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  • what is the brightest
  • aaronsaph
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    looking to buy some lights ready for winter (i know i know) i really fancy the exposure six pack but what is the brightest light you can buy?

    regards
    aaron

    aaronsaph
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    anyone???

    TandemJeremy
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    trout lumen liberator. Luminous also of these parts builds a similar one of mega power. I wouldn’t look further than them

    iainc
    Full Member

    whatever you buy now will not be the brightest come August….

    fadda
    Full Member

    Bought a lumen liberator from Troutie (he posts on here) last winter – think you’ll struggle to get more/more usable light from much else…

    Junkyard
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    brightness is nto necessarily the be all and end all you always want run time and fun time. IMHO too much light ruins the night part of night riding
    That said I use a trout but an older one at about 900 lumens
    If you already have a battery think about what will be compatabile with that

    aaronsaph
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    where can you buy them from?

    TandemJeremy
    Free Member

    http://www.troutie.com/

    http://www.luminouslights.co.uk/

    These guys are almost always one step ahead of the big boys and while the lights are expensive they are good and cheper than teh opposition.

    Myself I think its too much and would go for cheaper alternatives – search dealextreme for p7 for examples.

    hungrymonkey
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    pure output isn’t the most important thing – gotta think of light ‘warmth’, battery life, beam spread and focus etc etc etc…

    while i’m sure a lot of people will disagree, my favourite light i’ve used is my halogen lumicycle – the ‘yellow’ light gives much better definition of the ground conditions, ime/imo. certainly not the ‘brightest’ lights though…

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