NiteRider Lumina 1100 Boost Lights

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Niterider Lumina 1100 Boost Light don't let the dark put a damper on your ride Niterider's new Lumina 1100 Boost features a variety of...

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[Nov 05, 2019]
Michaelnelson


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

It's bright has 3 modes and I only have felt the need for the lowest setting. I don't often ride in the dark but each time it has guided me home. Battery life is great so far but I have idea how much is left or if it indicates you somehow. I just charge each time or every so many weeks. I have crashed with it mounted to my bars about 4 times and it still functions just fine.

Weakness:

The mount on handlebars is either too tight or too lose. Also where it clips the light to the mount it doesn't always catch. It's a good design maybe mine is just flawed from a crash or something.

Price Paid:
120.00
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2018
[Oct 18, 2017]
Aaron Summers
All Mountain Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Lightweight, bright enough for most rides.

Weakness:

Narrow beam pattern - more spot than flood. A bit too long to be mounted on the front of most helmets (this is where I like my lights) - makes it hard to get the right angle. However works just fine when mounted to the top of the helmet.

Walk mode takes too long to access - I would like to see it moved in with the other main light levels.

I've been using a NR Pro 3000 on my helmet for a few years, which has been overkill and also a bit heavy. I wanted a lighter, self-contained unit without cables. The Lumina is primarily advertised as a Road Cycling light, however when I saw they upped the output to 1100, I had to grab one.

I found the light is plenty bright for most rides, however a bit more Lumens and a wider beam pattern is desired when the trail gets twisty and technical. I found a 2nd one for cheap, so I am now attempting to use two on my helmet - one with a diffuser to create a flood beam. I will update my review after I have tested this.

With the lockable switch, it makes a great light to stash in a jersey or backpack pocket for those evening rides which take longer than expected, or as a spare if your main lights fail.

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