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Lumina Micro 850 Headlight
As you're cruising around town, you sometimes end up riding as the sun starts to set and beyond. Ride with the NiteRider Lumina Micro 850 Headlight, and you won't have to head home at the first sign of sunset. Up to 850 lumens let you see what obstacles the road ahead will present, but the Lumina Micro has several modes to choose from so you don't have to use that much battery unless you need it. A low battery indicator means you won't have a surprise outage while riding, and a USB cord conveniently recharges it between rides. The Micro 850 even has a quick-release tab, so it's easy to get on and off when it's time to charge, and so you can bring it with you without hassle in order to prevent theft.
- Headlight for evening rides around town
- Range of modes for up to 850 lumens
- Low battery indicator minimizes surprises
- IP-64 rating resists light precipitation
- Rechargeable via USB for convenience
- Quick-release tab for easy on and off
- Item #NRI003F
- Q & A
much nicer than the older lumina lights
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have a couple of the older 750 luminas that still work and are great lights. However these are awesome and are somehow brighter and the light is whiter than my two year old ones. The size of the 850 is about half the size and weight of my 2 year old 750s. Awesome! you'll never run out. I climb on Low or Medium and descend on HIGH! So light you can pack one just incase. I'm using mine mountain biking and never worry about my nightrider product.
Great light. Great value!
NiteRider is a family-owned/run company based in San Diego, CA that specializes in cycling lighting. They make high-quality lights; designed/engineered, assembled, and serviced in the USA.
Pros of the NR Lumina 850:
-Quality construction and switch.
-Quality aluminum alloy housing; finned for thermal venting.
-Light detaches from the mount (unlike some others).
-Water-resistant for riding in fog, drizzle, and rain.
-450 lumens is *plenty* of
light for the road in most circumstances.
-Lifetime defect warranty.
Note: 850 lumens is *a lot* of light. Do not point directly at a person or car at this setting.