Hope R8 LED Lights

Eight Cree XPG LEDs behind our own custom optic allowing user selectable beam anglesprovide you with eight different intensity levels with a light output of up to 2000 measured lumens. Dual sequence operation simplifies and facilitates mode selection. Race sequence offers the highest of the power levels with an emphasis on light output. Trail sequence offers flash mode and the more economical power levels including selectable beam distribution: spot or flood. Burn time with the standard 5200mAh battery pack ranges from 1:15 hours in maximum, to over 16:00 hours in ultra low.

User Reviews (1)

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WilfDall   Cross Country Rider [Nov 02, 2014]
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Useful light output for commuting [R4 was not bright enough] battery can also be paired up with Hope's District rear light. Battery easily lasts all week on a 20mile a day commute. Also the low battery warning allows you enough time to get to your destination before completely dying [unlike some other lights I have used]. Light output useful although don't use brightest setting. Quality of of light and battery is pretty faultless, and unlike cheap asian imports you have a great sales back up if you have problems.

Weakness:

Battery is a bit weighty, also expensive if bought a RRP but seems to be available much cheaper on many internet sites. I think the flash mode is a little bright for road cycling.

Probably a bit heavy for a road bike although the performance of the battery and light make up for this, I would rather have a reliable poweful light and gain a bit of extra weight.
Great light

Similar Products Used: L & M: Secca 400, Vega
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