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Almost sun light!!! abre mucho
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  • posted bybenarch on 11/25/2014

    I use this head light for mtb night rides. The light spread is amazing. It has a plastic ring that heated, and fell of it's place. It needed to be placed back. Other than that it's a good head light for the money.

    Impression:Almost sun light!!!;

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  • posted byepohRst on 11/17/2014

    Bun foco para la bici, abre mucho, como unos 4 metros y llega ahasta unos 7 metros de largo, junto con otro foco que tengo que cierra mas es perfecto para meterte por cualquier lugar. Su duracion aprox esta entre las 3 y 4 horas

    Impression:abre mucho;

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  • posted bypaint73 on 10/08/2013

    The big lens gives a very nice even beam spread with widest settings Very bright light! Sturdy construction Zoom easy to access A bit heavy due to the sturdy construction Difficult to run with due to a combination of flimsy head strap and heavy lens. Strobe-light is an annoying part of the power... Read more

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  • posted byneppydotcom on 05/31/2013

    *This light is extremely bright, i mean, EXTREMELY! You can easly dazzle/blind someone even 100m far. *It is very nicely machined and looks pretty good *The light beam is focusable from very open to a very very focused beam *Lens made of glass -also a con- *White light *Almost sealed battery size... Read more

    High power Ultra fire Perfect Fit

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  • posted byshonky2400 on 04/06/2013

    I've found this is a good light, offering a fairly wide focus range, run time is pretty good as well, I'd guess 1-2 hours on high at least double that on the low setting. I use when riding 2-3 times a week for 1-1.5 hours at a time, and I charge the battery about once a week. I typically use the... Read more

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