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Lumina Dual 1800n Headlight
With two large LED bulbs and an all-new collimator lens, the Lumina 1800 produces a far-reaching beam with extensive peripheral illumination. This makes it an ideal choice for both night time trail rides and early morning commutes, ensuring nothing in your path can take you by surprise. An 1800-lumen max output means this is the brightest self-contained bike light NiteRider has offered to date.
- NiteRider's brightest self-contained bicycle light to date
- Dual LED's produce a smooth, widespread beam pattern
- Ideal for trail riding, road cycling, and commuting
- Offers five light levels plus two daytime flash modes
- Reinforced body is highly resistant to dust and water
- Built-in side lighting for increased visibility day or night
- Lock mode prevents accidental power-on when in storage
- Mount fits both standard and oversize 35mm handlebars
- Item #NRI003J
- Power Source
- [solid] low, medium, high, Boost, [flashing] slow, fast, walk
- [solid] (low) 350 lumens, (medium) 700 lumens, (high) 1500 lumens, (Boost) 1800 lumens, [flashing] 100 lumens
- Burn Time
- [solid] (low) 6hrs, (medium) 3hrs, (high) 1.5hrs, (Boost) 45mins
- handlebar mount, AC power adapter
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- cycling, mountain biking
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
October 17, 2020
I love my autumn rides.
- I've used it several times
For the size and cost, I think this is the best light I have in my quiver. I like that it has no cord to deal with or battery to position on the frame. I just simply pull it out my pack and slide in onto the handle bar mount when the light gets low. This and the mini on my helmet provide all the light I need to finish out my favorite fall rides.
July 24, 2020
A light that shines as bright as day.
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- Lumina 1800
- 6` 3"
- 245 lbs
I have used this powerful light for the last three months. Today, July 24 2020, I took a different route and used the highest beam possible for two hours. Upon finishing my ride I grasped the light to press the top button to turn off the light. On each the side of the light there are two steel fin like wedges to aerate the light. Well, those fins heat up so much that upon my index finger touching one, I was burned so bad that my index finger blistered. I would caution anyone that uses this light to not touch the sides of it at anytime after having any of the beams on. Thanks.
November 22, 2020
Will it mount on handlebars with an "aero" cross section (not round)?
August 5, 2020
Does the lumina 1800 have a helmet mount option?