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The Varia Headlight from Garmin is a compact waterproof bike headlight that can be used as stand-alone illumination or easily integrated into Edge cycling computer system via its integrated ANT+ wireless technology. As a stand-alone device, this light can operate in low and high modes, producing 600 lumens maximum. This headlight also features an internal rechargeable battery and a micro-USB charging port. Six hours of charging will provide enough power for 2.5 hours of uninterrupted performance.
Beyond this, this device is packed with additional features that integrate well with the Edge 1000 systems. For connection to the compatible Edge computers, the light has an integrated ANT+ wireless technology. When you pair this headlight with a compatible Edge device, you can take advantage of velocity-controlled beam projection. As you speed-up, this illumination system will adjust beam to project further. When you slow down, the beam projection will change to proximity illumination. The Edge computer will also sense the amount of light that surrounds you and automatically adjust output brightness. To help you avoid collisions with other cyclists that are traveling in opposite direction, this Varia device has a beam cut-off feature that will prevent the headlight from blinding them.
The housing is rated IPX7 for waterproofing and allows all-weather operation, which means that it can safely be used in rainy conditions and will withstand a temporary immersion in water. It can be easily and securely mounted to your bike via a built-in universal out-front mount. Also included is micro-USB charging cable.
Rectangular output window
Beam cut-off prevents blinding of oncoming cyclists
Low, high, on, off modes
With select Edge computers:
Velocity-dependent beam projection
Automatic output brightness control