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Originally Posted by ClarkinHawaii View Post
Well, the first thing I like about it right from the get-go is that you don't have to disconnect the battery every time you are not using it; unlike the Magicshine and clones. Haven't actually ridden with it yet, but here are some pics:
Looking good on the LiteSpeed!
Yes, the "standby" current draw with the battery connected is in the very low micro-amp range. Essentially no drain on the battery.

And per the earlier response, yes, it has the capability to be amazingly rude, which is a fantastically good thing on a bright sunny day (especially riding in and out of shadows). The good thing is that the controller has enough dynamic range to drive the LEDs at very lower power levels as well, making it usable at night. This is also when the side lighting feature really kicks in.

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