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You’ll cruise through the night with two layers of safety using NiteRider’s MiNewt.X2 Dual Rechargeable Bike Light. The MiNewt.X2’s dual LED headlamps put out a retina-rocking 300 lumens and, because they mount independently, you can be flexible with your beam pattern or even stack them. The included smart charger will repower the battery in 4.5 hours. No dark is dark enough to stop you now.

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5 5

Good Setup

The dual light system is a great light system. I have it on my road bike for those early mornings...

You can only have both lights on at the same time (no seperate control)

On FULL the lights can only run for about an hour or so

On "half" there is enough power for about 2.5 hours

There is a "flash" mode which is very bright (uses "full") and the frequency ensures you get noticed, and to be honest if you were out for a long night ride, using the lights in flash still provide enough illumination that this could extend your run time, withouf seriously affecting your visibility.

I did have an issue with the battery, it was repaired under warranty within a week or so, so service is not an issue.

Get this light, for the price, options, quality, its hard to beat

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Is the MiNewt compatible with the NiteRider...

Is the MiNewt compatible with the NiteRider universal taillight?

5 5

Dual Set-Up is Twice as Nice

NiteRider makes the toughest, most efficient LED systems available. Period. This means more lighting power for a longer period for less bulk & weight. The added benefit of the Dual is that you get two handlebar-mount heads that provide endless options for trail illumination: pointed inward to focus power on the singletrack; pointed outward to fan across double-track and roads.