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Fenix BT20 Lights

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $170.00


Product Description

BT20 is a specially designed professional bicycle light for bicycle enthusiasts. It delivers a max 750-lumen output. Employing the pioneering dual distance beam system, the upward beam of BT20 is refracted by the lens, forming an auxiliary beam in the front area of the wheels where ordinary bicycle light can not reach. With its advanced aspherical light cup design and broad beam distance up to 156m, it can bring the users a broader view in the night riding.
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Fenix BT20 Pro Review

Fenix claimed 750 Lumens and they measured in at 771 Lumens in our integrating sphere. That’s a good start from this flashlight company that is debuting in the bike light market. They also did a bunch of development to get a beam pattern that has a broad beam for peripheral vision and a narrow beam for throw. It seems to work well as the light is used more efficiently than just a big round beam pattern. The light is available without batteries or a charger for $96. Continue reading →



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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Gibbsinator a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: October 6, 2013

Strengths:    Powerful
Beam Pattern
Versatility


Weaknesses:    Battery Pack is heavy and bulky

Bottom Line:   
So the light and battery pack are seperate, which isn't really a weakness, the pack can be strapped securely to your frame or go in a backpack, meaning the light on top of your head would be pretty lightweight. I have tried head mount and handlebar mount, and handlebars work great honestly. This light has a great beam pattern, and turbo mode isn't always necessary. If you had only one light for this price, I am pretty sure this one wins. There are some really expensive lights out there that are better, or two really good ones, but this light is dang good. I feel very comfortable with 750 lumens. I purchased this light, a charger, and two LI-ion batteries on Amazon for $125. You will need batteries, I recommend getting two 18650s and a charger. Light swivels and thanks to the o ring mounts, you can also tilt the light. So you can turn the light as needed, and with bar or head mount, you can use the light anyway you want.

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Duration Product Used:   5 hours

Purchased At:   Amazon.com

Bike Setup:   Cannonade F5

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Fenix BT20 users-- hows it going?

Not too much info on this light since the talk about the bad battery indicator in the pre production model-- wondering if I should take that as a sign. I need a new light for some bikepacking trips coming up starting next week and was wondering how this light is treating you? I will already be carry ... Read More »

Fenix BT20

Hi All, I too was chosen to review the new Fenix BT20 from a list of applicants that applied back in October 2012. This product was sent to me free of charge and I have no direct affiliations with this company. This review will be picture intensive with the intent that it provide as much infor ... Read More »

User review Fenix BT20

I was chosen to review the new Fenix BT20 from a list of applicants that applied back in October 2012. [B]This product was sent to me free of charge and I have no direct affiliations with this company.[/B] My objectives for this test will be to provide my option on: 1 - Quality of the components ... Read More »

Fenix BT10 or BT20?

Fenix has announced its new bike lights BT10 and BT20. BT10, utilizes Cree XP-G(R5) neutral white LED, MSRP $80, delivering max 350 lumens(ANSI standards); BT20, utilizes Cree XM-L(T6) neutral white LED, MSRP $100, delivering max 750 lumens((ANSI standards)). Which one would you prefer? For the LED, ... Read More »

Awesome video about Fenix Bike Light BT20

[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABmwlrFWNOk&feature=plcp]Fenix BT20 Bike Light-The world's first dual distance beam system - YouTube[/url] It's said that Fenix BT20 is the world's first dual distance beam system. What do you think of BT20?:)Read More »

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