- Moon X-Power 300 Rechargeable Front Light
Moon X-Power 300 Rechargeable Front Light
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The X-POWER 300 front light emits up to 300 lumens of light output ideal for those dark rides to and from work. Also, the integarted Li-ion battery pack is fully rechargeable via mains or a USB connection.
Top Features of the Moon X-Power 300 Rechargeable Front Light
- Size: 105mm x 35mm x 37mm
- Weight: 112g
- 1 x CREE XP-G R4 LED - 300/320 lumen output
- Integrated Li-ion rechargeable battery
- Recharge directly from your PC or Mac via USB connection or mains
- Includes battery low indicator
- 4 light modes - constant & flashing
- Water resistant construction
- Quick release bracket with horizontal adjustment
- Includes charger
- USB direct recharge or from mains
|EU Plug Supplied:||No|
|US Plug Supplied:||No|
|Aus/Nz Plug Supplied:||No|
Light and Lumen Settings
Over drive: 300 lumens - Up to 2 hours, 30 mins
High: 200 lumens - Up to 3 hours, 30 mins
Standard: 110 lumens - Up to 6 hours, 30 mins
Low: 60 lumens - Up to 14 hours
Flashing: 200 lumens - Up to 7 hours
About Front Lights
Cycle light technology has moved on greatly over the years, traditional 'bulb' lights have been more or less replaced by LED and HID systems. Battery, lens and reflector technology has been improved greatly resulting in brighter and longer run times. Wiggle lists a large selection of bicycle lights suitable for lit streets in the city, or unlit country lanes and even bike lights suitable for off road riding, ranging from around £8 to over £300 they vary greatly in purpose and performance. Tiny LED's with flashing or constant modes are great for being seen in built up areas, whilst rechargeable systems can keep the road or off-road trails lit up for non-stop riding at night.
All electrical goods sold on wiggle that come with a mains power supply are supplied with a UK plug. Please check the product description to see if any other plugs are known to be included in the box, otherwise you may need an adapter for use in your country. Most power adapters will accept 110-240 Volts.
In order to cycle on the road it may be a legal requirement in your country to use a light certified to a specific standard or an international equivalent. Most but not all lights sold on Wiggle are certified and labelled with a European CEN standard. Please check your country’s requirements to see if this is sufficient and if necessary contact the manufacturer to see if this light has been additionally certified for your country. Strangely some of the very best lights are not legal on their own and should be used with an additional legal backup light.
About the Moon brand
The Moon brand was launched into the UK in 2010, the brand is a product of a light manufacturer of many, many years experience. Innovation is defined as the process of making something better by introducing an idea or solution. At Moon, innovation is key to everything they do. Moon lights are designed and engineered with the highest performance, design and quality standards in mind.
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You would be better off investing in something with a wider beam - this would do at a pinch on roads with widely spaced lighting but not really on totallyunlit roads.
High power mode lights up everything in front of you for a long way. The spread is not as wide as some other lights so I use this helmet mounted so I can 'pan' the beam and spy kamikaze deer waiting to spoil my commute home.
If UK, are you able to use a standard USB docked PSU to charge it (such as an iPod, iPhone, Garmin USB charger)?
The USB cable charges from your computer. The USB cable fits into the UK plug. Only use this plug and buy an adapter from the chemist/ airport.
Charges fine from my computer as well as from charger plug so I assume would charge fine from any USB socket (including other chargers for USB devices).
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Is this the worst design ever, or is there a trick to turning the light off while charging?
I just plug mine in and the blue light flashes (intermittently). The actual light doesn't come on.
Maybe try plugging it in, and then pressing the top button to cycle through the modes. Did you have it on full brightness last time you used it?
It can be seen because it is so bright but there are others on the market better for side lighting.
Any help would be good thanks,
The fact that it was tight going on the mount worries me because mine slides on and off easily, maybe faulty mount mechanism or could you try different tightness levels on the mount to see if that makes any difference, in case that is pulling on the mechanism???
Just push the side button in and then slide it firmly.
Silly question, which way are you sliding it? Wondering if you are going the wrong way.
I guess it could also have also have some dirt in the slider. Might be best to the whole thing off the bike so you can take a better look.
Once off turn the bracket around and put the light back on so that most of the unit juts out in front (not balanced in the middle). You'll find it slips on and off very easily once it is on correctly!
It's a minor design flaw that you can fit it on the wrong way..
Maybe the manufacturer has more information on their website, as a spare might be a good idea on a long night ride.
I thought it was meant to stay on constantly once fully charged and whilst `i expected a longer initial charge time, this is ridiculous.
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