NiteFighter BT40 bike light/ helmet light

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NiteFighter BT40 bike light/ helmet light

Really nice bike light and helmet light, here is it’s website: http://www.nitefighter.com/product_view.asp?id=6

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Three questions please:

-Price after shipping? -Will this be available with XP-G2? -Does it come with a longer cord or do you have to ride around with a heavy battery pack strapped to the top of your head?
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FlashPilot wrote:
Three questions please: -Price after shipping? -Will this be available with XP-G2? -Does it come with a longer cord or do you have to ride around with a heavy battery pack strapped to the top of your head?
-MSRP:$119/set, not include shipping cost. -Only XP-G version available; -You can mount the light to your bike’s handlebar and mount the light to your bike’s frame. If you wan to mount to your helmet, you can choose 2*18650 battery set or 1*26650 battery set!

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Looks like a decent light Smile

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So it’s a MJ-872 clone for around half the usual price. I need to see some real life beam shots before I’d consider it over the triple XM-L offerings which can be had for $30 less.

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Thank you for saying~~

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leaftye wrote:

Modes?

100%~75%~50%~30% brightness, press any button to ON, press and hold any button 0.8seconds OFF

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No way to get around it – and trust us, we do not want. Wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle is not only a legal requirement, it is also a requirement for anyone with an air of common sense. While spending that money does not sound fun, like, you’re much better with a hole in your bank account one in his skull.
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I believe the post is regarding the location of the battery pack and not the helmet itself. Also, motorcycle helmets are not a legal requirement in NH, IL, or IA, for any motorcycle at any speed.

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No way to get around it – and trust us, we do not want. Wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle is not only a legal requirement, it is also a requirement for anyone with an air of common sense. While spending that money does not sound fun, like, you’re much better with a hole in your bank account one in his skull.
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EDDIE STEVE wrote:

eddysteve wrote:
No way to get around it – and trust us, we do not want. Wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle is not only a legal requirement, it is also a requirement for anyone with an air of common sense. While spending that money does not sound fun, like, you’re much better with a hole in your bank account one in his skull.
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As your link references the British motorbike championship
You don’t need to wear a crash helmet in the UK if your religion requires you to wear religious headgear that must be in contact with your head at all times

Although what my comment and your post have to do with a headlight is anyone’s guess ?

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