on the back of the light for the hub and the rear light. Much better led light compared to the old halogen one.
Questions & Answers (4)
The difference between two B&M lights...
By
25 Dec 2018
What's the difference between: 1. Busch & Muller Lumotec Lyt B N Headlight (SJS Cycles part number :?31935) and 2. the Plus version ( part number :?31936)
Hi there,

The main difference is that the Plus version has a stand light and the other doesn't. The plus has a design that allows the light to shine more laterally, allowing for more illumination of the road/track, but this difference wont be majorly noticeable.

Thanks.
Does this light have out puts for the rear dynamo light as well as inputs?
By
18 Sep 2018
There are 2 pairs of spades on the back of the light.

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Does this come with cables for connecting to hub?
By
19 Jun 2018
Yes the relevant wiring is included.

Thanks
Is This Version Switchable?
By
04 Apr 2015
Hi,

As this light is designed for use with a hub dynamo, it is indeed switchable.

Thanks.