Baja Stryker Pro Bike Light Review

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Light Price Claimed Lux Measured Lux Run time Light head weight Battery Weight Installed Weight
Stryker Pro $345 700 43 2:30 116 309 470

Light Meter charts and comparison table available here.

Light Meter Measurements:

This light measured 43 lux on our ambient light measurement facility. This is much lower than the the Stryker that measured in at 52 lux. This may be due to the smaller reflector of the Stryker Pro

Strengths:

  • rugged head unit design
  • now useable for helmet
  • handlebar mounting is now removeable and can be aimed left to right.

Weaknesses:

  • not as bright as other 700 lumen lights
  • $50 more expensive than the Stryker
  • doesn’t have the same rubberized housing as the Stryker
  • beam pattern is not as wide as the Stryker and does not have interchangeable lenses

Bottom Line:

Baja Designs has stumbled here a bit as this light has less features and less light than the Stryker, yet it is $50 more expensive.

Beam Pattern Photos:

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Beam Pattern and side by side comparison page available here.

 

Value Rating:

3 out of 5 Stars

 

 

Overall Rating:

3.75 out of 5 Stars

 

 

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  • T. A. says:

    Its not as bright as its counterpart the stryker and thats OK its lighter adn smaller. Its alot more adapted for helmet mount and has a very good beam for seeing around the switchbacks.
    Its still crash proof, water proof, and a super sturdy design.

    Sure you may find cheaper lights with a good throw but how good is that throw when its damage and not working 100% or at all from a hard hit in the rocks… Id gladley use a little less lux if its working after a crash, a non working unit will leave you hanging…

    Cant go wrong with this unit especially if you want to buy 1 light and be done with it,lifetime lamp warranty and great battery warranty.
    I am partial though I ride DH/FR and race DH so I need my stuff to be rugged and light, this is the only unit I saw fit especially after the 8 days of solid rain we had here in Socal and the terential downpours we rode 12 mile single track with the whole shebang drops, mud, constant rain crashes and crossings (water)… Trust this unit explicitly…

  • Francois says:

    >>>Its not as bright as its counterpart the stryker and thats OK its lighter adn smaller. Its alot more adapted for helmet mount and has a very good beam for seeing around the switchbacks.
    Its still crash proof, water proof, and a super sturdy design.
    Sure you may find cheaper lights with a good throw but how good is that throw when its damage and not working 100% or at all from a hard hit in the rocks… Id gladley use a little less lux if its working after a crash, a non working unit will leave you hanging…

    This is a very good light. but at $350 and less light output, the competition has moved ahead:
    - jet lights A51 – $199
    - Lupine Piko – $310
    - Exposure Diablo – $250

  • Swami Scott says:

    So let’s say this light was available at $200, would it then garnish a higher rating in comparison to the Diablo and A51?

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