NiteRider MiNewt 350 Cordless Lights

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $109.99


Product Description

Don’t like fussing with headlamp or battery cables?ThenThe MiNewt Cordless is perfect for you.This lighting system incorporates allThe great features found onThe MiNewt Mini;The difference isThe Cordless is completely self-contained and does not use any battery cables. All ofThese features, plus a blinding 350 lumens, come at a priceThat won’t breakThe bank. A newly incorporated walk mode further increases runTime. RunTime 2hrs high (350 lumens) 3:30hrs med (225 lumens)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by david a Commuter

Date Reviewed: March 5, 2012

Strengths:    good quality, sturdy, 5 light settings including flash mode, adequate bracket for on road.

Weaknesses:    cycling through light modes a little confusing, very minor issue.

Bottom Line:   
Very happy with light. I use for evening commute. More lumens than needed for well lit streets. Good for riding on dark streets. Easy to remove and place in coat pocket when locking up bike. Very maneuverable light swivels left to right and adjusts higher or lower.



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