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    ITUO Wiz800: 5 sets giveaway; cordless, 800 lms, usb rechargeable

    Hi All,

    ITUO is a newbie for bike lights. Our aim is to provide riders durable and reliable bike lights with good price and service.

    Our first model wiz800 is in process. We’ve just finished the design and two prototypes and still need to make some improvements. Here are some pictures for your reference:
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    Some features:
    . Can be used as a flashlight
    . Easily removed, anti-theft
    . Utilizes one Cree XM-L2 led
    . Maximum output 800 lumens
    . Battery reverse polarity protection
    . Uses one 3.7V 4500mAh 26650 Li-ion battery, user-replaceable, widely available
    . USB rechargeable
    . Battery power indication (green, yellow, red)
    . Back up mode (50 lumens for 30 minutes)
    . Dimension: 125mm (L) x 35mm (D)

    To thank you all for your supports, we would like to give out 5 sets (including free shipping) as free gifts.

    The rules:
    1. Forum new members register from the date of this post are invalid for this activity.
    2. To participate, you can have free discussion, comments, suggestions, etc.
    3. No limit to each member’s post quantity.
    4. We will draw a lottery within valid members and you can check the whole process on Youtube when the list of winners released.
    5. The 5 winners should post pictures, comments or reviews, on the use of the wiz800 (no detailed requirements on comments and reviews, could be short or long, just hope you can share the information to other members and if possible share in as many forums besides MTBR).
    6. This activity will be over on about Nov 17th, 2014 (maybe in shorter or longer time according to actual situation). We will release the list of the winners within 3 days after the activity is over.

    Thanks guys.

    Steve
    ITUO Team
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    ITUO Wiz800: 5 sets giveaway; cordless, 800 lms, usb rechargeable

    Looks very promising and compact.


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    I'd love to take a wiz.
    DIY LED Bike Lights:
    A few Dynamo builds and some Small battery lights

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    800 lumens with a usb rechargeable 26650 battery, I very much like it!
    Clamp look pretty sturdy, looks very interesting

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    You can count me in, thanks. I was using some zoomies as a bar lights as a backup light. I can give it a try.

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    BTW, is the battery included?

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    I'd like to try this too! Sign me up...

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    Now that looks good.

    A little over 5 inches but should fit on helmet.

    A few questions.

    1. Is the 800 lumens pretty accurate.
    2. What is the run time on high. Looks like it should be better than a Cygo w/ the larger battery.
    3. What is the weight and is there a helmet mount.
    4. Price??

    Sure would be nice if someone could compare this to the Cygo 800.

    Thx

    MB

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    Thanks Spankone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by znomit View Post
    I'd love to take a wiz.
    Znomit, I wish you a good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyraider59 View Post
    800 lumens with a usb rechargeable 26650 battery, I very much like it!
    Clamp look pretty sturdy, looks very interesting
    Thanks, good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ledoman View Post
    BTW, is the battery included?
    Quote Originally Posted by ledoman View Post
    You can count me in, thanks. I was using some zoomies as a bar lights as a backup light. I can give it a try.
    Thanks and good luck! The battery is included, also a usb cable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkrobe View Post
    I'd like to try this too! Sign me up...
    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb323323 View Post
    Now that looks good.

    A little over 5 inches but should fit on helmet.

    A few questions.

    1. Is the 800 lumens pretty accurate.
    2. What is the run time on high. Looks like it should be better than a Cygo w/ the larger battery.
    3. What is the weight and is there a helmet mount.
    4. Price??

    Sure would be nice if someone could compare this to the Cygo 800.

    Thx

    MB
    Thanks MB,

    1. The max should be a little over 800 lumens, haven't tested the real lumens on wiz800, will do it later and let you know.

    2. Four steady modes: sprint-800 lumens (1:50 hrs)-race 600 lumens (2:30 hrs)-cruise 300 lumens (5:30 hrs)-tourer 100 lumens (18 hrs); 3 hidden flashes: day flash, night flash and warning flash.
    Back up mode: when the battery power is less than 10%, the light will turn to 50 lumens as back up illumination for 30 minutes before turning off automatically.

    3. The light is 120.4g, the battery is 97.2g and the clamp is 52g. No helmet mount, because the 26650 battery is a little heavy plus 125mm light body it may not be very proper as a helmet light? Our next model will come with a helmet mount.

    4. The retail price will be about 119.95USD. How do you think?

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    ITUO Wiz800: 5 sets giveaway; cordless, 800 lms, usb rechargeable

    That all seems about right to me. Looks really well thought out.


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    sign me up too, cheers.

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    Me very maaach laaaiking. Sign me up.

    Planned beam pattern (spot or flood) or would there be versions of both types?

    Also, for the handlebar mount, maybe use a clampdown type lever (see Niterider mounts and the Gloworm HB mounts) instead of an allen bolt. Just easier to removed and will be just as steady. Might add a bit of weight/material and design change, but with cordless lights it's all about convenience.

    Otherwise everything looks great, good output and run time for the weight and price and an awesome form-factor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spankone View Post
    That all seems about right to me. Looks really well thought out.


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    Thanks, hope more people will like it.
    Regards,

    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky Raccoon View Post
    sign me up too, cheers.
    Good luck, cheers!
    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbean View Post
    Me very maaach laaaiking. Sign me up.

    Planned beam pattern (spot or flood) or would there be versions of both types?

    Also, for the handlebar mount, maybe use a clampdown type lever (see Niterider mounts and the Gloworm HB mounts) instead of an allen bolt. Just easier to removed and will be just as steady. Might add a bit of weight/material and design change, but with cordless lights it's all about convenience.

    Otherwise everything looks great, good output and run time for the weight and price and an awesome form-factor!
    Thanks for your comment and suggestion.

    The beam pattern should be a combination of flood and spot. The current one is too flood and we will make some change.

    Regarding the handlebar mount, we will take your suggestion into consideration.

    Good luck!
    Regards,

    Steve
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    Sounds like a great option to replace my battery pack + lighthead combo's. What kind of beam pattern does this have? Spot or flood?

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    Looks like a quality built product with a nice mount. Really like the flashlight feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboy23 View Post
    Sounds like a great option to replace my battery pack + lighthead combo's. What kind of beam pattern does this have? Spot or flood?
    The beam pattern should be a combination of flood and spot, we are making change on the reflector, the current one is too floody.
    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacuslv View Post
    Looks like a quality built product with a nice mount. Really like the flashlight feature
    We are glad you like it. The feature is for easy use and convenience of changing battery when needed.
    Regards,

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    Wow, 800 lms for $120 sounds like a very nice deal
    and add USB convenience. Lots of light in a nice
    small package. I would be soooo happy to try one.
    Looks like it would be great for the commuter. Easy
    to remove and take it with you with plenty of light.

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