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4 5

Just like the non Fast Charge model, instead of a flash, this light has a fade on and off mode which probably won't earn the attention of drivers who are busy texting while they drive. If this is your only front light and you value flashes, I would skip this model (though there are others by light and motion that will fit your needs).

I am using this as one of two headlights on night rides (one light is dedicated to flashing and pissing people off with the "Urban 400 series" while this one is to provide light to see the actual road so that I don't nail potholes.) Over kill? Maybe, but it's my life right?

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3 5

I don't like the fit personally. it is pretty baggy, but the fabric is totally smooth which is awesome

I'm 6 foot and 160 so I like a pretty form fit, but this is wide in the hips which is just unflattering unless you're a fat guy

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5 5

Pros
great mounting bracket (doesn't move around)
Super bright
Rechargeable
helmet mount

Cons
won't recharge from a laptop: I plugged this in Via the USB cord and it would not charge from my laptop. probably a voltage issue, but it works fine from my wall

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5 5

This stuff saved my freaking life on a backpacking trip. Totally changed my whole world. A cycling buddy of mine introduced it to me on a backpacking trip and I went from rashy, smelly, misery to menthol fresh, creamy comfort.

A backpacker's dream

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4 5

I took this to Yosemite on a 4 day trip where we had a total elevation gain of over 10K feet. Two other members of my group were wearing much more expensive Suunto altimeters. We all calibrated at the same spot and frequently compared altitudes. My Axio was always the lowest number and I was about ready to throw it in the trash until we saw a sign that said the exact altitude as we left the park at the end of the trip and my Axio was within 5 feet of accuracy while the other two guys were between 50 and 150 feet over. That was the only official sign that we saw that I chose to remember (since it was super accurate at that moment). I don't know if this is a situation of every broken clock being right twice a day or not. I plan on comparing it to a GPS next time

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