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    Light & Motion Stella 200 Headlight $90 Shipped


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    I ws excited till I realised its just a commuter light :-(

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    Sold out.

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    200 Lumens is enough if you ride
    slow ;-)

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    Yah considering I was able to buy a few "NiteRider Lumina 650 Wireless / USB Rechargable" Headlights for $108 shipped from amazon, this doesn't seem to be that good of a value. I freakin' love these luminas. They work great as regular flashlights for hiking too. Looks like they're back up to 118 but I'm sure they'll be available at 108 again soon enough.
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    I agree, not that great of a deal. Bought a Niterider 350 version about 6 months ago for $70ish
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    Quote Originally Posted by qdawgg View Post
    I agree, not that great of a deal. Bought a Niterider 350 version about 6 months ago for $70ish
    Well... it's nashbar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qdawgg View Post
    I agree, not that great of a deal. Bought a Niterider 350 version about 6 months ago for $70ish
    What are your thoughts on the 350? It is on my shortlist of lights to buy...

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    Do you have to buy the handlebar mount seperately on the nightrider or does it come stock? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by toyotatacomaTRD View Post
    What are your thoughts on the 350? It is on my shortlist of lights to buy...
    I've had one for around a year and I love it. Good light pattern, run time and no problems at all. One of the things I really like is the lack of a cable to the battery as the battery is inside the one piece light unit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steel29er View Post
    Do you have to buy the handlebar mount seperately on the nightrider or does it come stock? Thanks
    Mine came with the handlebar mount which is how mine is mounted but the helmet mount is extra.

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    Just grabbed the 350, with Columbus day code was $69.00 plus 9.99 shipping.
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