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Cygolite Metro 360 USB Bicycle Headlight

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  • Super bright 4 watt - 360 lumens 2nd generation Cree X Lamp LED, Custom TIR optics for cycling, side illumination ports for added visibility
  • Steady Pulse mode: alerts motorists with pulses while lighting the path at night, DayLightning mode :lightning-like flashes demand attention in the day
  • 6 light modes: Medium > High > Low > Steady Pulse > DayLightning > Walking; Lasts up to 10 hours on a single charge
  • Compact (110 g), water resistant and USB rechargeable with internal Li-Ion battery that saves cost of replacement batteries
  • Includes headlight, USB charging cable and Lock-tite handlebar mount
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Product Description

Upgraded for 2014, the Metro 360 features 6 modes, new custom TIR optics and increased output that lights up the demanding roads with its powerful 360 lumen 4 watt LED. Recharge conveniently through a USB port to save you the cost of replacing batteries ride after ride. New 24/7 Safety Technology features night and day specific modes for added safety: 2-in-1 Steady Pulse illumination alerts motorists with flashes while constantly lighting your path while new DayLightning mode boosts 500 lumens of lightning like flashes to demand motorist's attention during the day. Compact, rechargeable and super bright, the Metro 360 is geared for any commute.

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  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00E1NQ4P2
  • Item model number: Metro 360 USB
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,205 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy on October 16, 2013
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This is my second Cygolite headlight. I purchased a Cygolite Metro 420 this spring, and it's performed so well that I decided to buy another which I could mount on my helmet or use on my wife's bike. Unfortunately, the 420 has been discontinued, so I decided to try the 360; in practice the lights have proven to be *very* similar (which I'll get back to later).

The Metro 360 is a very, very bright light. Since I typically ride where there are street lights, I find the medium setting to be totally adequate for most of my uses. The full brightness mode is really overkill if you have any ambient light, and I save it for completely unlit areas to conserve battery power.

Despite its brightness, the lumen ratings on these things should be taken with a grain of salt; I can compare the "bright" mode of this light to a (nominally) 200 lumen flashlight and it's really not discernibly brighter than the torch.

I find the beam pattern quite appropriate for bicycle mounting - it's wide enough to cover a reasonable chunk of the road ahead when mounted on the handlebars. With a single light I feel comfortable riding up to about 15 mph in the dark, but I wouldn't go much faster than that for fear of not being able to avoid unseen obstacles. For higher speeds I use one light on the bike and one on my helmet, and I can target the latter on the fly as needed (no helmet mount is included, though; I have rigged up my own solution as I await receipt of the official CygoLite Helmet Mount for ExpiliOn).

Recharging is simple - use any USB port.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Bike Light Fanatic on October 6, 2013
This fall I reviewed over a dozen bike lights ([...] and this one had the best overall value for its cost out of all of them. For about $55, the Metro 360 has one of the best battery runtimes, a unique steady-flash mode that is great for commuters, USB charging, and plenty of light output for most rides on roads and even paths. No other light in this price range had such a good combination of brightness, battery life, and quality.

The Metro 360 is also available in a combination pack with the Cygolite Hotshot, the top pick from last year's tail light review ([...] This combo pack is likely the best combination for the price if you're looking for reliable, high-quality lights that aren't too expensive.

Note: The light I reviewed was provided as a free review unit by the manufacturer, as with most of the 30+ lights I've reviewed.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sitruss on April 19, 2015
The good: The light itself is great, holds a good charge and is more than bright enough for me.

The not good: The mounting bracket is a pile of bad design choices. Look at my photo and you'll see a noticeable gap on the mounting ring. This has an elliptical shape that, while improving the width of bars it can fit, essentially makes the light useless in any scenario involving water since the water will get in there immediately and lubricate the mount so that it slips and faces the ground, an infuriating thing to deal with on a commute. EVERY other mount I've ever used avoided this problem, there's really no excuse. Thankfully this can be addressed by adding some foam or rubber to fill in the gap, but it shouldn't be needed.

Secondly, why on earth would you make the mounting bracket hand tightened? Think about this from a use perspective: the light itself has a quick release, so you aren't going to be taking the bracket on and off constantly... you'll leave it on the bike. So why then, would you make something that is ALREADY slip prone even worse by making it incompatible with a simple tool? An incomprehensibly bad design choice.

Third, the part where the light attaches swivels freely, so you have an additional point of failure to worry about! It likes to get loose and does a great job at pointing the light away from where you need it.

In summary, the light is worth your money if you are an occasional fair weather cyclist (again, the light itself is just fine), but if you do anything in less than ideal weather or rumbly terrain (even in the city) I would think carefully about the points I mention above. Every complaint I have is tied to needless design overcomplication of the mounting bracket.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ray Y. on July 30, 2014
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The BAD: Mounting Bracket

I really wanted to like this light. I couldn't wait to receive it. But when I did, I was disappointed when I realized that the bracket was too big. The bracket has a lot of potential. It was just too big for my handlebar. You would think that a company that makes products for bikes would design their mounting brackets to fit the various diameter sizes of handlebars.

The light came with extra pieces for the bracket to fit smaller handlebars but even with those attached, it was still too big. There is also a small piece of rubber, with a double sided mounting tape that came loose within 1min of attaching it. This little rubber made no difference. Maybe it's included to prevent scratching the handlebar or for friction purposes? But it's just too small to make any difference.

When I ordered the the Metro 360, I also ordered the Vision 1 by Magnus Innovation for my wife (read my review on the product page). The bracket that came with the Vision 1 is simply amazing. It came with 2 rubber inserts, 1 small and 1 big. I took the big rubber insert and used it with the Metro 360 bracket and now it fits my bike perfectly. I went for a ride last night, and the light is solid. Did not move or shift at all.

I read various Metro reviews, not just the 360, and some also experienced the bracket being too big. They either used layers of friction tape around the handlebar so the bracket would mount or just simply mounted it where the grip is. But all you need is a rubber insert. Shop around for a "Universal Bicycle Bike Mount Holder Adapter Clip Clamp Fit for Flashlight Torch". It's about $2.60 and comes with a small and big rubber insert. If only the Metro line brackets came with these rubber inserts.
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