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Smart Lunar 25 Lux Front Light with 2 x AA Batteries
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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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Smart Front Lights
Smart have created a variety of bicycle front lights to accommodate many riding styles and requirements. Incorporating high technology features such as four light modes to provide greater visibility and awareness from other road users. All Smart front lights have a common mounting bracket system making them easily attachable without requiring any tools and also fitting all handlebar sizes making them versatile.
Lux rating measures the same intensity of light over a given surface area, which is ideal for front lights as the width of the beam pattern is as important as the strength.
Combining Lumen with Lux
A Lumens rating is simply an indication of the width of the beam at its widest point. The behaviour of a light is best described when combining the Lux and Lumens value. See the left side chart to view the Lux to Lumens conversion chart and how various combinations behave when riding.
Smart front lights come with various light modes to assist the rider in various cycling environments. The lights includes constant and flashing modes which mean steady and on, and flashing to give greater awareness to other road users to your presence. The range of lights can also offer low, medium, high and flashing modes to accommodate a variety of riding environments.
Smart is one of the biggest manufacturers of cycle lights and is synonymous with quality and reliability. Smart lights deliver minimalist style and substance, they are known for their performance output which includes brightness and high run times. The strong build quality of every Smart light ensures reliability and that rider safety comes first. The lights also incorporate high technology features such as extended run times, Constant Watt technology and TIR lens design.
Attaching Smart Lights to Your Bike
All Smart lights have an integrated clip and can be attached to trouser belts and bags without using brackets. Smart front brackets include a five degree on the fly angle adjustment and rears easily attach to seat posts and seat trays.
Features of Smart Front Lights
- Various light modes including low, medium, high and flashing
- Increased power Lux ratings
- Constant Watt technology
- High run times
- TIR lens design
Smart Range Comparison Table
Smart Lunar 10
Smart Lunar 25
Smart Lunar 60
|Light Functions||Constant and Flashing||Constant and Flashing||High, Low, Flashing||High, Low, Flashing||Low, Medium, High, Flashing|
|Run Time - Low beam steady mode||N/A||75||20 hours||6 hours||4 hours|
|Run Time - High beam steady mode||100 hours||50 hours||12 hours||3 hours||2.5 hours|
|Run Time - Flashing mode||200 hours||100 hours||40 hours||20 hours||25 hours|
|Batteries Required||2 x AA||2 x AA||2 x AA||2 x AA||USB Rechargeable|
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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.
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
It's a light. It works when you switch it on, and it uses standard AA batteries, so no faffing about with chargers unless you want to use NiCad rechargeables. The advertised run-time - which I haven't tested - should be good enough for a whole night's ride if you give it a fresh pair of batteries before you set off. The mounting bracket is very good, although if you are taking the bracket itself on and off in the dark, watch out you don't drop the little thumb-wheeled bolt or the threaded rod it screws into. If you leave the bracket on the bike this won't be a problem of course, and the light itself clicks in and out of the bracket nicely.
(A word on batteries though: as any photographer will know, alkaline batteries perform particularly badly in the cold, fading in voltage rather quickly. For winter riding one would be much better off using NiCad or NiMH rechargeables, or if you don't mind spending the money, non-rechargeable Lithium AA batteries last better than anything in either warm or cold weather.)
Now the bad bits...
I bought this light because it was relatively cheap, and yet it was said to have a wider beam pattern than the Lunar 35. Unfortunately, the beam pattern is still far too narrow for me. It throws a little spot far up ahead, a spot so narrow that is difficult to even align that spot where you would want it to be. You could angle it right down towards the front wheel, but then that defeats the object. I should say that I already had front lights that would make me seen by other road users, and I wanted a light that I could see by. This doesn't really work for me in that respect.
Before I got this light I had been using those £3.99 RING LED stick lights - the ones with three AAA batteries inside.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These Smart Lunar light throw out a very narrow bright beam. That's fine for being seen by a car 1/4 of a mile away but not much else. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
arrived within 2 days or ordering so very happy with that, it has a bright enough light so very happy with the purchasePublished 19 months ago by Richard Steers
It surprisingly came with a rear light. The light is good enough for a city, but I would use a better one if u plan to go further, where no artificial light is installed. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gorka Guridi
Bought as a Christmas present, he was very pleased and it's perfect for in the town at night. Would buy from user againPublished 24 months ago by Miss Laura A Mathieson