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light and motion trade in upgrade bike bicycle lights night riding nite rider flux seca arc led halogen hid promotion special discountLight & Motion is giving trade-up credit for your old systems, or you can upgrade from their ARC to the new LED Seca lights.

Through Dec. 31, 2008, they’ll take your your old Niterider, Cateye, Cygo-lite and Blackburn systems—any rechargeable light system—working or not; and give you a credit of up to $50 toward the purchase of a new Light & Motion LED light system.

Seca Trade-In Promo
Receive a $50 credit toward any new purchase of any Seca 700 Race, Seca 700 Ultra or Seca 400 light system!

Stella Trade-In Promo
Receive a $40 credit toward the purchase of a Stella 200L light system!

For more details, download the PDF flyer and call Light & Motion or your local Light & Motion dealer today (find your local dealer by clicking here). Light & Motion’s inside sales team is available between 8:00 and 5:00 (PST) Monday through Friday at (831) 645-1538 or via email at bikesales@lightandmotion.com.

Read “more” to see how you can updgrade your ARC to a SECA for a special deal…


ARC to Seca Upgrade for Current Light & Motion Customers

One of the most common questions we’ve received since we launched Seca is; “Can I upgrade my current ARC system to work with Seca?” We’re happy to say that the answer is a resounding, “Yes!”

Because Light & Motion systems are largely backward compatible, you can simply buy a new Seca 700 or 400 light head and it will work with any of your ARC’s batteries and charger! Not only will you receive a bump in run time, but you’ll get all of the reliability and increased power that the new Seca LED systems offer.

Seca 700 Upgrade (light head only): $269 MSRP
Seca 400 Upgrade (light head only): $199 MSRP

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15 years ago

That is interesting, but where can I buy it online?

Ole from Norway

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