Light Systems

On twisty singletrack I found myself descending faster with this light than any of the others on the test. The Niteflux, Lumicycle and Lupine came close but this beam pattern was clearly the least straining in the twisty stuff, and to me that says a lot about the lighting game-it's beam quality for a particular application, not sheer quantity
-John Hardwick, Mountain Bike Australia
it is a big dollar piece of kit but the quality is obvious
-John Hardwick, Mountain Bike Australia
I didn't get a full appreciation for how bright the lights are, and for how well suited the beam patterns are for railing singletrack, until I was actually out there *racing*, at full speed. They are unlike anything I have ever ridden with. The difference compared to all the other riders I was passing out there was quite noticeable. Some people moved over for me WAAAAAY before I was anywhere near them, that's how bright they were. I had to tell a couple of them "not yet, I'm not even close....
- Scott, USA
..man are these things sexy. The system is so light weight that at first I thought the battery was missing! These guys don't miss any detail when it comes to setting up lighting for solo24's
- Jon, USA

Beam Comparison

Beam pattern type and spread for our powerful lighting systems are shown.

This will give you a great indication as to what you can expect out on the trail as images really don't do justice to our beam patterns.

Our current flagship models are the Podda Mk4, (2950+ lumens), with the RADXL (1250+ lumens) and the Chutta (910+ lumens), having similar features and beam quality.

These images will be updated with the latest pics real soon.