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    NiteRider Pro 1800 light pictures.

    This is the light from the NiteRider Pro 1800. I will mostly be using it for commuting on road, but I I would definitely not be a afraid to use this thing on the trails. Just some pictures showing the three different light settings. Not much of a difference between low and medium, but the high power is where it really shines. Just sitting on my helmet with me not moving, it got hot pretty fast despite the numerous large cooling fins on the light. While I was testing it in my backyard while riding around it stayed cool. The pictures are blurry I know but they did look better on my phone at the time. Just flt like posting these incase anyone was wondering how the light beam was. Ill try to get some better pictures of the beam.
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    Thanks for the pics. I currently run this light and I agree with you there really isn't much of a difference between medium and low. In fact the medium on the 1800 appears to be dimmer then the Minewt 600 Cordless on high which is my helmet light. They should have gave the light at least four regular modes. Maybe 1800, 1000, 600, 200 besides the flash/sos/walk mode. Now if Francois could do a review for the 1800 that would be nice too.
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    think you can program those NR lights w/ your own setting if you got the correct model.

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    I didnt get that model. I think thats the 3600 lumen model that comes with the programmable mode. I would have loved to get it, but this was already at the top of my Christmas gift price. Programmable light settings does sound fun and convenient. Also I like light. Lots and lots of light. Heck, if I start riding to work as much I plan to I may just look into another unit to put on my handlebars. The back country roads can have some interesting critters at night and I would like to at least see what Im about to be eaten by... Also if anyone would like some more light pictures Ill take some. Any certain thing you would like to see or whatever.
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