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    One-Year Review: Princeton Tec EOS light

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    One-Year Review: Princeton Tec EOS Light | GRAVELBIKE.com

    Summary: light weight, efficient, and more usable light than other brands/models claiming 150%-200% more lumens.
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    Nice review!

    Thanks for the long-term review. I have been looking for something similar. I will definitely check this one out.
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    I'm a big believer in using an additional helmet light. It really gets drivers attention and prevents them from pulling out or turning in front of you. I'm currently using a Fenix LD20 for a helmet light, but something smaller and lighter would be nice. I run my Fenix on the 2nd highest setting usually, which is about 100 lumens, and a set of AA batteries will last about 4 hours on a single charge.

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    Great review...Thank you sir..

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    Nice review.

    I just got a L&M Urban 300 for road rides and commutes - came with helmet mount. Haven't used it on my noggin yet but thought it might interest you.

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    Here's another helmet light worth considering -- the Light & Motion Vis 360. Although more expensive, it includes a rechargeable helmet headlight and tail-light combination. The headlight is 110 lumens on high and the tail-light is supposedly one of the brightest available. The entire system weighs 130 grams. The runs time are not as long as the Princeton light but it is easily rechargeable.

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    To piggyback on tarwheel2's post. I really enjoy my LIGHT & MOTION || VIS 360. It is incredibly light and barely noticeable on my helmet.

    I recently had issues with this light after using it for over a year. I called the company and they shipped me a new one, no questions asked.

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