Gemini Titan 4000 OLED Headlight (Black) (4000 Lumens)

Gemini Titan 4000 OLED Headlight (Black)
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The Gemini Titan 4000 Headlight is by far the most powerful bike light in the Gemini arsenal. The Titan 4000 was inspired by endurance desert racing - to pack lots of power in a minimalist profile. Maximize your trail vision with a low-profile, center mounted design that's out of the way. The wireless remote lets you keep your hands securely on the grips, and can be paired to operate multiple Gemini lights simultaneously. Programmable brightness levels let you adjust the factory default modes (low-med-high) to any of ten brightness levels on the fly. Why does anyone need 4000 lumens? Well, no one really needs it, but 4000 lumen capability with 2 hours of battery life means that you can run the light at a lower power output of 400 lumens and get 23 hours of run time! For the ultra-endurance specialist, the ability to custom-program a brightness that matches your needed run time is unheard of. 


  • Recommended for Enduro and Downhill usage where precise line of sight is key
  • 6 Cree LED bulbs housed in a durable aluminum casing
  • High contrast OLED display shows mode functions and live countdown for available run time
  • 60Wh battery which can charge other devices via a USB port and features a power level display
  • Light modes easily changed using wireless remote
  • 3 light modes with 10 programmable brightness levels: low, medium, and high


  • Headlight
  • 4-Cell External Battery
  • Charger
  • Wireless Remote
  • Handlebar Mount
  • Silicone Mounting O-Rings

Brightness: 4000 Lumens
Battery Type: External, Rechargeable (USB C)
Run Time: 2 - 23 Hours
Beam Color: White
Color: Black
Weight: 350g (w/ Battery)

This product was added to our catalog on October 1, 2019