Gemini Titan 2500 OLED Light Set
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The Titan 2500 OLED brings the same features from our flagship Titan 4000 OLED to a lower price point. Powering the Titan 2500 OLED is a brand new 30Wh 2-Cell Battery achieving 2 hours of runtime at maximum power.
The Titan's design ethos was inspired by endurance desert racing – to pack power in a minimalist profile. A low and wide footprint optimizes airflow over the aluminum chassis enabling for rapid cooling. With so much power available on tap, it's hard to grasp why you'd need anything more than this.
The Titan 2500 OLED features a high-contrast OLED display that provides live runtime remaining, battery information, and light modes.
A high contrast OLED display that provides live runtime remaining, battery information, and light modes.
30WH 2-CELL BATTERY
Up to 22 hours on a single charge. Two hours at the maximum 2500 lumens.
Onboard fuel gauge shows remaining battery charge.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
Keep your hands on your grips. Pair your remote to more than one Gemini Light and operate them simultaneously – handlebar and helmet combo. #OneRemote
*2020 Light models cannot be paired with 2019 and older models.
CHARGE YOUR OTHER USB DEVICES
Use the battery to charge your phone or other device via the USB-C port. Additional phone charging cable necessary.
Maximize your trail vision with a low-profile, center mounted design that's out of your way.
Brightness 2500 Lumens
Battery 30Wh 2-Cell Battery
Weight 130g Titan Light Head, 190g 2-Cell Battery
Modes Low / Med / High / Flash - All programmable to ten brightness levels
Material Hard Anodized Aluminum
Safety LED Thermal Protection, Charging Protection, Low Battery Warning
In the Box Titan Light Head
30Wh 2-Cell Battery
USB Charger 10W
USB Charging Cable
Built-in Handlebar Mount
High - 2500 Lumen - 2 hours
Med - 1250 Lumen - 4 hours 30 mins
Low - 250 Lumen - 22 hours
Factory default modes Low-Med-High can be adjusted to any of the ten brightness levels on-the-fly.