NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 Lights

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0NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 is proves good things can come in small packages.This tiny powerhouse has an output of 750 lumens and coming in at under 300grams is light as a feather. The MiNewt Pro 750 is at home equally on the trail or on your commute. NiteR

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[Jan 06, 2012]
eshew
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Super bright, comes with helmet & bar mounts. Relatively fast charge

Weakness:

O-ring mount broke on 3rd use on one of the 2 lights I have. Bring a zip tie or 2 with you as you can secure the light quite well with a full length one in a pinch.

Aside from the O-ring issues (zip ties are a great trail fix) This light is BRIGHT! and an absolute pleasure to ride on the trail with.

Similar Products Used:

Minewt 350

[Nov 17, 2011]
MudBog
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Super bright, even on lower settings. Extremely light and compact and battery life is excellent if you manage it well. Beam is very wide and useable light for a single light setup

Weakness:

Single beam so no stacking. Battery sometimes doesn't work after charging and must be put back on charger for a few seconds to make it work. Better test before you leave or you could get to trail and find out you have no light. Not sure if I have a defective unit or what

Love this light. It is way brighter and has more usable light distribution than all of my buddies' older style lights. When riding on the street between trailheads it can be set to the lowest setting and there is plenty of light and the battery life is 10 hours so it doesn't drain the battery hardly at all in those sections. Would highly recommend this light, you won't be disappointed.

Similar Products Used:

older niterider lights, MiNewt 300 USB for helmet

[Oct 14, 2011]
IRMTBR
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Simple, compact, bright.

Weakness:

Actually might be too bright - I would like a lower setting than "Walk" for a longer run time, because on "Walk" you can see a whole lot. The spot is a little narrow

For the price this is a great light - LEDs have really come down in price. It provides plenty of light for trail and on high I don't run out of light until I get up around 30 MPH. The spot is a bit too narrow for my preferences. There are brighter and better out there, but not for this price.

Similar Products Used:

TurboCat, older niterider gear

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