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    Light On! lights?

    Has anyone used these lights?

    http://lightonlights.com/900batterylight/

    I came across the page and found it interesting. I think the battery style is interesting for a production light.

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    Nice, for some reason I find the dynamo version extremely appealing as well:

    http://lightonlights.com/dynolight/

    Quote Originally Posted by ctxcrossx
    Has anyone used these lights?

    http://lightonlights.com/900batterylight/

    I came across the page and found it interesting. I think the battery style is interesting for a production light.

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    I talked to Brian, the owner of Light-On 3 years ago at a bike swap meet. He's got a similar situation to Scar in that he had a day job other than bike lights. He was building the lights himself in spare time. They were very well built and lots of attention to waterproofing was apparent. At the time I talked to him, they were top of the line in terms of size and power. Now they seem big and clunky for their output. Talking to him is how I decided to avoid built up battery packs and go with holders and individual cells. He told me of his experiences with packs going out of balance, or 1 cell in a pack dieing prematurely. This led him to choose individual cells in a holder system for the "production" light.

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