When covered under the manufacturer’s warranty it is possible to get a replacement in the case of a malfunction.
Exposure Lights Reflex Mk2: 2
16. Can be mounted on helmet
A helmet mounted light is more suitable for night-time mountain biking as the light follows your head around tight corners and bends.
Lupine Piko 4
70% have it
17. Has side lights
It has extra lights on the side, helping to make the rider more visible.
Lupine Piko 4
14% have it
18. runtime (flash mode)
The amount of time the light will last from a full charge when on flash/strobe mode. This mode quickly turns the light on and off, which has the benefit of saving battery.
Lumicycle Apex: 120h
19. brightness (low mode)
The light is more intense on low mode. The amount of light emitted is measured in lumens.
NiteRider Pro 3600 DIY: 1000lm
20. runtime (SOS mode)
The amount of time the light will last from a full charge when on SOS mode. This mode is used in emergency situations, so a longer runtime is preferable as the battery is less likely to run out.
Light & Motion Solite 250EX: 100h
21. number of light modes
With more light modes you are more likely to find the perfect setting for any given situation, such as when you need the brightest light or when you need to conserve battery.
Lupine Piko U4: 15
22. battery power
Exposure Lights Six Pack Mk4: 14500mAh
23. brightness (SOS mode)
The light is more intense on SOS mode, which is used in emergency situations. The amount of light emitted is measured in lumens, and so a higher number is preferable as there is more chance of it being seen.
Lupine Piko U4: 140lm
24. brightness (flash mode)
The light is more intense on flash mode. The amount of light emitted is measured in lumens.
Lupine Piko U4: 1200lm
25. All-in-one light
The bike light is an all-in-one. Some lights feature a separate battery that is connected to the light via a cable, but an all-in-one light is more compact and cable-free.