The Pixel is a two-in-one light that can be either red or white. It offers complete flexibility and can be used on your bike as a front or rear light, or mounted to your bag, helmet or even arm for walking and running.
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- Two year warranty
- Everything included to start enjoying your Pixel
Attach your Pixel anywhere
The velcro strap and multi-mount that comes with your Pixel lets you attach it to helmets, bags, and even directly to your body.
- Two Colours Front and Rear Light
- Attach anywhere Multifunctional clip
- Battery life Up to 10 hours on a single charge
- Waterproof IP54 waterproof
- USB Charge 100% in 1h 30m
- POWER SAVE MODE 2h of light at 85% depletion
- MODES Steady and Heartbeat Flashing (White and Red)
- CASING Sealed polymer construction
- POWER CHECK Your power level, one click away
- LIGHTWEIGHT Only 18 grams
- In the Box Pixel · Multi-Mount · Silicone Strap · Velcro Multi-Strap · Micro USB Charging Cable
- Dimensions L: 48 mm · W: 32 mm · H: 15 mm
|White Bright Steady||5 hours|
|White Heartbeat||10 hours|
|Red Bright Steady||5 hours|
|Red Heartbeat||10 hours|
Cycling Weekly gives Pixel 9/10
"The Pixel from Beryl is great for city use. For me this is the perfect light to get me home from the station or post-race when my commute is well lit and I don't want to carry massive lights." - Symon Lewis for Cycling Weekly
Next-generation COB technology
Pixel uses the latest Chip-On-Board lighting technology to deliver a lightweight, small light that can function as both a red and white light, at just the touch of a button.
Is the Pixel red or white?The Pixel can be either red or white. Press the light once, it's white. Press it again, it's red.
What modes does Pixel have?Pixel has solid modes for both the red and white light modes, as well as a heartbeat mode for both colours.
How do I attach it to my helmet?Using the Pixel mount and the velcro strap which is provided, you can attach it to your helmet. Always ensure that the buckle is outside the helmet. Consult our Quickstart Guide if you need any guidance on attaching your Pixel to a helmet.