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Mtbr Lux Data

Mtbr Lux Data

Mtbr Lux Data

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  • Bill W says:

    I think your Mtbr Lux per $ calculation is wrong. You should be dividing the price by your MTBR Lux figure, not the other way around. For example, the Magicshine MJ-872 iis cheaper per lux than the Cateye Sumo 3. Think about it logically: the Cateye costs $550, the Magicshine costs $130, and they both put out about the same amount of light. Yet you have a Lux per $ for the Cateye of .18 versus .82 for the Magicshine.

  • Zeke says:

    Bill, the calculations are correct. I had the same thought at first. In the case of the magicshine, you are getting 82/100ths of a lux per each dollar spent. In the case of the cateye you are getting 18/100ths of a lux per each dollar spent.

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