5072N

LightSpur LED Foot Light

USD 19.99 19.99
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Features & Benefits

Whether running or biking, having this secure and lightweight LED spur will help you stay seen and safe. Powered by replaceable watch batteries that offer 40+ hours of illumination.


  • Quickly and securely attaches to heel of your shoe
  • Super lightweight so you don't feel a thing
  • Multi-settings for high visibility and added safety
  • Weather-resistant so you can run longer in any conditions

Specs

  • LED: Two LED's, 5+ max lumens
  • Battery: 2 x 3V Lithium 2032 - Replaceable Coin Style Battery
  • Burn Time: STEADY ON - 20+ hrs; STROBE - 40+ hrs
  • Water Resistance: IPX3 - Weather resistant


Usage Instructions

  • Press and hold power button for 2-3 seconds to turn on.
  • Press again to switch between steady and strobe modes.
  • Press and hold power button for 2-3 seconds to turn off.
LightSpur LED Foot Light is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lack of Documentation I just bought two units for early morning running in the dark. The units look great, but I was curios as to how to change the batteries. It looks like I have to take out 8 screws on each unit...but I'm not sure since perhaps one of the plastic panels on the side secretly slides off. I was disappointed to find no documentation on changing the battery...in the packaging...on the Nathan site...or elsewhere on the internet. If the documentation does exist, it is certainly not easy to find...and should be. With this poor support, I'm not in any hurry to buy another Nathan product.
Date published: 2018-08-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Falls off I ran with this for about six months, a total of 50 miles. It is bright and very visible. Unfortunately, it falls off. I found myself checking my foot every half mile or so. Usually I caught it before it fell off and was able to push it back on. Sometimes I had to go back and get it. Last week it fell off and was lost. It’s strange to be relieved to have lost something.
Date published: 2018-09-05
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