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Smart Lunar 25 Lux Front Light

by Smart
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

RRP: £34.99
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  • Intuitive mounting bracket, installs without tools
  • Tough construction withstands extreme weather conditions
  • Limited lifetime warranty; Batteries included
  • Finished in an attractive Black Design

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  • ASIN: B00J4JG192
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Jan 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,663 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Box Contains

1 x Light, 1 x bracket

Product Description

Smart lunar 25 lux front light (2xaa batt inc)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Colour Name:White
Since getting into cycling more seriously a few years ago I have always bought Smart lights after owning Cateye when I was younger and not being that impressed with them but also because of the value of Smart lights and also the fact that their brackets fit well.

In fact I think my 1st purchase from wiggle was a 1 Watt Smart "Egg" front light. Boy - have things improved since then but sensibly the brackets have remained the same or very similar.

The brackets are much improved over their earlier models which used to have a "quick release" type lever to secure. Sometimes this could work loose. This new and improved design uses a "screw" that is done up by hand but completely eliminates the possibility of it working loose, even over our shocking roads.

Anyone who complains about this simply isn't installing it correctly.

IMO these are road / commuting lights. However I now have 2 but not yet tested. 1 will be shined down and in front to illuminate any debris or postholes and the other will be angled straight ahead so that cars see me coming.

The light with bracket weighs 129 grams. As far as I can tell it is exactly the same size as the Lunar 35 but weighs 10 grams less.

One advantage of this is it seems to have a wider spread of light than the 35 that is very laser like.

If you want an offroad light then I suggest using one with a separate Li - on battery pack. These can be bought from China.

However for a very decent road / commuter light you simply cannot go wrong with these at the bargain price I paid.

** Smart are owned by Fisher Outdoor Leisure if you need to contact. They have brands such as SRAM & Rockshox under them so definitely a very good cycling pedigree. HTH
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very bright. 29 Jan 2014
Colour Name:Black|Verified Purchase
Amazing how the technology has changed over the last few years. in 2007 I bought a Cateye triple shot pro for £200 which has 3 bright LEDs and a Li-Ion battery pack for about 4 hours use. This smart light seems about as bright as 1 of the triple shot LEDs which for £12 is amazing. It also lasts for 12 hours on max brightness which again is amazing. It is a quite focused spot with a large halo which works well in town. it would work ok for country roads but not MTBing single track etc. but that is not surprising. The flashing setting is also very bright. Almost too bright. I don't think you really need anything brighter as a "be seen" light. Thoroughly recommend this. Though top top: make sure you get the black one not the white one. I have both and find the white one is slightly translucent which bleeds a bit of light through the top which is distracting when riding in the dark. The black light is fine though with no light bleed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bright with a sufficiently broad beam 16 Nov 2013
By Twasme
Colour Name:White|Verified Purchase
I have one of these Smart Lunar 25 Lux lights as well as the allegedly brighter Smart Lunar 35 Lux Front Light. As noted by one of the other reviewers, this 25 Lux light seems the better light by far. It has a broader beam than the 35 Lux equivalent. It does seem a little dimmer, but not by as much as one might expect given the difference in rating. I regularly cycle along an unlit canal towpath. With the Smart Lunar 35 Lux light, the light beam was so narrow that I had to significantly slow down, as the edge of the canal was not adequately illuminated. No such problems using this 25 lux light: the full width of the path is illuminated. And with the light on it highest setting I can see far enough into the distance; not quite as far as with the 35 lux, but far enough.

This is the first light I have come across in this price range that I have felt comfortable using without also having a British-Standards compliant old-fashioned incandescent cycle lamp fitted as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad, not fantastic 4 Feb 2014
Colour Name:White|Verified Purchase
This light is well constructed and feels solid. Just two problems, the light starts to dim after only about 4 hours and the batteries need to be charged up (tried other batteries) so the light is fine if are organised and keep the batteries charged. The second thing is the handle bar mount, when you push the light into place there is no click and the clip that holds it is very small, I lost my last light to it falling off. This problem is okay if you're aware of it and check the light is secure every time you put it on.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very bright 5 Dec 2013
Colour Name:White|Verified Purchase
These lights have so far worked very well. They certainly throw light a long way ahead! The light bracket is OK at the moment, only time will tell. I've got a few other Smart lights and I must say that they have out-performed the various other makes I've had over the years.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic A+++++ 30 Nov 2013
Colour Name:White|Verified Purchase
Great little light.

Solid bracket, good brightness, lightweight and decent battery life. Perfect for urban commuting.

Wouldn't recommend it for non-lit areas though as the spread isn't the greatest.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic little light 8 Nov 2012
Colour Name:White
I bought one of these lights two and a half years ago, and together with some rechargeable Duracell batteries, it never let me down. The bracket was a different matter and I've got through roughly one a year. The second failed me this past week, prompting the light to fall off, at which point it got run over by a car (rather the light than me). But while the lens and LED chunk of the light became a very complicated jigsaw, I didn't expect to find the body, with batteries tucked inside, still intact! Tough little thing.
I thought I'd use its demise to upgrade slightly. Maybe that 25lux light was special, but the 35lux version I bought is rubbish in comparison! Yellower light, narrower beam, nowhere near as good at (a) showing up pigeons on dimly lit bike paths, or (b) alerting the pigeons to the fact that the light is coming for them.
So I've gone back to this model.

The new Smart brackets are supposedly suitable for all handlebar mounts - not quite. No matter how tightly you adjust them, they'll slip. Find some rubber shim stuff from another brackety thing (my D-lock mounts seem to come with a tonne of the stuff), cut a couple of slivers long enough to go halfway around your bars, then tighten the bracket over those to stop it rotating like a disco light every time you go over the slightest bump.

You can't ride unlit roads or tracks with this light, but for the price you shouldn't expect to. Use it with a flashy little LED and you'll be plenty lit up for city and dim light conditions.
Four, not five, stars because of the bracket.
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