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The NiteRider is almost as bright as the test-winning BBB, but it’s more expensive and 100g heavier, so it gets the runner-up slot this time round.

£260.00
Score 8

The Lezyne Deca Drive 1500 XL is 30 per cent more expensive than the company’s Power Drive 1100 XL, but you get a third LED and a third more light

£139.99
Score 8

On full power, the Gloworm X2 Adventure only gets 1,222 lumens, but the beam is really even with no hotspots or shadows. A lightweight, well-made system, Gloworm just needs to…

£170.99
Score 7

We’ve no doubt the Volt 1600 would make a great road light, but off-road it has a limited beam and is underpowered compared to the competition.

£199.99
Score 7

BBB is a newbie when it comes to producing off-road lights, but as a first attempt the BBB Scope 1500 light is impressive.

£219.95
Score 10

On paper Xeccon’s new Zeta 5000R has a claimed 5,000 lumens, but we measured it well short at 1,656 lumens.

£189.99
Score 7

As the name suggests, the Magicshine MJ-908 8000 has a claimed 8,000 lumens, but when we ran it through our test sphere, it only recorded 3,758.

£169.99
Score 9

What sets this Lupine Betty R14 apart from the competition is, not only the whiteness of the light, attention to detail, and quality, but its usability.

£727.95
Score 9

With eight LEDs, the Hope R8+ is bright and has a wide spread and excellent reach. There’s plenty of fill-in light but we’d like the option to tune the brightness.…

£280.00
Score 8

Exposure Six Pack Mk9

Like all their lights, the Exposure Six Pack is an all-in-one design, which means the lamp and battery are contained in a single barrel-shaped body.

£435.00
Score 10

The Cateye Volt 6000 RC is a truly insane light. It puts out an absolutely incredible 6,624 lumens on full beam, which is 10 per cent more than claimed!

£699.99
Score 7

A solid lamp with a clever clamp that lets it stand out from the crowd - £240

£240.00
Score 9