Other Sellers on Amazon
Add to Cart
& FREE Shipping. Details
Sold by: Brands Cycle and Fitness
Add to Cart
+ Free Shipping
Sold by: Bike A Mile
Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
  • NiteRider Lumina 350 Wireless / USB Rechargable Headlight
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
  • To view this video download Flash Player

NiteRider Lumina 350 Light

List Price: $89.99
Price: $69.00 & FREE Shipping. Details
You Save: $20.99 (23%)
Only 12 left in stock.
Sold by University Gear & Travel and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.
One Color
One Size
  • System Includes: LED headlamp with internal Li-Ion battery, handlebar mount and 4.5 hour charger
  • Run Time: 2 hours on High (350 lumens), 4 hours on Medium (200 lumens), 6 hours on Low (120 lumens) and 21 hours on Walk (00 lumens)
  • One piece modular design with 4 light levels and flash mode
  • Wireless and USB rechargeable
  • Offers less overall mass than its predecessor for a noticeably smaller and lighter package
13 new from $64.40

Holiday Deals on Bikes & Cycling Gear
Discover great savings on kids' bikes, adult bikes, accessories, bike clothing, and more on the Outdoor Gear holiday deals page. Shop now.

Frequently Bought Together

NiteRider Lumina 350 Wireless / USB Rechargable Headlight + Portland Design Works Danger Zone Tail Light
Price for both: $89.21

Buy the selected items together

Product Description

NiteRider introduces the Lumina as the everyday, rough-road lighting solution in its highly popular cordless series. Whether you're commuting in the city or riding trails at dusk, the Lumina 350 Light has a lumen output to will keep your path illuminated and make others aware of your presence. The newest light from NiteRider, the Lumina is smaller and lighter than lights with external batteries. The battery and light are housed together in a self-contained Black and Silver body that saves weight by eliminating extra cords and straps. With the same power output as other NiteRider 350 lumen lights, the Lumina casts a broad beam to light up potholes or any other unseen hazard along the way. The light has four solid light levels -- high, medium, low, and walk, plus a flash mode that lets you adjust the brightness during your ride. Depending on your setting, the light will last two hours at 350 lumens, four hours at 200 lumens, six hours at 125 lumens, and 21 hours at 30 lumens. The single-piece construction of the Lumina 350 not only looks fabulous, but to avoid a mid-ride blackout, it also protects the battery from volatile weather. The newly designed handlebar mount also adds to its versatility. The quick-release mount holds securely in any riding condition and accommodates bars up to 31.8mm in diameter. The NiteRider Lumina 350 Light comes with a USB charger and takes about 4.5 hours to reach a full-charge. The entire assembly weighs in around 172 grams.

Product Details

Color: One Color | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 3 inches ; 9.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: NiteRider
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,040 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  •  Would you like to give feedback on images?

Customer Reviews

This light is VERY bright!
Cons: Not really too much of a problem, but it would have been nice if a USB wall adapter was included, like an ipod charger deal.
It makes me wonder just how much better the 500 lumen version is.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 27, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: One Size
**UPDATE 10-28-2012**
Unfortunately, two months later, I have to dock a star from this product. This bums me out but it seems people are reading my review and therefore I am compelled to report this followup. I'm docking a star because I have had both of my lights fall off for a total of three times while riding. My 350 hit hard enough to break half of the mounting rail/slot. Now, at first I chalked this up to my error (not snapping it into place) or perhaps my brake line was interfering with the dismount tab. BUT I recently spoke to a friend who bought a 350 on my recommendation and he says the same thing happened to him --coincidentally his fell off three times as well. We agreed that very bumpy asphalt roads (and one very hard brake in my case) were common to our experience and when you inspect the dismount tab, note how very little force is required to push it down for light removal. It's not unlikely that extreme bumps might have caused the release tab to shake just enough for both of our lights to fall off. Perhaps it's a combo of extreme bumps and braking (as one does on bumps) so the light jiggles and simultaneously moves forward due to the bike itself slowing down.

Now, consider that this happened three times to me out of two months worth of use. But I was very concerned that both mine and my friends light(s) had fallen off. I've since used a small bungee and a small piece of velcro (overkill) to keep my light in place. Note that my bungee actually pushes upward on the release tab, therefore keeping it in a tighter locked position. I have not had a problem in the week or so that I employed this system and have ridden quite a bit in that time.

Worth noting that if one is concerned about their light falling off, then just permanently glue the light onto the mount.
Read more ›
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Life's Too Short on November 14, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
The light pattern is focused in front. But it's wide enough on the edges to see limbs and assorted creatures next to the trail, and for you to be seen on the streets by drivers.

The bracket wouldn't fit comfortably on the widest part of my handlebars but easily mounted without any tools on the narrower part. It has not shifted since I mounted it. I do ride mostly paved surfaces.

Usually I charge my lights still on the bike. While mounted its awkward, but possible, to plug the USB plug into the bottom. But its very easy to release the light, plug in the cable and then put the light back on. In the garage I use a cheap USB charger I picked up from the corner drugstore.

My only complaint is the blue light on the power switch is a little too bright. This isn't a problem in city lights but it's a bit distracting in total darkness.


I ride one hour every day to work in the darkness, the middle third on a trail, the rest of the ride on city streets where I want to see and be seen. Winter is approaching and temperatures have dropped below freezing some mornings. Since I received this light I had been using this light on its dimmest setting as a emergency backup to my more expensive corded light. Lately in the last third of my trip I have tried using this light as my primary light on full brightness but each time it ran out of juice after only a minute or two.

This morning after charging the light all night long in my attached garage I rode out using this light at full brightness. It was 24 degrees. After less than fifteen minutes it shut down, no more light available at any brightness.

I understand that cold degrades battery performance but for me this is a deal breaker. I will be giving this light away and will have to buy a new one. I am still rating it with three stars because I understand not everyone will be riding in the cold.
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Paul Atreides on October 1, 2012
Bought this light about 3 months ago to replace my older, dimmer handlebar light. I have no problem with the amoung of light cast, nor the pattern. I have a problem with the mount, which is, in my experience, impossible to get tight enough to avoid unintentional position changes caused by road shock. I was constantly readjusting the light to illuminate the road ahead. More worrisome is the fact that the light will no longer take a charge. I'm going to guess that I've used the light a dozen times. Perhaps I have a lemon. If it was only the failure to hold a charge, I'd exchange it for a new set. But the poorly engineered mount and constant fiddling means I'm sending them back and getting a light from a different manufacturer.
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Niko on November 23, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I'm daily bike commuter and part of my trip is along a bike trail that's not well lit at night. My previous headlight was a cheap blinker, which is fine in well lit urban areas but useless everywhere else. After almost hitting a pedestrian who happened to be walking on the trail one night, I decided that I needed to invest in a brighter headlight.

I was looking for a headlight that is bright enough so that I can bike at comfortable pace in the dark, completely waterproof, self-contained and re-chargeable; the NiteRider Lumina 350 ticked all those marks. For me, the hardest thing in choosing a headlight was deciding on how bright I needed it to be. I found Planet Bike's light finder to be very useful: [...] The site gives you an actual demonstration of how well each light works in the dark. Most of headlights have a brightness rating (in lumens), so it's easy to compare them to any other light. Based on the images, I would say that the the Lumina 350, on its highest setting, is comparable to the Alias HID. On its lowest setting, the Lumina is comparable to the Blaze 2w LED headlight.

For me, 350 lumens is more than sufficient; anything more would be overkill. I have no trouble riding through otherwise dark trail on the medium setting (250 lumens I think). Don't be one of those pricks who blinds everyone with 500+ lumen headlights. No good comes of that.

The charge also holds up as advertised. My daily commute is 50 minutes round trip and I only need to recharge the batteries once a week.

I have a few quibbles though. One has to do with the mounting, which doesn't appear to be very sturdy. Even with the mounting fastened as tight as can be, I can rotate the headlight on my handlebar with minimal effort.
Read more ›
1 Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Most Recent Customer Reviews