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Anyone using Sigma Sport Mirage lights?(2 posts)

Anyone using Sigma Sport Mirage lights?roadcyclist
Oct 17, 2001 5:40 AM
Looking for feedback on SigmaSport Mirage lighting system. It seems that it is the only headlight that will fit oversize handlebars (Deda Magic). Thanks
re: Anyone using Sigma Sport Mirage lights?Flothru
Oct 19, 2001 8:13 AM
I have the system that came with the extra 10 watt highbeam light. I use mine maily for moutain bikeing and you need a little more light in the woods(my opinion). They are plenty bright and easy to mount and use. The may not be the best for long road rides. Bellow I tried to list Pros and cons simply for you. My buddy just fork over $380.00 for a night sun helmet mounted light. Holy broken forks batman that thing cuold be used for night time surgery. it has a 4 hr run time the battery is light and the system is digital. Other benefit there is you would not need to worry about mounting it to your bars. and the light would always be were you want it.

Pros: Bright as more expensive models
Cheap $89.00
Easy to install
Run time 2-3 hrs Low beam only.

Cons:Instructions are vague at best.
No timer for charger.
Run time with high beam 45min-1hr
Battery is heavy.

Good luck and good riding.

Jim C.