- Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 3 inches ; 2.1 pounds
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- ASIN: B008P0PEPS
- Item model number: #6591
- Average Customer Review: 57 customer reviews
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NiteRider Pro 1800 Race Light
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Late night trail rides and endurance races call for a light that's brighter than the one sitting on the handlebars of your commuter bike. A light with 500 lumens might work well at dusk, but it doesn't provide sufficient lighting when you're speeding down a single track that's enshrouded in darkness. The NiteRider Pro 1800 LED Race Light steps in when lower lumen lights aren't enough. Producing more light than the average car headlight, the Pro 1800 will illuminate the darkest trails with what looks like the mid day sun. The light output of the Pro 1800 isn't the only thing that makes it the go-to light for endurance riding. The combination of a lightweight construction and an 1800 lumen output make it an ideal choice when you're going for speed and don't want the added weight of multiple lights on your bike. Designed to cast a wide beam of light across the trail, the Pro 1800 uses CREE LED bulbs to create a bright beam that sustains battery life and reduces the amount of heat that the bulbs produce. The light has four solid settings -- high, medium, low, and walk, plus a flash mode. Depending on your setting, the light will last for 1.5 hours at 1800 lumens, three hours at 700 lumens, six hours at 400 lumens, and 25 hours at 80 lumens. If you have the light on your bars or helmet, adjusting the light setting during a climb is simple with the easily-accessible output button on top of the light. The eight-step fuel gauge on the light gives you an accurate reading of how much battery is left -- so you know when you need to hustle over to the service course for a battery swap. Since LED lights produce an incredible amount of heat, the Pro 1800 uses a Borofloat lens on the front of the light -- this isn't your average flashlight glass. Compared to the boilerplate tempered glass, NiteRider uses Borofloat, a form of borosilicate glass, that won't shatter when your hot light falls into a cold stream after a jump-gone-wrong.
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Re the gentleman that stated "not 1800 lumens?!?" This light has been test by every pro blog/ site/ magazine etc., and it has always measure at or above 1800. NiteRider caters to the pro that would not stand for BS ratings. The light is every bit 1800 lumens.
If you are riding on the street, a light like this will not seem as bright as a spot type light. Most cheap lights use modified spots to make their light look brighter than it is. This light is spreading it's bean evenly in a wide, but penetrating pattern. There is beautiful engineering here. Regarding the use for commuting or other street use, I would say this light seems a bit over kill for that considering it's weight and build strength.
For off road, it is unmatched. This is a high quality "trail" flood beam and it is pure perfection. The beam spread and penetration works seamless technical as well as fire road bombs. Where I live, critters, large and small come out at night, so this type of light is very welcome as well.
Re brightness, there are monster lights out there with more light like the Niterider 2800 and 3400, but as you can see in any pro review, serious riders don't like these mega lights. They are over kill, and worse not useful. We have come to the point were more is not more. The quality and clarity of the light pattern is what makes a great light. The 1800 has amazing penetration without blowing out the ground in front of me. The light floods the landscape with usable detail where you need it. On the trail I rarely go to 5. mostly 3 and 4. It's hard for new night riders to understand that too much light can wash out the terrain and kill your night vision. That said, this is still an amazingly crazy bright light! Can easily light up every inch of one acre.
If you look at all the details big and small, you can see that this light was made with love. Everything is perfectly where it should be. In every category this light is #1: Best mount, best controls, best status lights, best battery case , best cord and connectors, and best design. If you have seen my other 100+ reviews, you know that I rarely, if ever, give this type of high praise. For off road, look no farther. Honors A+! Long live the king!
But a limitation is in the technology, which, at least for now needs to be fairly heavy in order to provide this amount of light. I put the battery pack in my jersey pocket and only the lamp on my helmet, but yet after a two-hour ride it was uncomfortably heavy on my head.
I have an older NiteRider system (much less bright) and can put both the battery pack and the lamp on my head without discomfort.
The system can be mounted on handlebars but I don't like that because I prefer the beam angled downwards and movable depending on where I look. Also I don't want the clip on the bars when I'm not using the system.
So, overall, I would say this is a great system that works well. But if you are like me and prefer a helmet mount, I would suggest getting one of the less powerful but lighter-weight NiteRiders.
Nice bright light--the brightest I've ever seen on any bicycle system
Convenient charging in an outlet
Choice of helmet mount or handlebar mount
Well-built, good quality product
For me, at least, the item is so heavy on my head it's too uncomfortable to use this way.
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