DesignShine DS-1300 - 2013 Mtbr Lights Shootout

The DesignShine DS-1300 is an engineering marvel. It uses three Cree XP-Gs and three Cree XP-Es in a head unit size that would typically be used to house one or two LEDs. To keep it cool, deep fins were machined to create 30+ square inches of cooling area. The six LEDs work in concert to create a be ...    Read More »

2013 Bike Lights Shootout - 50 LED Lights Measured

The 2013 Bike Lights Shootout is here! The batteries are charged and the lux meter and lumisphere are ready. We’ve been riding these lights for the last few weeks and the progress in LED technology is dramatic once again.   Read More »

2012 Bike Lights Shootout

  The 2013 Bike Lights Shootout has now been released. Check out the links below and see our very comprehensive tests on a wide range of bike lights. 2013 Bike Lights Shootout » 2013 Backyard Beam Pattern Comparisons » 2013 Tunnel Beam Pattern Comparisons » 2013 Mtbr Lux measurements » ...    Read More »

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Designshine lights

Thanks again Steve! Just got my new DS1300 and it's great.:thumbsup:Read More »

Finally Lights Worthy To Ride At Night Safely! (DesignShine Review)

I ride on local roads near my home during the week to prep me for weekend "mountain biking". I only can ride during dark hours (early morning (5 ~ 6 AM) or evenings (8 ~ 9 PM)) because of work schedule and to avoid the masses of zombie-like Miami drivers. For a long time I have been using anemic "bl ... Read More »

Designshine lights 1300

Got my new DS1300 Thursday and rode with it lastnight for the first time...and all i can say is's like riding in the daytime.Man this thing is bright!Read More »

DesignShine... WOW!

I just got me a DesignShine taillight... and it is astounding. :eek: I never though I'd see such a thing, but somebody has just bested the venerable DiNotte 400R. I put them side by side outside, the difference is plainly visible. I'll post a video shortly, but first I have some work-type work to ... Read More »

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