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Moon LX-100 USB Rechargeable Front Light

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Product description

100 lumen safety light

The Moon LX-100 front bike light delivers 100 lumens, is compact and USB rechargeable making it the ideal daily commuter light.

Multiple brightness modes

There are 6 brightness modes to choose from. This allows you to optimise the LX-100 front light for the riding conditions. Opt for higher lumen output for increased visibility or Flashing for a longer battery life.

Side visibility

Cutaways at the lens allow for impressive side visibility for added safety when approaching junctions, crossings and roundabouts.

Features

  • 1 x CREE XP-E LED
  • Rechargeable lithium polymer battery (3.7v / 550mAh)
  • USB rechargeable
  • Water resistant headlight with durable aluminium alloy case
  • 6 modes
  • Standard - 30 lumens, 4 hours 30 mins runtime
  • High - 50 lumens, 2 hours 30 mins runtime
  • Overdrive - 100 lumens. 1 hour 20 mins runtime
  • Flashing - 5 hours 30 mins runtime
  • Strobe - 2 hours 45 mins runtime
  • Quick release handlebar bracket
  • Low battery indicator and charge indicator
  • Auto charge cut off system
  • High precision optical lens
  • Side visibility
  • 54g
  • Charge time - 3 hours

Moon LX-100 USB Rechargeable Front Light Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.5
out of 5
4.50
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
4
Value For Money
5.00

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Good product

I've used Moon LX-100 to ride in the unlit Richmond Park after sunset. Visibilty is excellent in the overdrive mode (100 lm), the road ahead is visible for good 100 m or more. The reasons I did not give all performance stars are: 1) bike mount using hooks and elastic cord is very inconvenient for a commuter that needs to recharge the light every day; 2) low battery warning (yellow indicator) appeared after 50min in standard (30 lm) mode and 20min in overdrive (100 lm) mode, which is substantially below the specs. However, the light beam did not diminish, so this could be related to the LiPo operating in low temperature.

I've used Moon LX-100 to ride in the unlit Richmond Park after sunset. Visibilty is excellent in the overdrive mode (100 lm), the road ahead is visible for good 100 m or more. The reasons I did not give all performance stars are: 1) bike mount using hooks and elastic cord is very inconvenient for a commuter that needs to recharge the light every day; 2) low battery warning (yellow indicator) appeared after 50min in standard (30 lm) mode and 20min in overdrive (100 lm) mode, which is substantially below the specs. However, the light beam did not diminish, so this could be related to the LiPo operating in low temperature.

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4.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 3.5/5
Value For Money: 5/5