The Cygolite Turbo 740 shines 740 lumens. That's bright! Ride trails after dark with full visibility. If you hit a stump, it won't be because you couldn't have seen it. Designed to look like a jet engine, without costing as much as one.
Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery technology is the same as what you'll find in your laptop computer and is far superior to alkaline batteries
Battery pack mounts to stem
Battery charge indicator
Smart Rapid Charger ensures longer battery life, and compatible with 100 ~ 240 volts for use worldwide
Up to 23 hours run time in it's lowest setting
2 hours run time on Boost
Full charge from empty to ready in about 4 hours
Quick release bike mount
Weight: 250 gr / 8.82 oz
LED Output: 740 lumens
CygoLite lighting systems come with a 1 year limited warranty against any defective part or craftsmanship. The lamps and batteries are warranted 30-90 days after the original date of purchase (Dependent on the specific light system. For more details on the lamp and battery warranty, refer to your light system manual). If the unit is under warranty, CygoLite will repair or replace defective components at no charge provided the product has not been subject to misuse, abuse, or non-CygoLite authorized alteration, modification or repair. Warranted products requiring service must receive a Return Merchandise Authorization number (RMA#) from customer service.
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23 Jan 2012
Ezra E says...
I have been using this light for a few weeks now, and it performs well. It is disturbingly bright, and I can get groceries at night without worrying about stretches of road where all of the streetlights are out, because I have street visibility on par with motor vehicles. It is easy to adjust the aim on the fly, but you will be disappointed to find that the mounting bracket is too large for standard handlebars (such as what I have on my old Schwinn MTB), even with the included reducer and tightened down all the way. I had to find a scrap of silicone from an old broken Camelbak water bite valve to wedge between the handlebars and the clamp, to keep it from flopping over. You might try a section of old inner tube. It is simple enough to change light modes with gloves on. The quick release (where the light connects to the mounting bracket) is very tight, so much that it never actually clicks, and this concerns me, but it never has wiggled free so far. I would have given it a higher rating if a few more supplies were included for a more professional mounting solution. I can only assume that when I buy a nice bike some day in the future (one worth more than this light, I see the irony), the handlebars are thicker and do not require such customization to mount properly. I am also thinking that perhaps in time, the quick release bracket may loosen up with age to slide further and click in all the way into place.