NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 Light
|Price:||$195.49 + $4.64 shipping|
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- Bulb Type: Cree MC-E LED, Power Source: Backup Power Source: Battery Location: separate
- Batteries Included: yes, Voltage Regulator: Modes: four power levels, flash,
- Bulbs: LED, Lumens: 50, Weight: 215 g, Recommended Use: mountain biking, cycling,
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|Item Display Weight||1.25 pounds|
|Item Weight||1.43 pounds|
|Package Height||3 x 6.4 x 8.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.4 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
A few things to keep in mind though; 1. The battery only lasts about an hour and a half on high. Medium (500 lumens) is sufficient for most riding and will double your time. 2. Wear it on your helmet (accessories included). You'll feel the extra weight on your head, but it's a far more functional mounting location than your bars.
Cons: Spent a minute this morning trying to get it turned off at work. The one button and then hold for so long just doesn't work that well for me. Proprietary charging/connecting cord that is not well keyed, there seems to be a fair chance that you could bend a pin trying to connect it. I hit low battery on the way to work and I couldn't make it home with out the battery dying (I have a 25 minute ride to work).
I don't/won't carry the charging brick around. I wish they had made this one USB charge driven or USB adaptable like the rest of their range (it was a Christmas present, I didn't pick it).
With the quality they built into the light, I wish they would have spent more time thinking about the battery mounting system. The Velcro works ok....at the moment, but I think it will probably not make a year of use. They could have done so much better.
It seems like in the last year or so they have been able to focus the the LED beam where it actually lights up the trail, where before they just looked bright coming at you.
Up to now, I have been using a double beam halogen light, that worked well, but weighed in at 2.5 lbs, mostly the huge battery. Now with this light I get what seems like the same bright light, with maybe a better beam, and a whiter light, and with a 2 Lb loss in weight, all for $200. If you could get that a few years ago, it would have cost you $600. The only drawback is the burn time. It's not bad, but for most of my night rides, I have to conserve the energy by running on the low setting a little more than I would prefer. So while weight is very important to me, I would like to see a little bigger battery, therefore a little longer run time. And I do miss the remote switch I had mounted next to my thumb that my old halogen had. But I do recommend this light..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Helmet mounted, this little light gives me confidence on the trail at night. Around town, on my handlebars, it's easily the brightest thing on the bike path.Published 16 months ago by Abel Lopez
Love the light. Extremely bright and does exactly what I need it to do. Feel extra safe when riding at night.Published on February 18, 2014 by Susan
I used the flash mode during dusk, then switched to the solid light once the sun set.
I would like the handlebar mount to have been a little bigger. Read more
Compact, bright, with good mounting hardware.
Suggested improvement areas:
Would like to a better charging plug like mini USB. Read more
the light itself is as advertised....3 levels of brightness plus the pulsating options. the connector to the battery pack is weird though... Read morePublished on September 13, 2013 by C. Fischer
The NiteRider MinNewt Pro 750 fits great on my aftermarket bar I purchased to place bicycle lights on my Segway. The light makes riding at night on the Segway a real pleasure. Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by Revitup
Only light I need when mounted on my helmet. Thought I'd need another bar mounted light, but just not necessary.Published on May 13, 2013 by J. Burns