Hope’s R8 Vision LED Front Light is easily attached to your bike’s frame with a quick-bayonet fitting handlebar mount and easily connected, rugged battery pack. The light utilises eight Cree XP-G2 LEDs which spread the light output and provide a wide beam of light output allowing you to see every detail of your surroundings. The light comes with 6 different light modes, providing different power outages, with a large volume battery pack that provides up to 2 hours of battery life in full power mode.
Weighing just 426g this is one of the lightest and smallest headlamps of this calibre on the market. Power Modes Instead of the switching between different kinds of light modes the R4+ lets you easily set the level of battery you’d like to use with 6 different power options. The light comes with an illuminated power switch making choosing between the right modes even easier. Mounting The light comes with easy to install mounts including a quick bayonet fitting handlebar mount plus a helmet mount and a head harness.
Hope R2 Led Vision Epic Front LightA super bright light with two Cree LEDs and up to 1300 lumens of light output with a backlit switch which makes controlling the light easier than ever even in the darkest of environments. The light is powered by a 4 cell Es battery pack which powers the battery up to 60 hours. For mounting the light the R2 comes with bayonet fitting handlebar mount, which works with most frames, a helmet mount and head harness.In the BoxR2 LED light head4 cell ES battery packBayonet fitting handlebar mountHelmet mountHead harness1m extension cableFeatures2 x Cree LEDsUp to 1300 lumens output6 different light outputs3200mAh rechargeable lithium-ion batteryUp to 60 hours of battery lifeBattery light indicatorColoured backlit switchWeighs 348gBuy Hope Lights from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.
Hope R8+ Vision LED Front LightHope R8 Vision LED Front LightThe flagship light from Hope's range producing up 4000 lumens on max power via eight Cree LED’s. Featuring two power sequences, each with three light levels allows users to maximise power or burntime. Turns night into day.Features:4000 lumens (3000 measured)Custom optics blend 4 x spot, 2 x diffused, and 2 x elliptical lensesTwo power sequences, each with three light levels allows uses to maximise power or burntimeVisual indication of power levels via illuminated switchSupplied with 6 cell ES (Energy Status) batteryQuick release bayonet fitting handlebar mount1 hour burntime on full powerEight Cree LEDsIntegrated thermal throttling prevents overheatingLamp weighs 180gTotal system weighs 690gBuy Hope Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.
Hope R2 Vision LED Front LightThe R2 light is a lightweight, powerful complete package ideal for on the bike or on your head. Features: Produces 1300 lumens (1000 measured) 6 different power settings Includes bayonet fitting handlebar mount, helmet mount, head harness and 1m extension cable 3200mAh rechargeable Li-Lon battery 1 hour-30 hours burn time (Using 2 cell battery) 2 powerful Cree LEDs Coloured backlit switch indicates which power setting is being used ES (Energy status) battery uses an integrated power level button so no more guessing Weight: 298g (Headlamp unit and 2 cell battery)Buy Hope Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.
Hope R4+ Vision Lightweight LED Front LightThe Hope R4+ Vision Lightweight LED Front Light is a powerful front light that will guide you through your favourite trails in the darker hours of the day and keep you visually seen when it comes to riding through busy towns and cities.The new 'lightweight' option includes the smaller 2600mAh (2 cell) Li-Ion battery which offers half the burn times of the 5200mAh (Epic) battery for shorter duration activities, although it is worth noting that the 2600mAh battery will now provide over 25 hours of light in the new low mode.Features1000 lumens - 2000 lumens (1500 measured) 6 different power settings2600mAh (2 cell) Li-Ion batteryBurn time 1.15 hours to 50.00 hours depending on setting4 x Cree LEDsCNC machined aluminium QR bayonet mount for handlebar, helmet or headBuy Hope Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.
In this study guide we narrate and analyse all 15 poems in the the AQA Power and Conflict poetry anthology to prepare those who are studying for their English Literature GCSE. Written by Rebecca Kleanthous, an English teacher and an examiner who specialises in poetry, this series will enable you to understand all the themes and ideas across the poems, analyses the techniques used by the poets, including language and structure and provides suitable comparisons with other poems within the cluster. Additionally, there are two additional chapters, one analysing poetic techniques and another on exam techniques. The 15 poems in the anthology are: Percy Bysshe Shelley - Ozymandias William Blake - London William Wordsworth - The Prelude: stealing the boat Robert Browning - My Last Duchess Alfred Lord Tennyson - The Charge of the Light Brigade Wilfred Owen - Exposure Seamus Heaney - Storm on the Island Ted Hughes - Bayonet Charge Simon Armitage - Remains Jane Weir - Poppies Carol Ann Duffy - War Photographer Imtiaz Dharker - Tissue Carol Rumens - The émigree Beatrice Garland - Kamikaze John Agard - Checking Out Me History 1. Language: English. Narrator: Penny Andrews, Andrew Cresswell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adpi/000011/bk_adpi_000011_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Gunsmiths in early 19th-century America were helped along by noted artisans from Germany, Switzerland, and other European powers, but despite advances made in the European and American musket, the requirement of an exterior spark and percussion to ignite powder for a single-shot discharge remained the paradigm. Similarly, the era was unable to move past the cumbersome weapon that required at least half a minute to reload. The military compensation for such an ungainly and vulnerable process was the alternation of troop lines, in which one fired while the other reloaded from behind. Effective as that was in laying down constant fire and simultaneous reloading, the force as a whole was disabled by a large fraction, and the reloading soldiers were vulnerable to saber attacks on horseback as well.From the bayonet of 1620 to the emergence of repeating firearms in the American Civil War, sometimes referred to as the "first truly modern war," military procedures remained largely the same, based on entrenched European customs. Napoleonic tactics were taught as mainstream at the military academies, and the musket remained in a stagnant state of evolution, but even the most tradition-bound army command was forced to give way at some point to a generation of scientist-inventors, civilian manufacturing centers, and entrepreneurs born during the Industrial Revolution. The old guard dug in its heels, and even well past the Civil War, new technologies were met with stiff resistance. High-ranking officers, drawn from the ranks of martial families steeped in the War of 1812, fended off the new scientific engineering and what they considered the waste of random firing.However, the realities of American expansionism, population redistribution, a labor movement unwilling to cede its members well-being, and the rise of the factory became impossible to ignore. The driving forces behind modern light weaponry were new disciples of mass production, interchangeable parts, 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/165590/bk_acx0_165590_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Tying in with the centenary of WWI, this features 100 objects connected to the conflict, which shed new light on and tell new stories about the tragedy and triumph of the age. From the German Pickelhaube to the 'Butcher' bayonet, a soldier's Christmas gift, death card and many more