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2015 NiteRider line includes longer life batteries, tail light with lazer lane guides

Published July 18, 2014
The new Enduro battery.

SAN DIEGO (BRAIN) — NiteRider 2015 bicycle light line includes Enduro batteries that provide longer run times, some increases in light power and a new tail light with lazers to show a rider's own riding "lane."

NiteRider has added its new Enduro battery to its Performance line of lights, including the Pro 2200 Enduro and Pro 770 Enduro lights. The new battery boosts run times up to 60 percent on those lights. The top-of-line Pro 3600 light system is available in both D.I.Y. and Enduro battery versions. 

Four out of the five models in NiteRider's Lumina Series have been boosted by an additional 50 lumens; these are the Lumina 750, Lumina 550, Lumina 400 and Lumina Micro 250 models. Several of these models get a price decrease for the new model year, as well. The Lumina 400 is now $80, which is $10 cheaper than its predecessor, the Lumina 350. The Lumina Micro 250 now retails for $59.99 and the Lumina Flare for $159.99, each $10 less than their earlier iterations. 

The Mako Series has improved cosmetics and includes the new Mako Mini model. The $25.00  light pumps out 50 lumens, runs on a single AA battery and has a run time between 12 and 60 hours.

The new Sentinel 2W USB tail light has a 30-lumens red light, and also has two laser lights that project visible lanes onto the road.

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