Magicshine MJ-900 – Rechargeable LED Front Light, 1200 Lumens

£59.99 (as of September 18, 2017, 7:40 pm)

The MJ-900 makes use of four power levels 100%, 50% 30% and a flashing mode. These power options are chosen by pressing the button on top of the lighthead and each option is scrolled through including the off position before cycling back to 100%.
The MJ-900 comes with a tiny 2.6Ah battery as standard, perfect for keeping weight down. The battery indicator for this light shows red once the battery is below 30% charge.
The standard 2.6Ah 4.4V battery will give a maximum output run time of 2.3 hours on full power, with just over 4 hours on 50% power going right up to 10 hours on 30% of power .

Description


The MagicShine MJ-900 bike light using a Cree XM-L2 LED. This little light really is tiny, but does pack a punch for it’s size. The MJ-900 comes with a 2.6Ah 7.4V battery as standard weighing in at 130 grams it will make your commute a synch with very little extra weight to carry! Technical Information: 1 x CREE XM-L2 LED’s luminous flux: 1200 lumens LED lifespan: 50,000 hours shell material: Aluminum alloy and plastic Switch: two top click switch modes: 100%, 50%, 30%, flashing 2 x 18650 li-ion battery (7.4V 2.6Ah) run time 2.6 hours @ 100% output battery life span 500 cycles charging time 3- 3.5 hours Waterproof grade IPX4 Size L45xW33xH38mm
The MJ-900 makes use of four power levels 100%, 50% 30% and a flashing mode. These power options are chosen by pressing the button on top of the lighthead and each option is scrolled through including the off position before cycling back to 100%.
The MJ-900 comes with a tiny 2.6Ah battery as standard, perfect for keeping weight down. The battery indicator for this light shows red once the battery is below 30% charge.
The standard 2.6Ah 4.4V battery will give a maximum output run time of 2.3 hours on full power, with just over 4 hours on 50% power going right up to 10 hours on 30% of power .
The Magicshine MJ-900 has a beam angle of 20 degrees, so slightly wider than the MJ-858, with a thoroughly decent beam throw.
A newly shaped ‘o’ ring makes mounting this light head to your bars even simpler than before. The battery reverts back to the velcro strap of old, but for such a small battery this works perfectly.