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Cygolite Expilion 700 Lumen USB Rechargeable Bicycle Headlight, Black, One Size

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  • Class leading 700 lumens, integrating industry's brightest Cree XM-L LED with optimized reflector for wider beam spread and greater distant throw
  • Quick-release Li-ion battery stick can be swapped on-the-fly for extended run times, charging & low battery indicator on button for easy reference
  • Steady Pulse alert w/ flashes while constantly lighting the path
  • Compact (140 g) , water resistant, & USB rechargeable with internal Li-Ion battery to eliminate cable clutter
  • Includes headlight, internal Li-Ion battery stick, USB charger, Lock-tite handlebar mount and helmet mount
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Product Description

The Expilion 700 sets the highest standard for one-piece lighting systems with class leading 700 lumens from a top-of-the-line Cree LED for flawless illumination on the road and trail. With helmet and handlebar mounting options included, avid riders get a light fit for both worlds. For trail rides, the convenient quick release battery stick can be swapped on the fly when your ride goes longer, ensuring you never get left in the dark. Road rides benefit from Cygolite new 2-in-1 Steady Pulse illumination that alerts motorists with flashes while constantly lighting your path. Convenient USB charging, run time flexibility with swappable batteries and super bright illumination on the road or trail make the Expilion 700 the choice for any avid rider that needs an all around light.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0090Q5CTY
  • Item model number: Expilion 700 USB
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,789 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Mounts easy and removes easy.
Joseph M.
Light is very bright and seems to be very well made.
Robert Jackson
Great light for mountain biking trails at night.
Ronald E. Jarvis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By muchsafer on August 14, 2012
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Just went for my first ride with my new cygolite Expilion 700, it was as good as my motorcycles low beam. I rode a 30 mile loop at twenty mph consisting of both road and bike trail and never lost sight of my path, in fact finished in the same time as I did when riding this same loop in the daylight. I used the 2in1 flash the entire distance and that is nowhere as bright as the high or boost settings on this light, but still not only saw the path but everything around me for the first time at night.The 2in1 flash mode is much better then my previous model cygolite milion 150, it provides a steady beam for riders safety and a flashing beam to get others attention all at the same time. This unit far outperforms any all in one light I have owned or even seen. I have already recommended it to my neighbor for his dirt bike that he often caught in the woods at night on, and will be recommending it to my hunting friends for their ATVs. As you can see I'm more then pleased with this purchase and have ordered another one for my son who often rides with me at night, great job Cygolite love the new handlebar bracket design update and the fore mentioned 2 in 1 strobe mode AWESOME.
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64 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Spork on October 18, 2012
I have owned two Expilions and both have failed me; and the fundamental design flaws seem to be repeated. What is really disappointing is: both were fantastic lights at first, but neither made it past 18 months (first one failed after six months). The problems: poor mount, electrical system not built to last, silly instance on using their USB cable for charging.

Problem with first light that appears on all Expilions: cheap mount. They don't seem to have improved this at all; the light rattles around in the mount. My first light actually fell to the ground when the base of the mount failed (snapped). Well these things happen and other reviews noted the failure. The customer service at Cygolite was excellent and they quickly mailed me a new, better version of the Expilion, with a supposedly improved mount. And in all fairness the new mount didn't "fail" exactly.

The new light was better, stronger, faster. But the mount was still lame. I had to super glue it to stop it from swiveling since no amount of screwing it down prevented this. The swivel is an intended benefit so you can angel the light when you turn, but if it swivels on its own that's no good. But the super glue worked and I didn't care, even though it rattled in its mount (again). Thats annoying and can't be good for the light.

Then the killer: electrical failure at 18 months. At first the battery would die quickly so I figured it was time for a new battery. Not unreasonable after a year of almost daily use. But after ordering a new battery from Cygolite and installing it, it turns out that after the four or five hours of charging: still dead in 30 minutes. I get the low battery warning, and the light starts to fade soon after. I commute to work in the dark every day... that simply won't do.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By RickJP on May 10, 2013
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I'm all about see and be seen. I run my lights even during the day. Needless to say, I've been toying with buying this light for a couple of months. When the price dropped to $89.00, I jumped at it. Mind you, I've owned an Expillion 250 for almost two years and I am extremely happy with it; have had no problems with it, except ripping out the USB cover once when it was new. I learned really quick that you peel it like a decal and twist it up, or down, to insert the cable. Be that as it may, I wanted a brighter light for my night training rides, because many South Florida drivers are painfully oblivious of cyclists and lack the ability to judge speed without a speedometer, and think they can either speed up to turn into a parking lot, or wait to the last minute to pull out of one, before you get there. When you average a speed of 22 mph that's just not the case.

At any rate, my light arrived yesterday (5/9/13). I was expecting the light to be almost three times brighter than my 250 and quickly realized it's not the case. See, the Expillion 250 has a narrower beam and concentrates the 250 lumens (on the high setting) on a spot that, at a distance of 30 feet, equals about 1/2 to 3/4 the width of a street lane. The Expillion 700 has a wider "hot spot" surrounded by a dimmer flood, which arguably would light up a larger patch of road. However, on "boost" mode, the Expillion 700 is only about 100 or so lumens brighter than the Expillion 250 on high mode. And the 250's run time on high is 3 hrs., vs 1.5 on the 700 on boost.

In all fairness, since the light only arrived yesterday, I'm going to wait until I do a night training ride, down the same dark stretch of road where I tested my 250, and see how the 700 performs.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Derk Diggler on April 12, 2013
First off, let me tell you I am very careful with all my equiment and have been commuting for over 20 years. I have gone throught countless lights over the years. That said, let's begin. I had a heavy Night Stick light that just gave out and was looking for something priced right, bright and light. I read the reviews, this light fit the bill. Ordered it, arrived quick as usual. Now, upon reading the reviews I was prepared for a bright quality light and was prepared for a faulty, eaily pulled out rubber USB cover. Well, mine was no exception. Carefully removing from package only to inspect for shipping issued, there it was, the USB cover. I looked at it, and decided to open it to see what all the fuss was. KAPOWW!!! It came out all the way. I was careful, barely touched it. The secret is the cover is based on the unit on the LEFT side. Remove from the right. We are taught to read from left to right, everything in the military starts on the left, and this light does not fall into that category.

At this point I considered my options, I knew from previous reviews it is not easily re inserted. I tried just sticking it back in...no go. I tried freezing the cover (it is very pliable rubber) to make it hard and shrink it, then re insert it into the whole, no go. I considered just cutting off the small tab which is attached to the cover and just using electrical tape to cover it as others had, but I commute every day, no way. I then reassessed the situation and went back to basics.

The body of the unit is two pieces attached by three philips head screws. The front half is aluminum (contains the light). The black body is plastic. To remove the philips screws you will need a micro screw driver set.
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