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I bought this product about 6 months ago and have not used it often because I primarily ride during the day. But during those rare night rides I used it and liked it. The beam was wide and the charge held. But I went to use it the other day and it would not go on even though fully charged. I pulled off the rubber covering the push button and the stem had broken. I am careful with my "stuff" and this light was not misused. So I will not be using this company's products again.
I bought my first Giordana FormaRed's about 2 months ago (the breast cancer design). They were my first, having typically worn Capo's in the past. I love my Capo's but I am a convert to the FormaRed's. Both have the low profile chamois that really does the job on long rides. But what I really like about the FormaRed's is that they are unmistakably cooler and that is a real plus in the Dallas summers. I agree with the reviews that they run small but I did not have the leg problems other reviewers identified. I am a short cyclist (5'2) and I like the length of these shorts. I bought the all black and am considering getting the black and white too.
I read the other reviews of this product. So I decided to get it for a two day 150 mile bike ride I was undertaking. I figured I could use it in addition to my bottles. Anyway, I liked the size, the look, the weight and everything about it but one. It seemed that I got more liquid on me than in me. I had heard that these things leak. Well that was my experience and, unfortunately, it was so cold in the morning of the first day of my ride that the dripping water was very unwelcome. So I gave it to a friend who loves it. Go figure.