NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 Light
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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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If you do enough night-time riding to warrant investing in a serious lamp, but don't want to carry around a heavy-hitter like the Pro 1500 LED Race Light, NiteRider makes the MiNewt Pro 750 Light just for you. You'll be astounded at how tiny yet how powerful this system really is.NiteRider uses super efficient CREE emitters in the MiNewt Pro 750 Light. This is how they manage to create a light that pumps out 750 lumens even though it's about the size of a plum. You'll be thinking to yourself that it's a plum of a light after seeing how intuitive and practical it is. The power control is located on the lamp unit rather than on the battery pack. That means you can make adjustments mid-ride without needing to stop and fumble with the battery, no matter where it's located.The MiNewt Pro 750 Light has four power settings that allow you to chose how strong you want the beam, and consequently how long you want the battery to last before needing to be recharged. At the highest 750 lumens setting, you can count on having 1.5 hours of illumination. With the lower settings you get a slightly dimmer beam, but longer run times: 2.5 hours at 500 lumens, 5 hours at 200 lumens, and 10 hours at 100 lumens. The Li-Ion battery will give you reliable and predictable run times and will take a mere three hours to recharge fully.The battery comes with an indicator so that you'll know when it's time to recharge the unit. The NiteRider smart charger will make the process a cinch. Nite Rider includes an extension cable in case you need more length between the lamp and the battery pack. The lamp unit can fit on all handlebars up to 31.8mm in diameter. Weighing in at 230 grams for the whole package, the NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 Light is a perfect option for no-fuss, rapid mounting onto the handlebars.
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The technology has made leaps and bounds since my purchase 6 years ago. I have more than double the brightness of my old dual beam system in one single beam. It frees up space on my handlebars and the new button on the light fixture is much better for adjusting on the fly than the old battery mounted buttons. The new mounting bracket is a huge improvement over the old O-ring mounting bands. I never have to adjust the height anymore even after riding through rough construction sites on my commute home.
This light is plenty bright to piss off just about everyone driving or riding towards you. Fortunately its easy enough to adjust from the most to least bright in one button push. I have no complaints about the light. Paid $180 and that was a good price for a solid light that allows me to see well ahead on even the darkest parts on the unlit trail on my commute home.
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.
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..
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I would like the handlebar mount to have been a little bigger.Read more
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