Niterider Lumina 750 light – in brief review
Niterider‘s Lumina 750 delivers a very impressive rounded beam with lot of light around lower edge to spot road debris and potholes, then a long reaching centre strip for confident high speed riding. Equally impressive stability is provided by the chunky overkill round bar clamp with large thumbwheel and a helmet mount is included too.
Mount and power mean it’s one of the few lights at this price you could use for less technical off road riding too. A peak over the lens stops upwards glare, and while battery life is short there are three power options and a battery indicator built into the switch. The thermal trigger that protects the internals from getting fried if the light gets too hot can drop power pretty quick on warm nights, despite deep curved cooling fins built into the casing. It’s fine on colder or faster rides making it a punchy winter training/commuting light for the money.