Full Beam increases efficiency and brightness of Night-Nemesis X12

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World Brightest is now even Brighter
UK Bicycle light manufacturer Full Beam increases efficiency and brightness of their top of the line product

“Ride Any Terrain, At Any Speed, Any Time” is the confident challenge made by Full Beam. The UK based light manufacturer has upgraded its already World leading light to be 15% brighter. Along with other minor changes, including an upgrade to an aluminium handlebar mount, the team have selected Cree’s latest specification XP-G2 LEDs for their top of the line product. Not only does this make their light brighter, it makes it more efficient too enabling the rider to use lower power settings more often, in-turn increasing the light’s run-time.

The team at Full Beam have left the rider the ability to configure the light’s behaviour so one night you can have some All-Mountain fun and still race an endurance XC race the next night with the same light.

Full Beam has been manufacturing high power lights for several years now and has developed a reputation for very bright lights in fit for purpose designs.

Technical Director, Marco Miglionico asked “Who would have thought a 4000 Lumen light was a sensible proposition?” He continues “When we introduced the original Night-Nemesis X12 in 2011 we treated it as a demonstration of our technical capabilities rather than serious product line. However, with the level of interest in this product worldwide and the number of units we are now shipping to dozens of countries, it does seem riders are still willing to invest in the best equipment to give them the competitive advantage despite the economic downturn.”

The 2013 Night-Nemesis X12 lights will be available in autumn 2012 through Evans Cycles in the UK or direct from http://www.full-beam.com internationally. Still not convinced? Keep an eye out for Full Beam demo rides at http://www.facebook.com/FullBeamLtd

Source: Marc Crowley

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