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    Light And Motion Stella R Headlight

    Anyone use this light? I just ordered it. Any comments?

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    Not the R but the N. Really spotty. Not great for MTBing.

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    A little late to ask isn't it? +

    I checked out the L (Lithium Ion battery) at my LBS. Decent light but doesn't compare to a Dinotte 200L in my opinion, especially for 50.00 more than the dinotte. It wasn't as bright and the beam just didn't have a good pattern IMHO.
    What do I want to be when I grow up.....Dead!

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    Thanks for the info.

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    I am the new owner of both a StellaN and a Dinotte 200L. Stella for the helmet and Dinotte for the bar. Both are really nice. I bought the Stella before the Dinotte and I'm not sure that I wouldn't have bought two Dinottes if I had bought that first. But I'm not disappointed with the Stella. It's got a beam pattern that I think suits a helmet mount a little bit better than the Dinotte.
    Anyway, both are a step up for me from what I had ( Niterider Trail rat and a Jet Starfire (? the bar mount system (12 watt )) both in terms of light output and run time.

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    R = Rush = Rebecca Rusch Edition

    The Stella 180R is the same as the 180L but it has a different paint job to commemorate Rebecca Rusch's victory at the 24-hour Worlds. She used a Stella on her way to victory.
    http://bikelights.com/News/Headline_...hr_Worlds.html

    The Stella is a good light, bright enough where it illuminates, but nowhere near as much spread as something like the L&M ARC HID. For example, there will be darkness in front of your front tire, but the spot that is illuminated will be enough light 88% of the time.

    LB

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