CygoLite Milion 200 LED Rechargable 1-Piece HeadLight W/ Helmet Mount.
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- One-Piece Design (200 lumen LED output)
- Rechargeable Quick Release Li-Ion battery (3 to 6 hr run time)
- USB Rechargeable with dual color charging status indicator
- High-Low-Daylight flashing modes
- Handlebar and helmet mounts included
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|Package Height||2 x 5.1 x 7.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
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My first experience riding in the dark was with a typical "$35.00 commuter light". The experience was not fun....I constantly felt as though I was about to hit some obstacle that I just could not see due to the lack of solid bright light. When I got home, I thought to myself "I wish there was a light I could get that would work like my SureFire tactical flashlights do". Well, the Cygolite does this.
The MilIon 200 USB cranks out 200 lumens at its high setting, and also gives you a 150 lumen medium setting which is bright enough for most riding. I compared the MilIon 200 USB to my SureFire LumaMax (a 200 lumen tactical flashlight), and found both to be nearly identical brightness. The Cygolight has a wider, more diffuse hotspot which is better for illuminating the area in front of your bike. Also, my Cygolite delivers a near pure-white light with no obvious color cast.
Build quality is excellent, and all of the features work perfectly. The charge indicator, which changes from red to green when the battery has a full charge, is a fantastic feature. I read some other reviews where the reviewer said this didn't work, but on my light it does. Although the MilIon 200 ships with a small charge in its battery, it takes pretty much a full 5 hours of continuous charging to fill it up the first time (the manual says this as well, and my real world experience confirms it). The handlebar mount is well built, and extremely easy to install...takes about 90 seconds.Read more ›
Warranty: Mine did stop working after about 2 months. Cygolite was AWESOME over the phone. They dropped a replacement in the mail the same day and told me to return the failed one when I received it. I really appreciate that kind of service when I depend on this light to get to and from work. I'm considering purchasing a second milion 200 to aid in vehicle visibility. Then I will use two of these on high beam, plus a flashing light on the handlebar for attention-getting.
Now, the build quality is good too. It's really durable (I've dropped it a few times, but it's still going strong). I believe the rear is plastic and the front is some sort of metal (most likely aluminum), which I think is why they were able to keep the weight down without compromising the build quality. I also like how I can charge it through normal electrical outlets and USB.
Overall, I think it's an awesome light. The design is very sophisticated and futuristic looking. Props to Cygolite for a great product, and I'd recommend this to any type of rider out there.
Two lights also provides a backup. I charge them each every other day. If one battery runs out the other is enough to get me home safely. Two lights are also unmistakable to cars. Most cars at intersections wait for me. In late spring and early summer when the sun comes up during the ride - I use only the MilIon 200. It provides good visibility through twilight and stays on to increase my visibility to motorists.
In a side-by-side comparison - the MilIon 200 seems to project a brighter beam. It is concentrated. The MityCross 350 has two beams - one wide one concentrated. The MityCross 350 is heavier and takes some getting used to on a helmet. Both are well built and rock solid. The MityCross 350 charger connection is a bit more robust, it charges faster, and lasts slightly longer on a charge. The switch on the MilIon 200 is nearly impossible to operate while wearing heavy gloves in winter. I turn it on before I leave the house.
If I could only afford one - the MityCross 350 has advantages. If cost is a major factor, choose the MilIon 200.Read more ›
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Delivery was fast.Product is very durable.This thing has gotten wet several times & continues to shine very bright. Read morePublished 20 months ago by SERGEANT MAJOR
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