NiteRider MiNewt.X2 Dual LED Light Review

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December 24, 2011
 
Pros: Dual adjust ability. 1.25 hr on high.

Cons: Dual adjust ability. 3 hr charge. Battery discharges quick when not in use.

Recommendation: On my 2nd season with these lights. No problem. Lights are getting yellow over time from white. I have the 400 lumens, not the 300 in the review.





April 7, 2009
 
Pros: Super bright with plenty of battery light for most kinds of riding, a smart charger that doesn't rely on you keeping track of how long it's been charging. Having two actual light sources is great for customizing what in front of you gets lit up based on what you're doing.

Cons: Almost too bright- even on low, these overpower my 10W TrailRat helmet light which means you should have a pretty bight helmet light if using these on your bars. No way to mount somewhere other than the bars. No storage bag included in packaging (though these fit in my TrailRat bag with it). No way to only use one light.

Recommendation: While a little on the pricey side for handlebar only lights, these work great as a complement for a helmet light for mountain biking, and work equally well on a commuter or road bike in the dark. Don't try and use these as your only light mountain biking as not having a helmet light will really slow you down.



NiteRider MiNewt.X2 Dual LED 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.