When you have mounted a NiteRider Lumina 700 Cordless Light on your bike, you are ready for a night excursion with a smaller but more powerful light weight illuminator than what most others have to offer. In the name is 700, that refers to the maximum amount of lumens this light can project on the road way in front of you.
The NiteRider Lumina 700 can be set to 4 different light intensity settings. These are high with 700 lumens, medium at 350 lumens, low at 200 lumens and 40 lumens for walking speed. There is also a flashing mode that can be used at your discretion.
To power the illumination of this bike light is a single Lithium-Ion Batter. It requires 6 hours to be fully charged. The discharge of this power varies depending on the intensity of the beam you decide to use. At high the battery lasts up to 1 ½ hours. On the medium setting the battery lasts up to 3 hours. You can get 5 hours and 55 minutes of light on the low setting and on the walking setting the light will work up to 18 hours.
The NiteRider Lumina 700 Cordless Light can be mounted on either the handlebars or on your helmet. The handle bar mount fits bars up to 1 ¼”. The helmet mount attaches to most standard bicycle helmets. The light itself is an LED for long life and reliability. Click Here for More NiteRider Lumina 700 Cordless Light Review Reviews or to See Pricing.
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