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SON E6-B Brompton Dynamo Headlamp with Black Reflector Rim Includes 36 cm Cable and 3w Bulb

£54.99 Please note this product has selling restrictions to your country. was
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Without bracket. Needs a special bracket (our part # 11620). This headlamp is no smaller in diameter than the standard E6, the difference is the length of the cable and the spades are already fitted on. 90g
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Can I use this with a wired taillight?
25 Jul 2020
Hi SJS, can this headlight be connected to a taillight? Do I have to use the 2.4 watt bulb for the wired taillight?
Yes it can be connected to a rear taillight- if its halogen it needs to be a 0.6 W bulb. Alternatively all of the SON rear taillights work great as well!
Hello SJS-Cycles
08 Nov 2019
Hello SJS-Cycles, do you ship this great headlamp to germany and how much does it costs totally ? Thank you, Stefan
Hi yes, shipping is £8.50 International Tracked service. Total £63.49. Thanks 11/11/2019
Where is your location
19 Oct 2019
I am coming to London by Nov 16 to Nov 23, 2019. Is it possible to pick.up the dynamo lights in London?

91-93 St John Street
Somerset TA6 5HX

Thanks - 21/10/19
Connection for rear lamp
04 Nov 2018
How does the Brompton rear light connect to this? My current Busch light has another pair of connectors emerging from it which connect the rear loom.

Thank you for your enquiry. This light has a plug point for the rear cable just behind the exit point of the front cable on the silver bracket piece, also included is a ring terminal so you will need to remove one of your existing connectors & fix this terminal instead. The set up will then be one spade connector that plugs into the light & then the ring terminal that is fixed to the bolt through the light & acts as the earth point.

Kind Regards 05/11/18