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Magicshine MJ-906SE

At £99 the Magicshine MJ-906SE is an absolute steal, although the price doesn’t include a Light Connection Cable, which costs about £11.

£99.99
Score 10

Lupine SL X

Due to the output requirements, the Lupine SL X e-bike light is only compatible with Bosch, Brose and Shimano but not Yamaha bikes.

Score 8

Exposure Flex MTB

The Exposure Flex MTB is designed for e-mtbs and consists of a machined aluminium lamp unit, tethered remote switch, a bar clamp and a long cable.

£320.00
Score 8

Magicshine Monteer 8000

Magicshine Monteer 8000 should be renamed the Monster 8000 because it literally scares off any wildlife wandering around at night!

£369.99
Score 9

Light and Motion Seca Enduro

A version of the Light And Motion Seca Enduro has won this test several times over the last five years. This one continues the impressive results.

£419.99
Score 9

Sigma Buster 700

As the name suggests, the Sigma Buster 700 is a 700 lumen light with the battery and lamp contained in a lightweight plastic shell.

£69.99
Score 9

Exposure Toro MK12

In terms of size and weight, the Exposure Toro MK12 sits below the MaXx D and Six Pack but it still packs a punch, putting out 3,200 lumen in Reflex

£305.00
Score 10

Lifeline Pavo Motion 900

The official retail price for the Lifeline Pavo Motion 900 is £79.99, but it sells online at £59.99, so it looks like this is the real world price.

£79.99
Score 7

Although you can buy both of these lights separately, we were sent the set, which retails for £159.99. In the box you get a 1,100 lumen bar light and 800

£159.99
Score 8

Nightrider Pro 4200 Enduro

Build quality of Nightrider Pro 4200 Enduro is excellent and we like the carry case, but it’s heavy system and lacks run time to challenge the best on test.

£425.00
Score 7

magicshine monteer 6500

The Magicshine Monteer 6500 Zeus is a great product that is better finished and more durable that anything we've tested previously from the brand.

£269.99
Score 9

Lumicycle Commute S

Although not the flagship MTB light in the range, Lumicycle has really upped its game and the Lumicycle Commute S is an excellent all-rounder.

£279.99
Score 8

lifeline pavo motion 2400

The Lifeline Pavo Motion 2400 has a unique ‘Motion Control’ feature, which uses technology similar to that found in the Exposure Six Pack.

£149.99
Score 8

Knog PWR Mountain

Since the Knog PWR Mountain is a modular design, you can mount it in several different ways and also add other lamp units to the battery.

£199.99
Score 8

This model is the Hope R2 Epic mountain bike light, which has a bigger four-cell battery pack that doubles the run time compared to the standard R2.

£200.00
Score 8

exposure maxx-d

In a world where external battery packs and endless cabling constitute the norm, Exposure Maxx-D all in one approach is a breath of fresh air.

£385.00
Score 9

The Exposure Diablo MK12 is twice the price of some lights but it has the best head mount, it’s super powerful and has a usefully tight, focused beam.

£215.00
Score 10

Yet again Lupine has made the best light for mountain biking; attention to detail, build quality and programmability really set the Lupine Wilma R 7 apart.

£438.00
Score 10

Gloworm XSV

At 3,400 lumens on full power, the Gloworm eXesSiVe (or Gloworm XSV for short) is the brightest Gloworm light I’ve ever tested.

£289.00
Score 8

exposure diablo mk11

The tenth edition of the Exposure Diablo Mk10, this year with 30% faster charging, which throws out a blistering 1500 lumens.

£215.00
Score 10