Development Server
  |   Rate it:

Where to buy Securitying Waterproof 1200 Lumens CREE XM-L T6    SEE ALL

Product info

****   Add a review
1 Singletracks members own this.
#87 out of 131 Lights
Brand: Securitying

I Have One!   Add to another list

Rider questions

Add a review



  • AJ711   ✓ supporter

    I didn't like the idea of spending $texas on a light as I wasn't 100% sure I'd like night riding. I found these knock-offs on Amazon for $25'ish and figured why not? And they are compatible with most MagicShine style light accessories, making upgrading and fixing them an easy job.

    I bought 3. One for the helmet, so I can have light where I'm looking (very useful in turns), and two for the bike. The two on the bike are split, one is a spot and I picked up a diffused lens to spread the light out (30* swatch, vice 10*), spilling out on to the wider portions of the trail.

    When I'm in a group, I can run all 3 lights at their lowest setting and I have plenty of light available to me. Pick up the pace or ride by myself, and I'll run the lights at the medium setting, still netting me hours of available light. And, if I should have a battery pack or light fail, I have 2 still going to (hopefully) get me back to my car.

    If you think you might be interested in doing night rides, these lights are the perfect option to try it out without breaking the bank.

    Cheap price
    High lumen output
    compatible with pricier makes/models

    No orange peel coating in reflector
    single strap on battery pack holder

    Reply | Thank

W3 Total Cache is currently running in Pro version Development mode.