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NiteRider Lumina 500 Light

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  • System Includes: LED headlamp with internal Li-Ion battery, handlebar mount and 5.5 hour charger
  • 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
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Product Description

Whether you need to navigate through rough terrain, or you're looking for a light that'll hold to your bars like the jaws of life, pick up the NiteRider Lumina 500 Light. This budget conscious light puts out nearly half the light of a car headlight at a price that leaves room for more bike upgrades.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 500 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 1.5 hours at 500 lumens, three hours at 250 lumens, 5.5 hours at 150 lumens, and 18 hours at 40 lumens.The single-piece construction of the Lumina 500 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 500 Light comes with a USB charger and takes about 5.5 hours to reach full-charge. The entire assembly weighs in around 172 grams.

Product Details

Color: One Color | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 7 x 1 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008PENWMG
  • Item model number: 6586
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,435 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Very bright and easy to attach and remove from the mount.
David Stafford
Highly recommend , very bright, adjustable lighting, compact, well built and stylish and easy to install and remove.
alton heine
I am riding a bike trail at night and this light works excellent.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By RobFlyer on November 2, 2012
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All I can say is...WOW! Anyone hesitating about dropping (what seems like) a lot of $$$ on one of these (or similar items from NiteRider) should read this review. I originally bought a PlanetCycle Beamer 3 LED to illuminate my path during early morning training rides. I does an O.K. job, but only effectively illuminates about 20 ft in front of you (when pitch-black outside). At say, 12 mph (17ft/sec), you have about a second to assess and process the road condition ahead of you. Not much time. So I would rely on it more for visibility to cars, and made sure I rode at dawn where I could start to see the road reasonably well. For $20, it's a good light for this purpose. While riding at dawn one morning, a guy pulled out in front of me from an off-ramp and I totalled my bike when I ran into him. I'm still dealing with the insurance mess. For whatever reason, he did not see me. I vowed from that point that I wouldn't skimp on safety.

So after a friend purchased and showed me his Lumina 500, and after reading additional reviews here, I got one. Yes they're "expensive", but the difference betwen this and my planetcycle light is like...well...night and day! :)

Those of you riding with average dollar front lights (like the planet cycle) know very well how intently you have to watch that light cone in front of you, waiting for a pot-hole or rock to come into view and hoping there's enough time to avoid, or stop.

All that stress disappears behind the Niterider Lumina 500. This thing is so incredibly powerful, it allows you to see the road very clearly up to 50-70 feet or so (depending on the angle you set it to). My biggest problem now is that it casts such a shadow on debris in the road that leaves sometimes look like rocks until you get closer!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Daveysan on October 14, 2012
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I didn't realize that I was at such risk using the feeble non-LED light that I have had for years. Much of my commute is on unlit roads with potholes and deer coursing their way in the dark. I feel like I am now flying a UFO with blinding brightness paving my way.

The positive points of the Lumina 500:

. its mounting system is superb,
. the light is easily removed from the mount (for theft prevention and hand-held use),
. its switching system is simple and straightforward,
. I can recharge it with my cell phone recharger, and
. the light's brightness and spread are nonpareil at this price.

The negative points: none found so far. I recommend this light without hesitation.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bottlerocket on September 21, 2012
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I've used this on a couple night rides and it is far superior to the previous light I had which as a Bell iPulse. The rechargeable battery works great and this light with 500 lumens completely lights up the road. I had the best luck setting it up to point at the ground about 10 feet in front of the bike. I rode for a while behind another person who had no light and it lit up the road in front of both bikes. Great product so far.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By brian keith bonham on January 23, 2013
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Light works well as a communter light. However, charge time seems extremely long at 5.5hrs. In addition, the USB micro port is very hard to use as if the tolerance is to tight. After only two months the port broke and i wasn't able to charge the light. Called Nightrider and while they agreed to replace the unit, it took five days before they said they shipped a replacement and 7 days latter i am still waiting. I would not recommend the light due to the poor quality charging port.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert D. Bernstein on January 9, 2013
I tried this light and liked it. But I returned it to get the Lumina 650 instead.

With the 650 you can use the Medium setting and get almost as much light as the 500 on High. But the 650 gives twice the run time at that setting!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BRD57 on September 26, 2012
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I have a MiNewt 600 and the Lumina 500 gives off a much brighter white. Comparing the two, I felt the MiNewt was yellowish and less powerful (even with an extra 100 lumens). Just be aware it doesn't come with a wall charger (comes with a cord and you can use an iPhone or Droid charger) and doesn't come with a helmet mount. The handlebar mount is an improvement over the MiNewt handlebar mount.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mextina on May 26, 2013
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My first NiteRider 650 was stolen from my bike. I'm being more careful with the Lumina 500, and it easily removes to keep it safe. I don't notice any difference between the brightness of the 650 and the 500, so go ahead and get the 500 as it is less expensive! My only complaint is that the 500 did not come with the ac adapter plug--just with the usb cable. Not a problem for me since I can use the adapter from my stolen light, but it would be annoying to only be able to charge this by using the computer.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Becker on December 14, 2012
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This is my second Niterider light after the first crapped out after a couple years of use. On the plus, it is very nice this unit is self-contained, and it was a breeze to mount on the bike. Two minuses: I was left in the dark this morning at the end of a ride because the on-off switch never turned from blue to red as a warning. In addition, I think the USB-only charging cord that is included is not nearly as convenient as a wall plug in. And the wall charger that came with my prior Niterider doesn't fit this one. So I like but don't love this light.
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