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NiteRider Pro 3600 LED Light


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  • One of the brightest bike lights ever constructed with an amazing 3600 lumens
  • DIY software allows complete customization of light settings
  • 1:30 to 36:00 run time with an 8 step power gauge
  • Includes bar mount, helmet mount and extension cable
  • 812 grams
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You've probably never imagined a need for a 3600 lumen light. But, when you're soloing through pitch-black aspen trails, a light that's three times brighter than a car headlight sounds pretty good -- that's where the NiteRider Pro 3600 LED Light comes in. Whether you're an amateur or a professional endurance racer, the 3600 light will be your saving grace after the sun goes down. The first thing that you'll notice about the Pro 3600 Light is its double-headlight appearance. Two light chambers each house three Cree XML LED bulbs that're capable of delivering up to 1000 lumens a piece. Instead of projecting a direct beam, the two light chambers, and six bulbs, broadcast a massive halo of light when turned to the full 3600 lumens. However, lower light settings also maintain the halo effect by projecting light over a wide area. To keep the light from overheating, fanning gills have been positioned on the sides of the body for both ventilation, and to be sure that it doesn't microwave your nutrition bars. Since LED lights produce an incredible amount of heat, the Pro 3600 uses a Borofloat lens on the front of the light -- this isn't your average flashlight glass. Compared to the boilerplate tempered glass, NiteRider uses Borofloat, a form of borosilicate glass, that won't shatter when your hot light falls into a cold stream after a jump-gone-wrong. Because the Pro 3600 is meant to be used during competitions, NiteRider leaves the settings up to you with its incuded DIY software. The light settings are entirely customizable, so you decide what levels or flash modes are programmed in. Want 3600, 1800, 700, and an SOS flash pattern? Not a problem. The customizable software puts the full power of the 3600 in your hands. And though some may balk at the 1. 5 hours of battery life that the eight cell Hi-ion battery has when used on full power, the only time that you need that many lumens is when you're descending. During a climb, you can use one of your custom settings t...

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Color: One Color | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 4 inches ; 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008L5GB04
  • Item model number: NiteRider
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #316,203 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The doubles well as a motorcycle helmet light as well.
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The build quality seems good, the setup straightforward enough.
Thomas E. Tweedel
For most city riding I find one light or the other is fine.
PeterK

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Thomas E. Tweedel VINE VOICE on October 17, 2012
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I do most of my biking at night, in urban areas. I'm hooked up with good safety lights but was looking for an upgrade of my navigation light. Right now I've got a 200 lumen cygolight which is good, but I wanted better.

The NR Pro 3600 comes in a nice nylon zip bag to keep all that stuff in. It comes with a charger, battery, base station, light and extension cord. When you break it out the first thing you notice is that unit is HEAVY in comparison other bike equipment. This is not for ultra light weight biking. If you are spending hundreds of dollars on upgrades to save ounces of weight forget it, this is not the light for you. I bike for fun and fitness so a few extra pounds doesn't mean much to me. Not crashing because I didn't see something or wasn't seen means a LOT to me.

Mounting

The system comes with two mounts, handle bar and helmet.
The helmet mount seems pretty good. There are two Velcro loops on either side of the mount. You can thread them through vents in the helmets. The mount has a foam cushion on the bottom to allow for compressive tightening with the straps and prevent slipping. It's a heavy unit and is angled to be put on the downward slope of the helmet. You'll want to keep the battery pack in your pack or pocket. They provide an extended power cord for that use.

The Handlebar mount is interesting. It is designed hold the light offset from the mount by a couple of inches. The idea is that it attaches to the left side of your handlebar next to the stem (must be on the left) and then holds the light in the middle of your handlebars. It has a removable rubber ring that is tabbed to fit onto the mount for smaller diameter handlebars.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By George C on October 24, 2012
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i have a video on YouTube titled "niterider pro 3600 and dinotte 300 R" where you can see how ridiculously bright this light is. when i first turned it on i just went "holy ****" and then i realized it was on "low" setting. the beam is both ridiculously wide and ridiculously bright - it illuminates up down and to the sides but also throws many hundreds of feet. i compared it to Lupine Piko 3 and Fenix TK21 flashlight and it's just an order of magnitude more powerful than both of them.

the handelbar mount is great. the DIY software is great. the charger is great. didn't try helmet mount but it looks very solid.

one "downside" to this light is that everybody you come across will be blinded. there is no hiding from this light - it projects everywhere. when riding on MUPs etc you will find yourself lowering the output to about as little as 5% of the maximum but at least with the DIY software that this light comes with - it is possible to do that. even at 5% output though it is still going to be about 10 times brighter than lights most people on the road use.

when riding in the city people have universally the same reaction - they freeze like a deer in the headlights. i had cars stop and wait for me to pass even though i was on another street, and i had elderly people stop and refuse to cross the street until i turned the light off even though once again - i wasn't even on that street but the light is so powerful it paralyzes people with fear.

this light is not really designed to be pointed down but rather straight ahead. if you point it down you just blind yourself. but if you point it straight ahead it evenly lights up everything and illuminates the road for hundreds of feet, as well as illuminating the trees and everything else.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By PeterK on February 17, 2013
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You don't buy this product unless you want lots of light on a bicycle, and it delivers. With both lights blazing you are going to light up whatever is in front of you, dark trails, empty streets etc. For most city riding I find one light or the other is fine. The one button control is simple enough and once you get used to it the battery release is fine.

I'm not wild about the velcro strap attachment for the top tube. It would be fine, except on my bike I have open cables on the top tube and the two are not really compatible. I really like the water bottle cage design they used to have, but I guess that fell out of favor.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jesus Arango on October 17, 2012
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This is a very expensive light. I struggled with the decision to purchase it for quite some time. That being said, I must admit that there is a significant benefit compared to the Niterider Pro 1500 which I've also owned. Not only was there more light, but the increased amount of light allowed me to go considerably faster on downhills. This is something worth noting at it puts the 3600 in perspective, because the 1500 Pro has a lot of light too.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard on November 3, 2013
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This would be a five star except for the weight of the battery. The light this unit produces is amazing. For me safety is my number one priority and this light does an amazing job. I can easily move this one unit from one bike to another in under a minute and the angle of the light is easy to adjust.
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By DarleneGisele on June 22, 2014
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It's NOT too heavy for my bicycle... I love the fact you can see EVERYTHING when you're riding.... I'd buy it agqain if I could!! ;)
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