Light the way.
Brighten up your evening commute and be seen in all manner of weather with the NiteRider Lumina 750 Boost Light. With six settings ranging from a fully boosted 750 lumens to an economical blinking, the Lumina 750 lets you customize your lighting for the ideal blend of brightness and battery life. It even features a lock mode so it won't accidentally turn on in your bag and run out of juice by the time you have to ride home.
The NiteRider Lumina 750 Boost Light charges via a convenient USB connection with run times ranging from 40 minutes on the 750 lumen Boost setting all the way up to 18 hours on the low, 40 lumen setting. At a claimed weight of only 172 grams, it's right at home on your handlebars and won't weight things down or distract you along the way. It comes complete with a handlebar mount and USB charging cable.
- Delivering 750 lumens to light the way home
- Six settings let you customize brightness
- Recharge with a convenient USB cable
- Includes handlebar mount
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Great commuter/road light
NiteRider is a really cool family-owned company based in San Diego, CA that specializes in road and MTB lighting. They make great, high-quality lights; designed/engineered, assembled, and serviced in the USA.
Pros of the NR 750:
-Great light: small, compact, high quality.
-Quality construction and switch.
-Quality aluminum alloy housing, finned for thermal venting.
-600 lumens is *a lot* of light for the road. Even 300 is plenty in most circumstances.
-Water-resistant for riding in fog, drizzle, or rain.
-Lifetime defect warranty.
-The battery life is adequate but not awesome. 1.5 hours for 600 lumens. 3 hours for 300 lumens. So, make a habit to charge up overnight so you are ready for your ride.
P.S. - I can also highly recommend NiteRider's Cherry Bomb 35 tail-light. Narrow (aero), bright, water sealed, quality, and only $20.
A winter must have
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
It gets dark early here in the Midwest in winter, and if you want to keep on riding you need some light. This light is reliable, rugged, and easy to use not to mention bright. Throw it in your pack or on the handle bars and forget it until you need it. You do need to remember to charge it but it holds a charge really well, and you get hours of dependable light.
bright light at reasonable price
light is very bright on high setting, with a couple of strengths to chose from (including blinking). overall the light is a very good value, but it is very heavy, probably not enough to make a difference to most riders, but noticeably heavier than I was expecting.