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    26 January 2012
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 Oakley Jawbreaker Replacement Photochromic Lens
Oakley Jawbreaker Replacement Photochromic Lens
Upgrade your Jawbreakers to photochromic lenses to help deal with changeable conditions. For ultimate versatility, the photochromic lens adjusts the amount of light they let in based on the light conditions.
 

How do photochromic lenses compare with low light Prizm lenses?

I'm looking for some lenses to go in my Jawbreaker frames for winter road cycling during the day. I was thinking of getting the photochromic lenses, but since noticed that you can get low light Prizm lenses. Anyone have experience of these two different lenses, and any advice on which will best suit my winter cycling needs?
9 months ago
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Gimpson
London
 
 Moon X-Power 1500 Rechargeable Front Light
Moon X-Power 1500 Rechargeable Front Light
The X-Power 1500 is a high powered front light which generates 1500 lumens of light output. Comes supplied with a fully rechargeable external Li-ion battery pack.
 

Should the blue LED on the power switch remain on when the battery is disconnected?

This may well be a silly question, but should the blue LED on the power switch remain on when the battery is connected but the light switched off? It does make it useful to find the light switch when its dark, but I wonder how quickly it will drain the battery? For example, should I be disconnecting the battery from the light each evening to prevent necessary charging? I am guessing that the current draw of the blue LED is so low it's insignificant, but it would be good to have this confirmed.
8 years, 5 months ago
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