Just received this light in the mail. Took about 2.5 weeks from CN Quality Goods.
Out of the box: Solid, very nicely machined housing. I really like the form factor. There is one semi-major design flaw, and that is the clamp. While nicely made, It's just too small to fit on oversized bars with the foam pads inserted. It will fit on normal bars with the pads.
I am a 18650 Bike/Flashlight advocate. I've got last years and this years Lezyne SuperDrive models, and I really like both those lights. I saw this one and for $45 it was hard to pass up.
Light performance: I don't have any pics, nor do I intend to provide any. But...brightness and beam quality is better than i expected. It's a brighter, more focused beam than either Lezyne light. Color is a little cooler than I would prefer, but passable. My guess is the light puts out about 600-650 lumens based on my Lezyne Super Drive XL output.
One other design flaw is the hi-lo setting: there is none. it's off or on. if you double click while on, it flashes. If you hold it while it's on, it works like a dimmer switch, gets down to the lowest setting, and if you're still holding it down, it then reverses direction and gets brighter. I hate this. I want a low, med, hi, and flash mode.
Real Life Performance: Currently on hold as it's been bloody cold here in Boise (single digits after dark) for a couple weeks now and I cannot find joy in riding at those temps at night! Will update this review once I've had a chance to ride with it.
Overall initial impression, I'd say for $45 bucks and free shipping, it's not a bad deal. But you'll need to provide batteries if you don't own 18650's or a charger...That said, I'm sure you can pick up a nice $45 18650 torch and a 2 fish and get similar performance, AND have a multi-purpose light to use for activities other than riding...
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