Stay Safe And Seen — Front And Rear
The NiteRider Lumina Pro 1200/Vmax+ 150 Light Set delivers a powerful 1200 lumen output up front and 150 in the rear, enabling safer night and low-light riding. Daylight flash modes increase visibility to motorists. The Lumina Pro 1200 is ideal for commuting, road riding and even night time trail exploration.
The Lumina Pro 1200 introduces the Boost feature and its varying modes—showcasing an unrivaled widespread beam pattern. This headlamp also features color-coded light modes displayed through the power button switch. Additional features include an 8 Step Fuel Gauge and a highly durable light housing with Dupont Fiberglass reinforced nylon meeting all required FL1 Standards for impact testing and dust/water resistance.
The Vmax+ 150 tail light uses a unique COB (Chip On Board) LED system which uses 36 miniature LED's to create highly visible light patterns while keeping the size as compact as possible. The entire tail light system weighs in at just 59 grams and can be mounted to your seat post or worn on your clothing. NiteRider loaded this light up with six light modes, including four flash modes and two steady modes.
Lumen Output: 1200
8 Modes with Run Times: 0:45-18:00h
Charge Time: 4:00h
Water / Dust Resistant IP64 Rated
Internal lithium ion battery
Includes: Lumina Pro 1200 front light, handlebar clamp mount and USB-C charging cable
- Lumen output: 150
- Six light modes four flash modes with two steady modes
- USB-C Rechargeable
- IP64 Rated Water / Dust Resistant
- Charge Time: 2:00h
- Adjustable seat post strap mount
- Runtimes of up to 27:30
- Weight: 60g
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Great lights front and rear!
The only problem I've found is the headlight switches are much more likely to be pushed accidentally than my older NightRider lights, so I make sure to lock it out before stowing it in my pack. Before I did that my battery went dead twice.
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