Baja Designs Strykr II Lights

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $299.95


Product Description

Battery powered LED light for all your adventures – excellent as a helmet light or handlebar light for your mountain bike or road bike, it is also great for your motorcycle or ATV handlebars with 925 lumens, weighs only 520 grams, runs up to 12 hours and completely waterproof to 33 ft.
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Baja Designs Strykr II Pro Review

This year, the Strykr is called the Strykr II and the output has increased from 700 claimed lumens to 950. On our light meter, the reading has increased from 52 lux to 74 lux so it is noticeably brighter. We measured the light though at an integrating sphere and the actual lumen output is 670 lumens. The head unit is big and made of very sturdy aluminum with the front rim protected by a rubber casing. The battery is nicely sealed as well as this light seems ready to take on the roughest conditions.Continue reading →



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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Captain Crash a Weekend Warrior from Huntington Beach

Date Reviewed: December 21, 2011

Strengths:    This review is for the original Strykr, 2010 model but the design is very similar. Beam pattern is excellent with the wide reflector. Light output, even with 700 lumens (2010 model). Battery lasts for 2 rides, 3 hours each. Durability, strong outer casing to prevent "fall-apart". Water proof, good if you get caught in the rain or want to go snorkeling.

Weaknesses:    The stock bar-mount uses zip ties, which is OK unless you have multiple bikes you need a light on. but mount upgrades are available. Not the lightest light if that bothers you.The battery is large and velcros straps on, it works but not elegant. Not the lightest light if that bothers you.

Bottom Line:   
Worth every penny, the beam and light output are excellent. It drowns out my buddies lights, they hate to ride in front of me.

Got a deal on mine when I turned in my old light. Go read the "Lights and Night Riding" thread and talk to BajaDesignsShannon.

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Favorite Trail:   Luge

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $200.00

Purchased At:   www.bajadesigns.com

Similar Products Used:   Niterider, the moon

Bike Setup:   Pivot Firebird, Soul Cycles Titan

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by spec306 a Cross Country Rider from San Jose

Date Reviewed: October 27, 2011

Strengths:    Incredibly bright and built like a tank, though not heavy, and water proof. The Stryker II throws a great beam with a nice spot plus a good halo. One cool thing is that the Stryker comes with two lenses -- a spot and a wide beam. I've only put in a few rides so far using the wide beam but I think I'll keep the wide beam.

Great warranty on both the head unit and the battery and BajaDesigns is local so if there ever is a problem I'm confident it will be taken care of right away. In fact, I did have a minor issue (received two spot lenses) and Shannon took care of it right away.


Weaknesses:    The only "weakness" is the standard bar mount. Now, it is not a bad mount but they have an optional mount for the Stryker that comes standard with the Double Stryk. I went ahead and purchased and it was a very worthwhile upgrade.

Bottom Line:   
The Stryker II is built to last. Very bright and puts out a nice white light compared to my old Niterider which had a blue-grey'ish light.

Customer service seems top notch and they are here in the US in San Diego.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Similar Products Used:   Niterider TriNewt
Niterider MiNewt



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BD Double Stryk (helmet) vs Strykr II & SL (helmet/bar combo)

I'm going to upgrade my NR Pro 600 and Sigma light setup and pretty certain of going with BD. Was thinking of the Double Stryke as I like the idea of having one light but after reading some posts I'm debating whether an SL and Stryk II helmet/bar would be a better setup. The bar/handlebar would ove ... Read More »

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