Trek’s All-New Commuter Lights

Trek's All-New Commuter Lights

Trek’s all-new commuter lights were announced this morning. The lights are designed to not blind other cyclists with a technology they call Kindbeam. That’s a cutoff beam design that keeps the light on the path and out of the eyes of oncoming riders.

Trek’s all-new commuter light ships in two versions. The Commuter Pro RT and the Commuter Comp R.

Trek's All-New Commuter Lights
Trek’s All-New Commuter Lights

The RT is the most featured packed and pairs with the Flare RT rear light for control and battery levels. The high beam is capable of a 1000 lumen output. It’ll also charge your phone with a USB-C port. Here’s a walkthrough. The combo pack of the Commuter Pro RT and Flare RT sells for $209.99.

The lower priced Commuter Comp R set ($109.99) also offers Kindbeam without the connectivity. If it’s within your budget, I’d suggest getting the Pro RT.

Trek’s All-New Commuter Lights Product details

  • See and be-seen light set for everything you need to ride with lights every ride, day or night.
  • Commuter Pro RT with Kindbeam keeps light on the ground ahead of you and out of oncoming riders’ eyes.
  • Flare RT provides ultimate visibility for any road, city, or path
  • Specifically designed focus, flash, and range flash patterns for daytime visibility for up to 2km.
  • Commuter Pro modes: high 1000LM — 1.5hrs, low 500LM — 3hrs, day flash 300 LM — 12hrs
  •  Flare RT Flash modes: 90LM — 6hrs, 45LM — 12hrs, 5LM —
  • 15hrs, Steady modes: 25LM — 4.5hrs, 5LM — 13.5hrs
  • Blendr-compatible for integrated mounting on compatible Blendr stems, helmets, and helmet mounts
  • USB-rechargeable with included USB-C and micro USB cable

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