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    Quote Originally Posted by sijames View Post
    1.5 hrs run time on high it states.
    For what it's worth, my DiNotte experience is that my light (the older 1200+) will signal "low battery" very early if you use it on HIGH at lower temperatures. Below freezing, maybe 30 minutes. I've consulted DiNotte and tried a couple steps including a new charger and standing in a vat of eels at midnight (ok, not really), and had no improvements. So if your temperatures start dropping into the 40F-50F range, this may be a factor.

    For myself, since I sometimes do a substantial amount of training rides in the winter, I've resorted to a dynamo for my baseline, with battery-powered lights mainly held in reserve for descending or high-traffic areas.

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    Or get more eels and a deeper vat? You can never have enough vats.

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