NiteRider Pro 600 LED Older Lights

The Pro 600 will changeThe way you ride. No longer are you limited by manufactures specifications. WithThe new NiteRider D.Y.I. software you can now design you own specs. Need more runTime? No problem, just lower your output settings. Want more light output? Crank up your lumensToThe maximum of 600. You can even customize your own flash rate! With a fully programmable light,The options are virtually limitless, allowing youToTailor fitThe lightTo your ride.The "quick release" battery system makes

User Reviews (4)

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ridered517   Cross Country Rider [Jan 13, 2010]
Strength:

The light is build strong and durable. It is able to take a hit when you crash. Very sturdy and stays tight on your handles bars or helmet in really rough terrain. Build to last. Easy to transfer from bike to bike.

Weakness:

None so far.

I would highly recommend this light to some one that does a lot a night riding.THE light is build to last and easy to swap from bike to bike.It is extremely durable and have used on motocross bike(may not be recommended). The light control out put is very useful and helps extend the run time(Great for 24hr races). The bulb does an excellent job as a spot and flood at the same time.

Similar Products Used: Cygolite Night Rover NiMH
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Longbow   Cross Country Rider [Dec 12, 2009]
Strength:

Weight(since I wear it on my helmet), battery life on high, on/off switch being on the light instead of the battery, it will automatically step down if it gets over heated to protect the bulb(might come in handy in south LA), most of all - the beam since it is like a spot combined with a flood.

Weakness:

I personally have not found any yet.

I have no reason to not highly recommend this light with my short usage of it. I do recommend to shop on-line for the best price - worked for me!

Similar Products Used: Niterider Trinewit
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
KleinBob   Cross Country Rider [Nov 19, 2009]
Strength:

Very bright and well made light. Not sure about the battery/holder. The three electrical contacts could be a problem if they get wet or dirty.

Weakness:

The charger is setup for 2 or 3 different sized batteries. As such, the 600 pro battery fits loosely, and making sure it is in good electrical contact with the charger is a pain. The charger has several leds mounted on a circuit board with light pipes to the case. There is enough light leakage that it's difficult to see which light is on, and which of off. Finally, while charging the battery for the first few times, the error light came on, and I don't know if it stopped charging or not. The slightest bump and the charging indicators go from half charged to full charged. Not the kind of engineering I would expect from what should be a top notch light.

The charger seems to be much lower quality than the light. Charger needs a spacer so the smaller batteries fit into it securely.

Similar Products Used: Niterider Sol and Niterider TriNewt.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
DoodMon   Downhiller [Oct 26, 2009]
Strength:

well designed and build. Reliable in bad drizzly weather. Easy to mount and adjust. Easy to program (you just need to read the manual once to know what to do)

Weakness:

Little complicated but after reading simple user manual it's all easy

I would highly recommend it

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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