Lupine Wilma 6 Lights

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $595.00

Product Description

Wilma is the universal weapon in the fight against darkness. Long time favourite of 24hr solo competitors, Wilma was developed to deliver a well-balanced combination of battery life, power, and handling. With a phenomenal 2400 Lumens, even the darkest path is brightly lit. The uni-fit mount allows for the lamp to be mounted on a helmet, a headband or the handlebar tool free in just seconds. Individually customizable light levels provide for an ideal adjustment to different requirements. The most amazing thing is that this year’s Wilma is as bright as last year’s Betty!

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Lupine Wilma 6 Pro Review

The Lupine Wilma 6 is a little beast. At only 364 grams, it puts out a staggering 2340 Lumens. And though $595 is not cheap, it’s actually a great value delivering a very competitive 4 Lumens per dollar. That makes it the best value in the Lupine line and better than some Chinese manufactured lights. Such are great figures when you talk about a German made light that is designed and manufactured to last a decade instead of a year. It is a light you can depend on in the harshest, most remote conditions. Continue reading →

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by RobT01 a Cross Country Rider from MI

Date Reviewed: November 11, 2008

Strengths:    Great light. Small, light, precise, and best of all German! This light is very well thought out. The helmet mount is cool, the bar mounting is stable and the battery last forever. This type of light is not your first light, but it will be your last. I have had lights since the early 90's. We have Night Sun's, Jets, and Night Riders. The Lupine's are the best I have ever seen. I just bought the Tesla 4 for my wife and it's awesome. The combination of a Wilma and Tesla works very well.

Weaknesses:    The cost is a little high. But working with Todd at Gretna has been a lot of help.

Bottom Line:   
After doing night rides since 1992 I have seen it all. Lupine is the best I have owned and the best I have used. Can't wait for MTBR to make a category for Tesla 4. The review will be the same, spectacular. Thank you Todd and Lupine for making such a great product.

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Favorite Trail:   18 Mile, Frutia

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $680.00

Purchased At:   Gretna

Similar Products Used:   Night Sun, Jet,and Night Rider

Bike Setup:   Trek Top Fuel, Fuel EX, Elite, OCLV, and old school Paramount

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by John from Tulsa, OK, USA

Date Reviewed: April 30, 2008

Strengths:    Incredibly bright, even light; small and lightweight so it isn't affected by vibration. It's programmable so it can be customized to the individual. Comes with both handlebar and helmet mounts and an extra cord for helmet use as well as a nice padded carrying case. The charger has LED's that flash to show how much charge the battery required. All in all, a very nice package that works extremely well.

Weaknesses:    Price.

Bottom Line:   
Overall this is a great light. I would recommend this light to anyone that wants excellent lighting in a reliable package and doesn't mind paying for it.

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Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $695.00

Purchased At:   Gretna Bikes

Similar Products Used:   Various other LED and HID lights.

Bike Setup:   2001 Schwinn Fastback LTD and 2001 Rocket 88 Stage 1

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Wilma 6 vs Wilma 9 vs Wilma 12

you probably think i should be able to figure this one out on my own based on my riding habits ... but i just don't know what " UP TO 1 hr. 30 min " translates to in the REAL WORLD. because for example my mother's android phone is supposed to have several hundred hours of standby battery life and ... Read More »

Problem with charging my Wilma 6

I have a Wilma 6 and I've just recently run into problems. First, my battery was dying. I generally got 4+ hours of burn-time on high, but it started dropping to 1.5 hours. Now, my micro-charger seems like it's dying as well. When I plug it into the wall, the micro-charger flashes it's green L ... Read More »

Paid SPAM- Wilma 6 for sale

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Lupine Wilma 6 vs. NR TriNewt Wireless

Obvious differences: 1. $! $695 for the Wilma 6 and $499 for the wireless TriNewt. 2. Lumens! Wilma-830 Lumens :eek: and TriNewt 486. [B]TriNewt[/B] Wireless (3)LED Li-Ion 3 Light Settings: High / Low / Flash Wireless Remote Low Battery Indicator 486 Lumens 3:30-7:00 HR Regulated Run ... Read More »

Wilma 6 x L&M ARC Li-ion - tested!

Does the world need another LED x HID or another Wilma 6 X ARC comparative? I dunno, but since this is a lighting forum I decided to post my first impressions after riding with these two lights together. First, a short background: I´ve been riding offroad in the dark since I got into mountain bik ... Read More »

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