Moon Aerolite Front/Rear Rechargeable Helmet Light
Moon Aerolite Front/Rear Rechargeable Helmet Light
- 1 pce Cre XH-G LED (Front) & 7 chip COB LED (Rear)
- Rechargeable lithium ion battery 3.7v / 700 mAh
- 6 modes
- Quick release patented universal bracket
- Quick release helmet mount
- 2 x O rings 20-35mm & 35-52mm
- Low battery, charging & fully charged indicator
- Automatic fully charged cut off
- High precision lens
- Side visibility
- 62 degrees total light angle
- 11 degrees spot angle
- 65mm x 23.5mm x 27mm
This light can mount to:
- Handlebar drops
- Seat post
- Over drive 60 lumens - 5 hours 50 mins
- High 30 lumens - 9 hours 50 mins
- Flashing 15 lumens - 38 hours 20 mins
- Overdrive / Overdrive 60 lumen front / 10 lumen rear - 2 hours 40 mins
- Overdrive flashing 60 lumen front / 5 lumen rear - 4 hours 15 m
Mark Great lights, just ensure you keep the charger plug firmly fixed in, not the best water seal.
Mr Byrne Using as a helmet light. It is okay but not powerful enough to be your primary light.
Mr Anderson This small light is just what I was after. It's compact and has various modes that I like.
Mr FABRE good for now
Mark Great lights, visible front and rear. Plenty of angle adjustment too. Using them as a pair mounted on the drops.
Howard Excellent small light that mounts in a space that is always available with drop bars. I always try to have one with me day or night
Philip Great value light. Tiny and light but super bright!!
Mr SAWFORD Neat little light works well to be seen by at dusk. I use this on my aero bike and I wanted a small but bright light. I have bought Moon brand lights before and find them reliable to use.
Julian For being seen, this light is bright from both rear and front. The helmet attachment is very easy to set up and adjustable. Only down side was switching it on with gloves, as the button is integrated into the rear light and there isn`t a physical click. So while riding, I couldn`t actually turn it on. With no gloves or fingerless gloves, the switch is very responsive. So maybe if wearing gloves, just have it on from the start. I`d probably dock half a star for this point, but not enough to make it down to 4 stars. The light is small and light. A good purchase.
Mr Collins Had one before - rate it highly hence bought another. Minus one star because rear red light stopped working after a year or so on first one.
Keith Ideal Light weight backup light and reasonably priced.
Mr Clawson Moon lights were completely off my radar, then I saw this light. I was looking for an auxiliary light and this seemed to fit the bill. I was impressed at the brightness of the light. I have a section on my commute that takes me though a park and this light is brighter than my Lezyne, OK I could turn up the brightness of the Lezyne but then it burns through the power quite quickly. I would go so far to say that this is not just an auxiliary light but a light in its own right, although not sure if it would be legal. Operation: You operate the light by clicking the rear light button. At first I couldn`t get the rear light to work. A single click starts the front light, but you need to do a double click to get the rear light working. This starts the lights working in flashing mode you can press it a couple of times to get it on constant mode. Fixing: it is supplied with two sets of fixing one for attachment with silicone bands (two supplied) and one with velcro. I used the velcro attachment to attach the light to my helmet. Charging: The only annoying thing about the light for me is when I put it on charge at my desk at work the red flashing light is too bright and is distracting. That`s easily rectified by covering it over with something. Some people may even like this feature some other lights it is difficult to know when they are charging and have charged. Overall, I`m impressed with the light and the Merlin price was the cheapest. I would certainly buy another one, of this same model or another model when I need to replace my other lights.
Russell I use these purely as forward-facing 'notice-me' lamps. They are surprisingly bright and can upset on-coming drivers if set horizontal. They appear well made and durable. For me there are two minor irritants but otherwise they are an excellent 'running' light. The usb input socket is in the same plane as the mount and in my location that prevents fitting the charging cable in-situ or of using a power-pack to extend operating life into weeks. The other minor irritant is that they do not remember their last setting. I don't use them as primary road illumination but I do recommend them as running lights
Peter Lin Compact light for rides in the dark that makes you visible, the angle of the mount can adjust so it doesn`t matter if your bar end is not level.
Mr HAYASHI Great, nice Front/Rear Bike light. Easily set on my road bike handle bar and easily handled. Thanks very much for the nice price. I'll recommend this Moon Light to others.
fred.e What a great little light. I purchased two as I needed something lightweight for my helmet and also for my drop bars as pictured. Fantastic price too from Merlin
Mr Parsons I bought this as a helmet light to be see by for commuting. It's light and bright and has multiple fitting options, recommended!
cote I live 30 miles West of Boston Massachusetts. I commute 10 miles each way to work. The first 2 miles is a heavy traffic area. I really like the Moon Aerolite Front/Rear Bike Lite. On flash mode it gives me added visibility to traffic. The last 8 miles is all back road. I switch the lights to full bright at that point. I use these lights to compliment other lights on my bike. This was my first experience with Merlin Cycles. I received my order quickly and my purchase was exactly as expected. Thank you Merlin Cycles. I will be making other purchases and recommend you to my cycling friends.