Head Lamps and Bike Lights

Magicshine MJ-868: 1000 lumens super compact

This super compact light outputs 1000 lumens through a large parabolic mirror for maximum illumination. Weight with head-strap, without battery is 135 grams. Lamp has two brightness levels, and can also be set to blink.

Magicshine MJ-872: 1600 lumens

A four-LED head that is light and bright. (weight with optional head-band, without batteries: 140g). A good review can be found here: href=;http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/accessories/lights/front/product/review-magicshine-mj872-front-light-11-45293 http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/accessories/lights/front/product/review-magicshine-mj872-front-light-11-45293

Magicshine MJ-880: 2000 lumens

This light outputs an incredible 2000 lumens, for up to 2.5 hours at full strength. The lowest light output is still much brighter than regular headlights and will last for many more hours. Though originally meant as a bicycle light, it can be easily used as a headlight with the optional headband. The weight of the lamp unit with the headlamp strap (but without the battery pack) is 160g. Top buttons can set brightness from 25% to 50% to 75% to 100%, with one button to increase, the other to decrease brightness. Indicator light in top buttons shows battery level: Green: 100% - 70%, Blue: 70% - 40%, Red: 40% - 10%, Flashing Red: under 10%. Comes with rechargeable battery pack and charger Optional extra battery pack is available, if bought with a light you save 50% of the extra battery pack. A good review can be found here: href=http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/category/accessories/lights/front/product/review-magicshine-mj-880-front-light-12-46591 http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/category/accessories/lights/front/product/review-magicshine-mj-880-front-light-12-46591