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Re: Night Rider MiNewt Vs. Cygolite Night Rover Xtra

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  • tda0818
    That s a shame about your MiNewt, Carl, but the new one looks like a good light, too. I can t imagine you ll even notice the weight. I just got a Light and
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 2, 2008
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      That's a shame about your MiNewt, Carl, but the new one looks like a
      good light, too. I can't imagine you'll even notice the weight.

      I just got a Light and Motion Vega headlight (4W LED, NiMH) for my
      non-X bike, a couple weeks ago. Very happy with it, so far.

      -- urbino

      --- In rootsradicals@yahoogroups.com, "kwikfile08" <kwikfile08@...> wrote:
      >
      > So here I was on the train, I exit it w/o my Helmet and Night Rider
      > light <http://www.niterider.com/prod_minewtx2.shtml> on the seat.
      >
      > A Big Dummy is what I felt like.
      >
      > So down at REI I picked up this Cygolite Night Rover Xtra
      > <http://www.cygolite.com/products/halogen/Rover_Xtra.html> , and a new
      > Helmet, a Bell CiTi.
      > <http://www.bellbikehelmets.com/productDetail.asp?prodID=10>
      > Reading about them I found they were designed around the commuter. So
      > tomorrow in the a.m. I will give the Cygolite a try. It has two lights a
      > 6w and 10w combination. It is Halogen Vs Led NiMh Battery Vs LiOn But If
      > the light is good and lights well I will not care about the weight. I
      > tell ya the NightRider MiNewt was sweet. So more later after I ride on
      > the mean streets of OC and LA counties. I regret losing the light, but
      > hey I got my health and family and so Life is Good! I feel fortunate to
      > be able to buy a nice light anyway, so I am blessed.
      >
      > namaste <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namaste> ,
      >
      > Carl
      >
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