NiteRider Lumina 750 Bike Light
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- 750 lumens for optimal visibility
- Run time: 1:30HR High-750, 3:00HR Med-350, 5:30HR Low-200, 18:00HR Walk-40
- Light levels, 4 steady/1 flash
- Includes LED headlamp, internal Li-lon battery, USB charging cable, helmet mount, and handlebar mount-fits up to 31.8mm
- Weight: 172 grams
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The NiteRider Lumina 750 Boost is the perfect light for mountain bikers, road riders, adventure riders and urban commuters. Featuring a proven design/ride tested handlebar strap mount that is sure to remain rock solid whether on the trail or pavement. Double clicking the power button activates Boost Mode, giving you the option to operate your light at 750 lumens maximum light output! This self-contained light makes use of the IntelliCharge function, which charges the battery twice as fast as the normal charge rate when connected to a higher amp AC adapter. With our custom engineered optics, the Lumina 750 Boost projects a beam pattern that provides a generous spot and wide flood beam pattern of 750 lumens!
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The light recharges by plugging it into any micro USB charging cable/charger. There is a black micro USB cable included in the box, however you are on your own to provide the wall charger.
The handlebar mounting is universal for any NiteRider light, and you can purchase extra mounts making it easy to buy one light to use on multiple bikes. The mount will allow you to slightly ratchet swivel the light from side to side so you can aim it forwards and somewhat to the side which helps on cornering in the dark. When installing the light on the mount there will be a satisfying click when it locks into place on the mount. If it doesn't click in it's not locked into the mount. There is a very simple release lever to press to unlock and release it from the mount.
It also comes with a helmet mount if you would prefer to have it aim where you are looking. The helmet mount has the same locking and unlocking system as the handlebar mount.
The light has 5 modes. There is the standard low, medium, and high brightness modes. It also has a flashing mode which is more of a strobe than a flash. It strobes very fast. There is also a mode called walk. It also has a travel mode called "lock" mode, which prevents the light from being accidentally turned on while stored or during transport so you don't waste battery life.
To turn the unit on you press and briefly hold the big button on the top of the light. You also use this button to change the.mode you want., pressing and releasing to cycle high, medium, and low. I'd you want it to flash, you press and hold the button for 3 seconds. Further press of the button from the flash mode puts it into the walk mode. From there you can cycle through the modes again.
To prep the light for transport and lock mode you have to turn the light on. Then you press and hold the button to turn the light off and continue to hold the button down until the power button flashes red. This takes several seconds. To bring it out of lock mode you have to press and hold the power button down for several seconds. It took about 3-4 seconds when I tried it.
The light let's you know when the battery is low. When it drops below 20% the power button LED changes color from blue to red. Also if you're out riding and the battery gets to that 20% or lower the light switches into a power reserving mode (low beam).
Charging it from a very low battery can take a while depending on the amp charger you use. You can charge it with your computer's USB port but that will take several hours. UsING a 1 amp cell charger it should be ready to go in under 2 hours. I haven't timed it, sorry.
The battery clearly lasts longer when using the low beam. It lasts a ridiculous long time in walk mode.
I highly recommend this light, and have hadany compliments on how nice and bright it is. Take care to mount it properly so you do not blind oncoming cyclists and motorists!
Now that it's getting darker, earlier, it was time to get myself a better light than the one I was using. I do a lot of pavement riding after work at night, but there's plenty of streetlights on my route, so the light isn't as important. When it's important is when I'll be out on the trails when it starts to get dark, or once the sun has completely set. After a lot of research, I settled on the NiteRider Lumina 750.
I bought the corresponding NiteRider Lumina Helmet Mount so I could have this light on my helmet as opposed to my handlebars.
Once the 750 was charged up, which took a couple of hours using the charger that came with my smartphone, I started to toy around with it. Initially, since I hadn't read the manual yet, I was confused as to why the light wouldn't turn on. As it turns out, it has a lock feature that prevents it from turning on during travel inside of a backpack, suitcase, etc. Once I unlocked the light, I was immediately impressed.
The button is very responsive and has a tactile feel to it; it's easy to click through the modes. For riding around town after work, the first setting of 200 lumen is more than enough. Once I get onto the trails, I need to bump up to the 350 or 750 lumen settings though, depending on the trail in question. Regardless, I have more than enough light to tackle whatever terrain I'm riding whilst it's dark outside. I also adore the strobe setting that this light has, since there are times whilst riding the pavement at night that I ride against traffic, and the strobe helps them to see me!
As far as battery life is concerned, I have yet to have an issue here. That's most likely because I have yet to have been out long enough for the battery to wear itself out; my longest night ride so far has been around a half an hour, and I was using the 350 lumen setting. It would be nice if the battery was easily interchangeable on this light though, just in case. You can buy replacement batteries from NiteRider, but changing them requires disassembly of the body of the light, so it's not a quick and easy swap. Also, since there's a wire harness attached to the battery, charging a spare battery would be a bit of an issue; you'd have to disassemble the light and connect the dead batteries one at a time to charge them.
All in all, my experience with this light has been great. It's an excellent product for the money.