This looks basic, but has neat practical features. The centre-pointed three-LED output gives decent coverage for middle ring single-tracking, although it lacks depth compared to HID lamps. With both small battery pouches linked up it runs for a fair time, and it has a dimmer cruising setting to conserve battery life.
The weatherproof glass-free head, locking cable connectors, ‘flash when connected’ battery life indicator, tiny pouch batteries and thermal regulator mean easy set-up and running. It’s light, though the broad head can be a fight to fit on higher rise bars. The single battery pack version is £250, and the single LED 1103 option costs £195.