With 850 lumens of power coming from three LEDs, this is a super little light in more ways than one. We tested the flood version but it comes in a spotlight version, too.
An off-road night rider might benefit from both, but the flood version was spot-on for road riding, though we did try it in the woods and didn’t have any problems; it lights up a three-metre width of track in detail for 35 metres.
The lamp has commute, low power, high and boost modes, plus flash and smart
boost – a three-minute burst of extra light above high. These are cycled through by using a small lever switch in a series of up and down clicks. Initial charge time is seven hours, but the full battery lasts up to 80 hours, and there’s a useful light fuel gauge on the lamp so you can factor in re-charges. The lamp unit is neat; the bracket nice and secure; and the battery pack light, small and fitted into a snug Velcro-on carry bag.
Contact : www.lumicycle.co.uk