Meta55
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    30 September 2009
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 Moon X-Power 1500 Rechargeable Front Light
Moon X-Power 1500 Rechargeable Front Light
The X-Power 1500 is a high powered front light which generates 1500 lumens of light output. Comes supplied with a fully rechargeable external Li-ion battery pack.
 
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5 / 5
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Great light at a great price.
Posted9 February 2012
fromAxbridge, Somerset
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 35-44
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
" This light is quite simply fantastic. I paid £115 for it from Wiggle (sale + £5 off voucher) and I really don't think it can be beaten at this price!!!!
I use it as a helmet light as it throws out an astonishing beam, and it complements my Magicshine that I've got on my bars superbly.
I'm a great fan of 'cheapy' lights off eBay so would I pay the full price for the Moon X-power........er........no. Not because it's not worth the money, but because one off, and that's £300 down the drain.
My one niggle is the battery is quite heavy so needs to be in a rear pocket.
Overall......fan-blinkin-tastic. You can keep your Exposure Maxx-D and your Hope Vision 4 (which was blown away when I compared them to each other!!!), I'll have the Moon any day!!!!!
"
Pros: Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Versatile, ridiculously bright
Cons: heavyish battery
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 Joystick MaXx 2 Wiggle Front Light
Joystick MaXx 2 Wiggle Front Light
The limited edition Wiggle Joystick MaXx still boasts the impressive spec of the standard Joystick MaXx, but is anodised in a Wiggle orange finish to make it stand out from the crowd.
 
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5 / 5
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Excellent but expensive
Posted30 September 2009
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fromAxbridge, Somerset
Age : 35-44
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
" I bought this light to compliment my £34 chinese 900lumen h'bar light that I already own.
It really is superb, but I have to question the price. My other light is twice as bright and 25% of the price!
If you're feeling flush, it's a fantastic addition to a night ride. If you're on a budget, there are cheaper options.
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Pros: Attractive, High Quality, Lightweight, Versatile
Cons: Expensive
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 Moon X-Power 1500 Rechargeable Front Light
Moon X-Power 1500 Rechargeable Front Light
The X-Power 1500 is a high powered front light which generates 1500 lumens of light output. Comes supplied with a fully rechargeable external Li-ion battery pack.
 

Should the blue LED on the power switch remain on when the battery is disconnected?

This may well be a silly question, but should the blue LED on the power switch remain on when the battery is connected but the light switched off? It does make it useful to find the light switch when its dark, but I wonder how quickly it will drain the battery? For example, should I be disconnecting the battery from the light each evening to prevent necessary charging? I am guessing that the current draw of the blue LED is so low it's insignificant, but it would be good to have this confirmed.
Yes mate, it should stay on. As for power useage, it's so minimal I should think that it'd run for years with it on.
Great light though isn't it?!
8 years, 4 months ago
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Meta55
Axbridge, Somerset