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Old 06-26-14, 04:37 PM   #26
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I use the same light, but have been told that even at the lowest setting it can be a nuissance during night group rides. Aside from that, it's a great light. Super bright.
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I use the same light, but have been told that even at the lowest setting it can be a nuissance during night group rides. Aside from that, it's a great light. Super bright.
I would rather be a nuisance, than a ghost.
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I would rather be a nuisance, than a ghost.
Agreed. I just reach back and tilt it down if I'm not on the back. When I rotate to the back, I tilt it back up. Pretty easy to do and a very good light. Especially for the price.
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Agreed. I just reach back and tilt it down if I'm not on the back. When I rotate to the back, I tilt it back up. Pretty easy to do and a very good light. Especially for the price.
I don't even adjust it. I keep it as is.
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My rear stop/brake light and front lights from varied distances..
NO ONE has ever complained of not seeing me
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I can't see you at all, unless I might have to Photoshop those photos
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Separate the pictures', with a caption for each one. Otherwise, They all look like one vertically elongated picture.
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You can tell if you click, but the montage effect is neato.
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Dinotte 400R for me. I doubt I will ever use a rear light besides a Dinotte. The really are the brightest thing out there. I have personally seen one from a measured mile away in broad daylight during the Dallas ATAXIA ride. I cannot think of another tail light that is bright enough to see in broad daylight even at long distance.
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