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AXA Spot Lights

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Product Description

The Spot is based on existing and proven techniques, but is very up to date because of its design. The headlight has a halogen bulb and generates 10 lux light output. A small housing of only 55 mm diameter makes sure the headlight looks slim and therefore very attractive for sportive bikes. The firm steel bracket is suitable for many road types.



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