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Moon Vortex Pro USB Rechargeable Light

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Be seen on city streets and light your way through the park. The Moon Vortex Pro is a front bike light that is ideal for winter training and urban cycling in low light conditions. With run times over 80 hours this USB rechargeable cycle light can be mounted on your handle bars or on your helmet as an additional light for serious night riding off-the-beaten-track.

You get plenty of brightness modes with the Vortex Pro for all situations including a Day Flash mode for enhanced visibility during daylight hours.

Key Features:

  • 10 light modes: Boost mode, 4 steady modes, 4 flashing modes, SOS mode
  • Maximum output 800 lumens
  • Run time: 1.45 - 90 hours
  • Water resistant
  • Cree LED
  • Built in battery indicator

The Moon Vortex Pro front bike light is perfect for on-road cycling and commuting with a powerful max 900-lumen beam. You get plenty of brightness modes with the Vortex Pro for all situations including a Day Flash mode for enhanced visibility during daylight hours. When biking through unlit areas switch the Moon Vortex into Boost Mode for an impressive 900 lumen. Built from CNC aluminium the Vortex is tough, stylish and helps prevent the LED from getting too hot. USB rechargeable, you can power the Moon front light in any USB port.

Key Features:

  • 1 CREE XM-L2 high brightness LED
  • CNC Aluminium heat sink light cap
  • Mode memory function
  • Day flash mode
  • Boost mode, 4 steady modes, 4 flashing modes, SOS mode
  • Quick release rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (3.7V 3350 mAh)
  • Quick release universal bracket (fits all round and AERO style bars)
  • Mode indicator
  • Low battery, charging and fully charged indicator
  • Automatic fully charged cut-off system
  • High precision optical lens
  • Side visibility
  • Recharge time 4hrs
  • Water Resistance (IPX 4)
  • Size (W x D x H): 30 x 31 x 111mm
  • Weight: 0.230Kg / Packing & Package: 0.1Kg

In the box:

  • METEOR VORTEX PRO
  • RB-25 (Handlebar bracket)
  • RB-16 (Helmet bracket)
  • USB-WP (Water resistant USB cable)
  • LX-BAT-3350 (LG Lithium-ion battery 3350 mAh)
  • USB-RM-350 (USB remote control 350 mm)

Mode | Lumen | Runtime

BOOST | 900 | 1:45

MODE 1 | 700 | 2:30

MODE 2 | 400 | 4:30

MODE 3 | 200 | 9:00

MODE 4 | 80 | 22:00

FL 1 | 20 | 80:00

FL 2 | 100 | 24:00

FL 3 | 20/400 | 18:00

DAY FL | 400 | 48:00

SOS | 90:00


Moon Vortex Pro USB Rechargeable Light Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.6
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4.58
Build Quality
4.75
Performance
5
Value For Money
4.25

Customer Reviews (2)

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MOON VORTEX PRO USB RECHARGEABLE LIGHT

EASY TO CHARGE & SET UP. great LUMINESCENCE VALUE FOR MONEY

EASY TO CHARGE & SET UP. great LUMINESCENCE VALUE FOR MONEY

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4.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 4.5/5
5
High end light without breaking the bank

I would describe the light as a top end commuter light. It's probably as much as you need spend on a light unless you're doing some crazy nighttime forest rights and need a supernova to see. It's the same LED and battery (Cree XM-L2 + 18650) as in the light I replaced, but in a convenient package, perfect for commuting. The old light had a separate (non weatherproof) battery pack which attached to the handlebars with velcro which was getting very tired. The Quick Release Moon bracket is much better for taking off to recharge (via USB). The 18650 battery means plenty of capacity and power on high lumens modes although it uses a Moon modified battery with modified terminals which means you can't just pop in a standard battery bought off ebay and need to buy their own one if you need a replacement. There are lots of flash modes and brightnesses to choose from and there's an led which indicates which one is active. I usually use the solid+flash mode. I've only been using it a week, but very happy so far. I got it for £40 on sale. Not sure I would have bought it for more though. Great service from Tredz as usual.

I would describe the light as a top end commuter light. It's probably as much as you need spend on a light unless you're doing some crazy nighttime forest rights and need a supernova to see. It's the same LED and battery (Cree XM-L2 + 18650) as in the light I replaced, but in a convenient package, perfect for commuting. The old light had a separate (non weatherproof) battery pack which attached to the handlebars with velcro which was getting very tired. The Quick Release Moon bracket is much better for taking off to recharge (via USB). The 18650 battery means plenty of capacity and power on high lumens modes although it uses a Moon modified battery with modified terminals which means you can't just pop in a standard battery bought off ebay and need to buy their own one if you need a replacement. There are lots of flash modes and brightnesses to choose from and there's an led which indicates which one is active. I usually use the solid+flash mode. I've only been using it a week, but very happy so far. I got it for £40 on sale. Not sure I would have bought it for more though. Great service from Tredz as usual.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5

Bike Lights Guide

What are bike lights?

Bike lights are vital accessories which attach to your handlebars, seatpost, helmet, bag or jersey. Their function is simple – to help you to see and be seen.

Who needs bike lights?

Everyone needs bike lights! It’s a legal requirement to use front and rear lights on your bike between sunset and sunrise, but they are also useful when visibility is poor – in the fog for example.

What are the choices?

Light technology is ever evolving and the choice is enormous. Always think “the brighter the better” and look for a higher lumen output when choosing. There are lights that run on batteries or beams which can be recharged via plug or a handy USB socket (great for topping up at work). Some lights have battery packs and most have a selection of modes to choose from. You’ll definitely need the brightest lights if you ride wooded trails as you’ll really need to see where you’re going!

What should I buy with them?

Spare batteries are handy if your bike runs on these, as is a charger if it’s rechargeable. Spare mounts are always useful, especially if you have more than one bike. A helmet mount points the beam where you’re looking, rather than the direction your bike is pointing.

Anything else?

Don’t get caught out – a spare back up light is a great purchase in case your ride goes on longer than anticipated or the lights go out earlier than expected. 

See our Lights guide for more.

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