Review – Nite Ize Radiant 750 Rechargeable Front Bike Light

Nite Ize Radiant 750 Rechargeable Bike Light
The Nite Ize Radiant 750 Front Bike Light is a compact but powerful rechargeable LED bicycle light; ideal for frequent commuting, or as an auxiliary light for longer rides on unlit roads. Its highlights include the simple and universal tool-free mount, and the superb build quality.

The Nite Ize Radiant 750 puts out 750 lumens on maximum power and will last for two hours run time in that high output mode. On low power mode it lasts 17 hours, at 75 lumens brightness — this lower power output is not enough to light up an unlit road, but it is certainly enough to 'be seen'.

The front bike light mounts using a universal tool-free wristwatch-style strap handlebar mount, which the light then slides into. The box also includes a helmet mount — providing plenty of versatile mounting options. It also works great as a torch off the bike.

The build quality of the Nite Ize Radiant 750 is high, and the unit is weather resistant and robust in feel. The internal lithium ion battery recharges via a supplied micro-USB cable, and takes about 3.5 hours to reach full charge from empty.

There are three modes on the light: High, Low, and Flashing; you toggle between them using the button on the top of the unit, which also doubles as a battery level indicator.

Overall, the Nite Ize Radiant 750 is a versatile and well-made bike light. For riding on unlit roads you will need to use the high power mode, and accept the relatively short run time; but for riding in areas with street lights (using Low power or Flash), or as a back-up front light, this little unit is well worth having on your handlebars.

>> Shop the Nite Ize Radiant 750 Front Light here <<


The Nite Ize Radiant 750 Front Bike Light was provided to lifeinthesaddle.cc for testing and review

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

7 Tips – Bikepacking and Cycle Touring Meals and Food

What Is in Your Gravel Adventure Handlebar Bag?

Bike Review – Quella Bicycle Varsity Single Speed Bike

What Is in Your Gravel Adventure Jersey Pockets?

Review – TRP Spyre SLC Cable Disc Brakes