ITUO Wiz 2 800
Great construction, beam patterns, and honest output are the highlights of this light from ITUO. At $80, this is the best value going for a high quality headlight we’ve tested this year. Price: $80 | More info at www.ituoworld.com
Bontrager Flare RT
The Bontrager Flare RT wins because it can be used by itself or part of an integrated system controlled by one remote. It can be used with the RT family of lights that are controlled by a very handy Bluetooth remote. It is very visible and very easy to use. Price: $80 | More info at www.bontrager.com
Trail LED DS
This gem from Trail LED demonstrates what is possible with good old American engineering and manufacturing from this Texas manufacturer. These lights are handcrafted and the light heads are shaped to get the desired beam without having a big heavy case. The result is an honest and bright light that’s available in many configurations. Price: $550 | More info at www.trailled.com
NiteRider Sabre 35
The NiteRider Sabre 35 is a great package for tail light visibility. The red strip light is highly visible and is complemented by yellow lights on the side for good peripheral visibility. It sports an array of flashing modes and attaches to the bike by the proven NiteRider strap system. Price: $30 | More info at www.niterider.com.
Lezyne Power Drive 900XL
Good optics, good price and form factor make this Lezyne light a good purchase. At 154 grams, this light is a perfect helmet light free of wires and noticeable weight. It only calls attention to itself with its big horizontal beam. Price: $100 | More info at www.lezyne.com
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