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    Default Indigo5

    I recently bought a street bike and it had a cheap light mounted to shine 5ft high about 5ft in front of the bike... So now that I'm not trying to illuminate clouds anymore I have started the great search for a decent bike light... I know... search.... No one seems to have any opinions on Indigo lights. I am leaning towards them and wanted to get some feedback from yall... The indigo5 while expensive looks cool... Yall are the specialists... what do you think?

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    Flashaholic* Steve K's Avatar
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    Default Re: Indigo5

    might be okay for off road riding. The web site has very little useful info on it, but based on the relative sizes of the emitter and reflector, the beam is likely far too wide for road use.

    I haven't done much shopping for lights lately, but I can't imagine buying this for road use when suppliers like Light and Motion sell lights better suited. There is also the factor of buying from a known and reliable manufacturer too...

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    Default Re: Indigo5

    I'm always put off when the web sites predominantly use renders instead of photos.

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    Default Re: Indigo5

    I appriciated the input... guess it's time to search for light and motion and see what I can find...

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    Default Re: Indigo5

    Looks high quality and heavy duty, emphasis on the heavy. Without replaceable batteries, seems like limited runtime.

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