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Comments about Serfas True 750 USB Front Bike Light:
I use this light every weekday night commuting about 14 miles. My ride includes downtown traffic, arterials, side streets, residential streets with street lights ranging from bright to non-existent, and bike paths with significant uphills and high speed downhills, and alongside roads where oncoming car headlights are blinding. At full power this headlight is almost as bright as that of a typical car headlight, with an excellent central light pattern, and has very good wide angle illumination. Mounted on a helmet it does a great job of warning surrounding traffic of the presence of another vehicle, as well as illuminating what you are looking at, be it the roadway, street signs, house numbers, etc. The top mounted button is easily accessed to switch to lower power modes, extending the life of the battery and also not blinding other cyclists on the bike paths. So far my unit has held up well in the rain.
The only cons so far are 1) the difficulty in changing modes from a continuously on beam to blinking, and back - so I simply use the continuous beam mode; 2) It is a little heavy, so it must be mounted either on the handlebars or centrally on one's helmet; 3) The mounts have a very tight tolerance so it can be a little troublesome to remove and remount the light when charging. I view these issues as mere nit-picking.
Bottom line: It is wonderful!
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