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    New question here. DIY Diffuser?

    I've got a Niterider Pro 1500 I've been using on my handlebars with a Magicshine MJ900 on my helmet. I'm pretty happy with the MJ900 on my helmet to handle the spot light duties, but I'd like to widen out the beam on the Niterider a bit to give me more of a flood light. Does anyone have any suggestions about how I might go about that?

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    I'd take the light apart and measure the lens then find a suitable replacement stripe type lens to widen the beam pattern.

    Here a good source for lenses after you find the correct size. https://www.aliexpress.com/store/all...190226e8iNwg92

    https://www.action-led-lights.com/co...ics-reflectors
    Last edited by X83; 21 Hours Ago at 02:02 PM.

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