Supernova M99 DY Pro Front Dynamo Light

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- High beam: 1000 lumen, 200 lux
- Low Beam: 700 lumen, 200 lux
- M99 Matrix reflector
- Light sensor for automated switching between daytime running lights and low beam
- Waterproof housing: IP67
- Cable length: 980 mm to dynamo, 1080 mm to rear light
- For 6V 3W standard hub dynamos
- Five minute standlight
- Supplies power to the rear Supernova light
- L x W x H: 38 x 78 x 50 mm
- Material: Anodised Aluminium
- Matt Black Housing
- Weight: 120 g without switch and cable
- Power supply cable & Tail light cable
- 5 year warranty
- Including magnetic high beam switch and switch mount

Please order correct bracket to suit your setup
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
brightest dynamo headlight,high and low beam
By graham marsdale
17 Aug 2023
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Conscosts the earth but you get what you pay for
Prosbrightest dynamo headlight,high and low beam,made to last
The 200 lux dynamo powered Supernova M99 Dy Pro is the brightest dynamo powered headlight in the world.Period.
as far as dynamo powered headlights are concerned The 200 lux dynamo powered Supernova M99 Dy Pro is state of the art.Its the world very first dynamo powered headlight to feature high beam and low beam.
the light distribution works exactly as a car or motorcycle headlight.autumn is coming when the high beam can be put to very good use on those foggy mornings and evenings..
its extremely well made from quality materials.
its built to last which explains why it has a no quibble 5 year guarantee.
with dynamo powered headlights this bright there simply is No need whatsoever for a battery powered headlight.
Questions & Answers (1)
Can I use this with a Sinewave Revolution?
15 Oct 2023
Yes you can, but only when the light is not in use, the draw from the light unit will consume the full output from the dynamo. SK 16/10/23