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    Do you have a link to the Amazon Store Front

    I could not find the store front on Amazon (my faught, i am sure)

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    We do still have it but have moved it to our Amazon store front. (don't ask )
    The accessories will follow soon.
    Looking for that perfect trail…again…and…again…and…again…

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICE4Me View Post
    I could not find the store front on Amazon (my faught, i am sure)
    Action LED Lights @ Amazon.com:

    here ya go!

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    Bought an X2 v2.0 + headstrap. Will probably be delivered tomorrow or thursday. I'm actually pretty excited, can't wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    If you found good EU source, please post your findings.
    I've bought mine at the only Dutch reseller: Bikeboutique.

    So, what options do you have:
    • - The European distributor is Fooh.eu
      - CRG Moto is a UK seller. You can enter 'GLOWORM20' there as Discount Coupon Code and get £10 off! (£20 discount is expired, but you still get -£10)
      - Action LED Lights, USA shop.
      - Gloworm 'directly', NZ.

    So, Fooh and CRG are EU. But maybe Action LED Lights or Gloworm 'directly' are options as well. You should check VAT, duties, etc.

    Had to remove my links to the concerning pages of the listed shops, thanks to lack of number of posts. That's a shame.

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    is the last page of this thread FUBAR for anyone else???

    I see the most recent updates followed by some posts from a few days ago. Really odd and showing up this way on multiple different computers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelly_NH View Post
    is the last page of this thread FUBAR for anyone else???

    I see the most recent updates followed by some posts from a few days ago. Really odd and showing up this way on multiple different computers.

    Looks good for me. Make sure your thread mode is set to linear.

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    My wife just showed up with the 2.0 for me. Early birthday present. Woooohoooo I'm excited now. Gota love a great wife!

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    You were spot-on ljracer. Somehow, linear view was switched off. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloworm Manufacture View Post
    Hey Cat,

    Keep an eye out next week. All will be revealed

    All we can say, is what has already been said. Helmet light, small, bright, single emmitter.....

    Cheers

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    Any news?
    This...about the new X2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EK2K View Post
    This...about the new X2?
    About the new X1 I assume, was supposed to be more info this week.

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    Picked up the X2 from Action LED, great service, thanks Jim. The light was shipped the same day I ordered and arrived earlier than scheduled delivery. I have been using it for about a month and here are my impressions.
    After riding for one season with a MiNewt 350 I needed to step up in lumens. The first few rides, I kept the MiNewt on the bars and wore the x2 on the helmet. I have now stopped bringing the MiNewt because I can't even tell it's on with the X2. I did not think I would like the remote switch but I now prefer it to a light head mounted switch. It does take some time to switch mounts but I can see why they did it that way. I have use the Gemini Titan and while it is a great light, the mount makes it sit high on the helmet. The way the X2 mounts is unique compared to other lights and when it is mounted on top of the helmet it is very low profile. Also, concerning battery run times. I believe they underestimated the advertised times (classy move). I haven't been scientific about it but I can say that on my 2 hour rides using mostly 900 lumens along singletrack and climbing and 1200 during any downhill I barely hit the 50% indicator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tb123 View Post
    About the new X1 I assume, was supposed to be more info this week.
    As promised here is some more information.

    Product will soon be finalised and therefore the next update will be posted seperately in another thread

    It will be available for preorder soon. We will let you know the RRP and post some beam shots in due course.

    The chosen optic provides a nice tight beam that has good punch from a package small enough to satisfy even the most staunch weight weenie.

    Thats all for now!

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    Thanks for the update Bruce and Vag...that's like an internet high five right there!

    Looks sick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloworm Manufacture View Post
    As promised here is some more information.

    Product will soon be finalised and therefore the next update will be posted seperately in another thread

    It will be available for preorder soon. We will let you know the RRP and post some beam shots in due course.

    The chosen optic provides a nice tight beam that has good punch from a package small enough to satisfy even the most staunch weight weenie.

    Thats all for now!

    Bruce and Vag

    Very interesting. Looks like you chosen to go the remote route with this one as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat-man-do View Post
    Very interesting. Looks like you chosen to go the remote route with this one as well.

    Yes indeed Cat-man-do,

    We only got good feedback for the remote in the X2. keeping the same for the X1 was an easy decision.
    Anyway, it is supposed to be a helmet light and remote works well in the helmet

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    Can't wait to get one of these new X1 lights. I love my X2 but will welcome something with a bit more reach to accompany it. Bring it on!

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    I for one (and possibly the only one) do not like the remote switch, especially on a helmet mounted light. Where is the remote going to lead? Why not just put a simple button on the battery, or light-head?

    It makes more sense on the bar mounted light Even then though, I'd love it if it were a removable option. I have too many controls on my bar already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    I for one (and possibly the only one) do not like the remote switch, especially on a helmet mounted light. Where is the remote going to lead? Why not just put a simple button on the battery, or light-head?.
    It was a selling point for me. You can find a lot of lights with switch on light-head.

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    I had other choices for lights, but I bought the X2 was because it had a remote switch. And it is mounted to velcro on the shifter clamp right next to my left thumb and I use it a lot. If I get a X1, I will mount the remote switch on the side of the helmet where it is easy to touch (probably above the left ear)

    As a side note, the Gloworm supplied adhesive backed velcro square is useless. I got some velcro from McMaster Carr with high strength adhesive and the remote switch now stays where it is stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrider1 View Post
    I had other choices for lights, but I bought the X2 was because it had a remote switch. And it is mounted to velcro on the shifter clamp right next to my left thumb and I use it a lot. If I get a X1, I will mount the remote switch on the side of the helmet where it is easy to touch (probably above the left ear)

    As a side note, the Gloworm supplied adhesive backed velcro square is useless. I got some velcro from McMaster Carr with high strength adhesive and the remote switch now stays where it is stuck.
    You'll be pleaed to know we've fixed the problems with the velcro! All sorted
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloworm Manufacture View Post
    You'll be pleaed to know we've fixed the problems with the velcro! All sorted

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    I have an X2 V1. I've been totally happy with it. Except two rides ago, I had a small problem.

    When I got home and took the light off of my helmet, the velcro mounting strap delaminated. The two sides of the strap separated from each other. Seems like it was caused by the sweat from my head eating at the glue. Anyways, I glued the two halves of the strap back together and it hasn't come off again, but I thought I should mention it.

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    Had a few issues with mine, tonight. I was in the trail setting and the light was fine moving up the brightness settings, but when I went from the max boost 1200 down to the low setting, the light would pulse half a dozen times before settling. I was then unable to cycle through the any of the brightness settings unless I turned it off and on again. I tried the optional settings and they seemed ok, just the trail one. The battery indicator was switching between 40 and 80% so I presume it had enough charge in it. Any ideas?

    I've emailed Danny at CRG for his advice

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    Edit: I should add, this was the second ride out since I'd charged it, so over two hours of running time on a combination of different brightness settings
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    I am interested in purchasing the Glow Worm x2.

    Do these guys ship directly to the U.S? I was on their sight trying to place an order but when it was time to input shipping options it indicated that no shipping options were available.

    Are there any U.S. distributors? It looks like Action LED once sold it but the Glow Worm is no longer listed on their sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anderson76 View Post
    I am interested in purchasing the Glow Worm x2.

    Do these guys ship directly to the U.S? I was on their sight trying to place an order but when it was time to input shipping options it indicated that no shipping options were available.

    Are there any U.S. distributors? It looks like Action LED once sold it but the Glow Worm is no longer listed on their sight.
    We are out of stock at the moment. More on order that should be here in about 2 weeks.
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    I ordered the Duo today than had Jim cancel the order, I really like the mount on the GloWorm and remote. I will using this mounted to helmet, lower profile works much better for me. I may just wait and get the X1. I need a good spot light that is light weight, this may fit the bill.

    For fun the other day I mounted my Serfas True 1500 center on bars than Mj 808e left and right. I went by myself to my local trails from 8 to 10:30 I had a blast. I put a Cygo 400 on helmet also, the beam got lost with 3500 Lumens up front. The 808e have good spots and the True 1500 do it all. I came up on another guy he said he has never seen anything like it ! I love night riding.

    When will the x1 come out?
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    Just ordered the X2 from Action LED, hope to have it soon as daylight savings will be setting in on Sunday and it will be dark by the time I get home.

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    Hey Cat Man Do,

    Any feedback on your X2 compared to Magicshine 808e? Just for the throw of the beam, I would think the 808e has better throw!! Also do you know anything about Gloworm new X1 ? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw7000 View Post
    Any feedback on your X2 compared to Magicshine 808e? Just for the throw of the beam, I would think the 808e has better throw!! Also do you know anything about Gloworm new X1 ? Thanks
    You can't really compare the X2 and the 808e - the X2 has decent throw but puts out a large hotspot of light with no halo effect. The 808e will throw a bit further but with a less useful small dot of light with dim halo rings. They are very different lights.

    When the X1 comes out that will be the light to put against the 808e.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw7000 View Post
    Hey Cat Man Do,

    Any feedback on your X2 compared to Magicshine 808e? Just for the throw of the beam, I would think the 808e has better throw!! Also do you know anything about Gloworm new X1 ? Thanks
    Like neninja said, different kind of light so hard to compare. I'll just say that the 808e make a better all around helmet light. The X2 works better than the 808e if you don't necessarily need a centered throw beyond 100 ft.

    So I guess the next question would be, which would I use most?....easy, X2 on the bars 808E on the helmet. Together a very good combo.

    About the X1...rumor has it that China is having some kind of hold on shipments that include Li-ion batteries until sometime this month. That might be why we haven't seen the X1 yet. I suppose all we can do is wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat-man-do View Post
    Like neninja said, different kind of light so hard to compare. I'll just say that the 808e make a better all around helmet light. The X2 works better than the 808e if you don't necessarily need a centered throw beyond 100 ft.

    So I guess the next question would be, which would I use most?....easy, X2 on the bars 808E on the helmet. Together a very good combo.

    About the X1...rumor has it that China is having some kind of hold on shipments that include Li-ion batteries until sometime this month. That might be why we haven't seen the X1 yet. I suppose all we can do is wait.
    News on the street is that Vag is off to take some beam shots tonight in comparison to the X2 and a couple of other units.........
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    I had an opportunity to use my X2 on a group ride for the first time over the weekend. The guys were calling it "the day light" and talking about how it lit up "the whole trail". I really like the light quality and being able to see details on the trail. Thanks guys, nice job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skullcap View Post
    I had an opportunity to use my X2 on a group ride for the first time over the weekend. The guys were calling it "the day light" and talking about how it lit up "the whole trail". I really like the light quality and being able to see details on the trail. Thanks guys, nice job.
    Congrats! Were you using on the bar or on the helmet?

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    On my helmet. It's my only light and so far, it's been all I need.
    I'm enjoying my childhood way too much to ever give it up.

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    I received my Gloworm X2 today from ActionLED....the really fast free shipping impressed me!!

    Upon opening the Gloworm packaging I had a good sense of a quality product. Nice packaging, a great carrying/travel case for the light head and battery, as well as a great looking user manual.

    Taking everything out and laying it on the bench was a fun....its like x-mas in Nov. I don't have any experience with other lights ( other than Princeton tec headlamps) so I cannot compare the light to competitors. But being an engineer I can say that overall Gloworm has a nice little package deal going.

    I read over the instructions and proceeded to attempt to mount the lamp to my helmet.....wait a minute, no Velcro. I look over the instructions which state that I should use Velcro or zipties. Mounted it up with zipties but wasn't really thrilled with using them, as I am looking for a less permante mounting option for when I don't want a light mounted to my helmet. But I will say the base provided for the helmet mounting option is robust, and the foam mounted to the bottom is nice. I will have to dig up some Velcro straps and test the helmet mounting a little more.

    I then mounted the headlamp on the handlebars....easy as can be. The separate mounting base for the handlebars was a pleasant surprise, and with foam on the bottom there are no concerns about the mount moving around on the bar. The rubber O-ring is beefy, and holds the light firmly in place.

    I mounted the battery to the top tube with the nice Velcro strap provided. I like that fact that I didn't even need the cable extension for mounting the battery on the top tube....which is nice to not have to deal with all that extra wire ( thanks for including it though!!).

    The Velcro dots included, which are to be used to mount the switch to have been a problem. The first one I stuck to my helmet when I mounted the light delaminated from its adhesive and was thrown away. The second one I mounted to the handlebar didn't seem to want to stick, so I taped it in place and will let it bond to the handlebar over night.

    I will post more when I go for a ride, but overall I am very happy with the quality of the products. Just in time for daylight savings....and to going to, and coming back from work in the dark.

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    You should have a velcro strap for mounting to a helmet in the box - it's 20mm wide and about 30cm long. The latest ones have a small buckle on the end.

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    Dose anyone have any pics of how they helemt mounted their light? My skinny (1" wide) velcro didn't have a buckle on it. Not a big deal but would have been nice for peace of mindwhen mounting. I did get the wider strap in the kit that is obviously for battery pack. I just want to see some ideas. I took mine out for a ride last night and wow, great light. I want to start riding more at night and I hope the X1really adds to the experience. Send out some pics of your lights attatched to your helmets folks. Thanks ahead of time.

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    Pulled the trigger and finally ordered an X2 from Action Sports (via Amazon).

    Has anyone heard/seen anything on the updated/new lenses? I could have sworn I read something about new lenses coming that was bundled with some X1 news but can't seem to find it now.

    Will be sure to post some pics and some feedback.

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    Bruce and Vag,
    Any idea on when the new X2 spot optics will be ready? Do you think this will make the X2 capable of throwing as well as your new X1? I own both versions on your X2 and like everything about them except the lack of throw, even using 2 spot optics in my X2 V2.

    Thanks!


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    Working on X2 optics as we speak everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neninja View Post
    You should have a velcro strap for mounting to a helmet in the box - it's 20mm wide and about 30cm long. The latest ones have a small buckle on the end.
    Nope, only Velcro is the wide strap for the battery.

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    Just received my Gloworm X2 and am amazed at the size and build quality. Having not owned a light since I owned a Niterider Classic back around 1998, I wasn't prepared for how far things have come! LOL

    Took the light outside for a second and was stunned at how bright this thing gets!

    Dying to take the light out on the trails soon. If not tomorrow, definitely this weekend.

    Great job on the light Gloworm.

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    @ Gloworm -

    My battery switches from 100% to 80% immediately after coming off a charge. Why is that? Am I getting a full charge on the battery? Is my battery ok? It is an x2 (v1) battery purchased with the preorder but has never been used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smthgfshy View Post
    @ Gloworm -

    My battery switches from 100% to 80% immediately after coming off a charge. Why is that? Am I getting a full charge on the battery? Is my battery ok? It is an x2 (v1) battery purchased with the preorder but has never been used.
    Hey, the V1 batteries had a different circuit that was not as accurate as the current one. You will be getting a full charge and should get at least 2.5hrs with a full charge on high.

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    Good to hear!! Thanks!!

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    Last night for the first time I went for a long ride without charging the light first. It was still showing 100% at the beginning though.

    During the ride, the light did three little flashes. I assumed that this meant the battery was going to run out soon, but the gauge still showed 40%. The rest of the ride, the light kept doing the three flashes again, maybe every 10-15 minutes. And sometimes it would refuse to change into a brighter mode, but after pressing the button a few times it would change eventually.

    Is this the normal run-down function, or is something wrong with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by micah356 View Post
    Last night for the first time I went for a long ride without charging the light first. It was still showing 100% at the beginning though.

    During the ride, the light did three little flashes. I assumed that this meant the battery was going to run out soon, but the gauge still showed 40%. The rest of the ride, the light kept doing the three flashes again, maybe every 10-15 minutes. And sometimes it would refuse to change into a brighter mode, but after pressing the button a few times it would change eventually.

    Is this the normal run-down function, or is something wrong with it?
    Hi Micah, drop me an email and we can discuss further. It is definetly not normal, we'll get it sorted quickly and get you back up and running......I mean riding!

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    Finally was able to get my new X2 out on the trails. I haven't been night riding in over a decade. Needless to say, the difference between the X2 and the old Niterider Classic is night and day.

    I opted to go with the helmet mount. A bit of a pain getting the long velcro strap working with the odd vents of my Giro Aeon helmet...but it's now on there pretty snug.

    First impression was, OMG this thing get BRIGHT! My initial placement on the helmet was way too low, giving me a "Star Wars Warp Speed" effect with the dust. I moved the light up higher on the helmet and tilted it down a bit to make up for the difference and was good to go.

    Luckily, this second position and angle worked out perfect. From slower technical sections to all-out bombing areas, I never felt like I needed any more light.

    Mission Accomplished. Great work Gloworm!

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    Has the X2 made it into Francois' hands for the MTBR lights shootout?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    Has the X2 made it into Francois' hands for the MTBR lights shootout?
    It's not on the list shown on the first page of the shootout thread so I guess not.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    Has the X2 made it into Francois' hands for the MTBR lights shootout?
    We were a bit slow off the mark but managed to get one to him this week. I guess its now a waiting game.......

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