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Niterider MiNewt 150 Lumens Cordless Rechargeable LI-ion LED Headlight.

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  • Niterider MiNewt 150 Lumens Cordless Rechargeable LI-ion LED Headlight.
  • The new MiNewt 150 Cordless raises the bar of what a one-piece, modular bike light should be ! Just 1 Rechargeable LI-ion powered battery saves the environment from hundreds of disposable batteries !
  • The 150 Cordless optic design incorporates a reflector and Borofloat lens custom tuned for bike riding. This combination delivers a superior beam pattern when compared to total internal reflectors !
  • Three light levels (High, Medium & Low) plus flash mode and USB & Smart wall charging !
  • Run Time : 3 Hours -High / 4 Hours -Med / 6 Hours -Low. 4 Hour Charging. Eco-Friendly: Using USB rechargeable LI-ion power to light up, decrease pollution from mercury and other chemicals.
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Niterider MiNewt 150 Lumens Cordless Rechargeable LI-ion LED Headlight. Eco-Friendly: Using USB rechargeable LI-ion power to light up, decrease pollution from mercury and other chemicals. Just 1 Rechargeable LI-ion powered battery saves the environment from hundreds of disposable batteries ! The new MiNewt 150 Cordless raises the bar of what a one-piece, modular bike light should be ! The 150 Cordless optic design incorporates a reflector and Borofloat lens custom tuned for bike riding. This combination delivers a superior beam pattern when compared to total internal reflectors. Three light levels (High, Medium & Low) plus flash mode and USB & Smart wall charging ! Includes LED headlamp, QR Tool-less handlebar mount -Fits up to 31.8mm, Internal Li-Ion battery with low fuel indicator and 4 hour smart charger, also has a USB port.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B003YC4A9I
  • Item model number: NR-06556
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 30, 2011
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This light is excellent. I bike home in the winter about a mile along a street with no streetlamps. I need a headlight that lets me see the road, not just one that lets drivers see me. This one lets me see any obstacles in the road - fallen branches, etc. - in plenty of time to avoid them. It lasts a long time, too, and recharges quickly. The first time I started to run low on batteries I switched to the lower power light and had plenty of juice to get home. I highly recommend this light.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By s on January 29, 2012
I got this as a gift, and it has really improved my visibility. I'm now using the helmet-mount adapter instead of the handlebar mount, which seems to extend the range a little (since perched atop the helmet). The 3-setting (plus flash) option is nice, and the lowest solid-burn setting is still quite bright (far more output than a single front LED blinky). I now have the option of seeing holes and debris instead of riding-by-memory in the dark.

Good Stuff
*USB rechargeable, and the battery lasts a decent amount of time (I'm getting
probably 5-6 night rides on low setting--about 1.5-2 hours in the dark per ride)
*excellent light output--I can light the bike lane side-to-side in low setting, and
almost all of a car's lane in high (not as bright as car headlights, but pretty
good for a bike light). I also notice I tend to get more recognition/space from
oncoming cars than with just a blinky
*cordless--no need to sacrifice a bottle cage for a battery pack or tie-on a
cumbersome external power supply

Notes and Concerns
*the handlebar mount didn't seem as solid as I'd like--the hinge pin thing seems
to work loose during the ride (can push it back in, but it's annoying to have to
check the hinge repeatedly)
*does add some weight, but I doubt it would be material unless you're a serious
gram-counter. Commuters and non-racing folks shouldn't have a major problem
*if using the helmet mount, probably want to keep a basic front blinky on the
handlebars too--if you're not facing-front and the light's on your helmet, the
light won't be facing front

I've had the light about 2 months now. Overall, I'd recommend it, though I also recommend getting the helmet mount.
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I must admit to you that I am extremely fussy about bike lights and have gone though quite a few of them over the past few years. Some were good, some were bad and some were ugly. I am normally a pretty patient and mellow fellow that lets little bother him, but for some reason things that go on my bike - I am, I admit, overly picky. I share this with you so you will know where I am coming from.

I will tell you right now that I have found very little to complain about in reference to this NiteRider MiNewt 150. To begin with, the price is most certainly right and it is even better here on Amazon than the one I purchased at a local bike shop. You are actually getting a lot of light for your money with this one. That was first but there are other features and facts I like.

For the dollar this is one of the brightest lights I have ever use. Evan on "low" I have enough light to actually see where I am going. I ride a rather long bike trail composed of packed gravel. While the maintainers of this trail do a wonderful job, you never know that is going to be around the next bend from one storm to the next. It is not uncommon to have a perfectly smooth ride one day; wait a day, and find you might as well be doing off road mountain biking. I also ride on paved streets, which most of the time have street lights, but I also ride on the road from town to my house and the few street lights we do have are all private (like mine) and you never know from one evening to the next whether or not they have been shot out by the mindless little trogs we have living here. Anyway, the low beam is usually good enough but the high beam throws out enough light to adequately light a Grateful Dead concert. (That is an exaggeration - but you get the point).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tomas Mendez on October 28, 2011
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The mounting bracket is brilliant and tool-free to initially attach. The light is frighteningly bright -- and holds a full charge right 'till the end, then a red warning light comes on meaning you've got 5 minutes left. So as the battery drains down the light doesn't become more dim. It's at max brightness entire time. I only use it on flash mode which is so intense it could give a crowd a seizure.
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