This is the NiteRider® Lumina™ 1200 Boost headlight and Solas™ 250 tail light combo. The NiteRider Lumina 1200 Boost head light is compact and light weight, but still very powerful. The Lumina 1200 Boost has 7 light modes ranging from 1:00 hours at 1200 lumens to 18:00 hours at 75 lumens. This head light also features a lock mode that saves the battery life by preventing the light from being turned on accidentally while in storage. The Solas 250 tail light has 4 light modes (2 flashing, 2 steady). The Solas 250 tail light also features Group Ride Mode for cyclists who want to stay visible to cars but not distract others in the pack.
- 7 Head light modes
- 4 Tail light modes
- Head light Lock Mode
- Tail light Group Ride Mode
- Headlight Run Times:
- 6 Hours (Low, 275 Lumens)
- 3 Hours (Med, 550 Lumens)
- 1.5 Hours (High, 1000 Lumens)
- 1 Hour (Boost, 1200 Lumens)
- 10 Hours (Pulse Flash, 1000 Lumens)
- 6.5 Hours (Fast Flash, 1000 Lumens)
- 18 Hours (Walk, 75 Lumens)
- Tail Light Run Times:
- 40 Hours (Group Ride)
- 7.5 Hours (High)
- 4.5 Hours (Pulse)
- 6.5 Hours (Flash)
- LED Light Head
- Handlebar Mount (fits up to 35mm bars)
- LED Tail Light
- Seat Post Mount
- (2) USB Charging Cables
Brightness: 1200 Lumens (Front), 250 Lumens (Rear)
Battery Type: Rechargeable (USB)
Run Time: 1 - 18 Hours (Front), 4.5 - 40 Hours (Rear)
Beam Color: White, Red
Weight: 172g (Front), 82g (Rear)
This product was added to our catalog on August 9, 2018
This set is perfect!
The daytime flash settings are super visible and the light is super bright.
I like all the settings so you can dial in what you need as it gets darker or lighter.
I bought a helmet attachment strap, this makes it good to use both on the bars, or on my helmet.
The 1200 may be too heavy and bounce around too much in the woods when helmet mounted while mountain biking, but for commuting it’s ok.
I am thinking about buying a smaller light for my helmet, and using the 1200 on the handler bars.
I would recommend this to anyone looking for a light system
Here is a video I shot using this set