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Baja Designs Introduces New Strykr 2 inch LED Adventure Light

Darkness got you down? Strike back with the Strykr™!

San Marcos, CA – The leader in off-road lighting is at it again with the introduction of the Strykr 2” LED Adventure Light. The Strykr’s 700 lumens and long li-ion battery life guarantees that darkness won’t hold you back. With tool-less mounting options for mc/bike helmets and mc/bike handlebars, a head strap, and a hand strap, the Strykr is the most versatile adventure light available. Baja Designs also includes both spot and wide light patterns that have been developed by racers to put light exactly where you need it. Add a lifetime warranty that covers the light for as long as you own it and this is truly the last light you’ll ever need to buy!

Featuring Mil Spec construction, the Strykr is as durable as it looks. It was designed to survive both our troops serving in the Middle East and the most serious off-road racers. Oh, did we mention that the whole system is also waterproof to 33ft (10m)? At only 520 grams the system is also incredibly lightweight. It offers 3 levels of brightness and a strobe mode. The battery burn time ranges from 3 hours on high brightness to 24 hrs in strobe mode with a very visible green/yellow/red battery indicator level around the conveniently located switch. Of course, the switch is easily operated even with gloves on..

“The LED light output is amazing. It was bright and constant. No HID Flicker which is common with other systems. The light pattern was wide yet had good range.”

– Robert Sandoval (unpaid testimonial – test rider)

The Strykr is a do-it-all light that won’t break the bank and might just be the last light you’ll need! Before you head out on your next adventure check out the Baja Designs Strykr and strike back at darkness!

MSRP: $299.95

Baja Designs is a leading manufacturer and marketer of high-quality aftermarket lighting systems and adventure products for the off-road industry. Headquarters are located in San Marcos, California.

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