Struggling to see on your evening rides? Craving extra protection from cars that drive way too fast? Refresh your ride with the NiteRider Lumina Micro 900 Front Light. Simply attach this powerful light and you're good to go!
Durable construction takes this multi-purpose front light from good to great. A blinding 900 lumens of brightness allows you to see and be seen. Featuring 4 light levels as well as a Daylight Flash mode to ensure incredible visibility with ease. The highly housing means you can safely bike without any worries of possible breakages.
Never ride in the dark again with the super bright NiteRider Lumina Micro 900 Front Light. Bike through the night in style, with the security that this ultra-bright light provides.
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Mfg PartNum: 7700
Max. Lumens: 900
Max. Runtime: 4:30 Hours
Weight: 130 gm
Light Type: Rechargeable
Have NR 1000 light on bike, bought second NR Lumina Micro 900 to mount on helmet for nighttime Fat Biking in Alaska, its nice to see moose before you get stomped. Have been impressed with battery life even at extremely cold temperatures. Blinking feature is nice for extra visibility along roads in the daylight.
Light Weight, small form factor
Bright mostly kept on medium
Battery life enough for 2 hr ride kept mostly on medium.
Wider than regular lumina lights interferes with bike computer
Black color, wish it was a brighter color so it's easy to find in case it falls off.
Would buy again
I bought this as a helmet light for MTB riding in the dark. This light does not last as long as advertised before needing recharged. I went on a MTB night ride with it fully charged and on the middle setting, and it died after 1.5 hours. Good thing I had a CygoLight on my handlebar.
Of course very bright with 900 lumens. I feel safe tightening the plastic bracket (with rubber shim if needed) onto carbon handlebar. I like the blink mode for safety on daytime rides.