to get the same kind of wide coverage without any overblown hotspot that blinds people directly behind you - is there any alternative to NiteFlux ?
i really like the NiteFlux and i would get it if it was a more reputable company with good customer support.
i tried Dinotte 300R last year but found it too directional. the quality and power were great, but the beam was too focused, and the "low" setting wasn't low enough - still blinding to others.
i just looked at the new Exposure light and it has the same problem - great quality and output but too focused. can't these people get a clue ? why do they keep copying each other's mistakes ?
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