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trener1

Well-Known Member
Does REI carry Cygolite? again I am not sure that they are made in California but I recall looking into it a few years ago and think that I remember that they were made here, I have a couple of their lights and they are good, but in any case you really can't go wrong with Light & Motion either.
 

iman29

Well-Known Member
Niterider 700 Lumens. Older model. 5am back in March sometime. Lasts a long time

kicks ass and during the day on blink mode it’s very bright. I never ride without front and rear lights day or night.

bontrager Flare R on the rear. It’s bright but needs frequent recharging.
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shrpshtr325

Infinite Source of Sarcasm
Team MTBNJ Halter's
im tempted by the hangover, but i wont be spending >$200 to get a light without the external battery, for the bar light it doesnt bother me that much

even the hangover is a hard one to go for when i have two niteriders i can swap out on the helmet as needed which do a darn good job
 

Tim

aka sptimmy43
im tempted by the hangover, but i wont be spending >$200 to get a light without the external battery, for the bar light it doesnt bother me that much

even the hangover is a hard one to go for when i have two niteriders i can swap out on the helmet as needed which do a darn good job

Valid points. I was fairly new the night riding game when I got the hangover so I didn't have any other decent helmet lights. For what it's worth, the hangover is $117 on the outbound webiste right now. Also, it charges via USB-C PD and is capable of pass-through charging. So you can use any USB power bank capable of quick charge or power delivery and run it like an external pack to extend the run time.
 
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