Just under the 200 quid mark gets you a light with a great beam pattern, enough power to give you a good long look down the trail/road ahead, and a run time of nearly three-and-a-half hours. And… it all weighs in at less than 250g.
One neat little design touch is the switch on the battery which glows blue, along with the seal section of the light unit itself, until battery capacity drops down to 15 percent or less, when both the button and the seal light on the head unit turn red – giving you plenty of warning to switch to low power mode or recharge/swap batteries.
You get three simple modes: high, low and ﬂashing, along with simple and quick ﬁtting. The MiNewt.200 is a really tough little light setup that’s great for riding with and doesn’t weight much at all. There’s not much else to say other than that this is a little gem of a front light, at a more realistic price than many.