Let's see what they say at UK bikeradar : If you’re running out of bar space now winter’s here and lights must be deployed, look at this little unit. It’s a bike computer with integrated front light, called the Raptor II. Its little brother the Raptor I is the same unit but without a light, and is part of a family of products that includes the high-power Rover bike light.
The Raptor II is aimed squarely at commuters and leisure riders, and has a claimed run-time of three hours on full beam, six hours on low beam, or 12 hours on flashing lights. Switch the front light off and run-time goes up to 215 hours. There’s no GPS, but thanks to the magic of magnets it’ll track speed, cadence, distance, riding time, clock (oh yes) and calories.
£TBC / $139 / AU$TBC