Cygolite TridenX 1300 OSP Lights

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 20, 2020]
Mikey M


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

I bought this light about 10-11 years ago I believe. Still using the same Li-Ion battery and light, it has worked flawlessly. I've had it in just about every weather condition. It was expensive, about $300 when I bought it that long ago...but it still works awesome. I guess you get what you pay for. Was surprised to see that Cygolite has discontinued it.

Weakness:

I actually haven't found any weaknesses for this light. Would buy another one without hesitation 1) if I needed one, and 2) if Cygolite still made it.

Price Paid:
$300
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2009
[Oct 29, 2015]
willtsmith_nwi

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Bright flat beam with no edges or hot spots.

Weakness:

No USB charging option. No headband option.

Great light with no discernible hot spots or edges. The 1300 makes my older 600 look like a camp light. Tons of light on "high", no need for boost. The mounts are good, the casing is small and sturdy. The connectors are solid.

Similar Products Used:

Cygolite TridenX 600. Magicshine 600.

[Nov 02, 2014]
centalcoastkid

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

brite with several lighting options

Weakness:

meh , everything has a weakness, if I had to give this it would be the time limit with it on high . but I ride with it on the next level down and its plenty of light .

started out using it on my bars with a cygo 360 on my helmet having it mounted on the bars created a lot of shadows (you think you see things from the corners of your eyes) lol , so switched and find it much better .the 360 on the bars is plenty .

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