More DiNotte 1200L Headlight Pictures

…again, on my RANS Citi Crank Forward [earlier post].

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 DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed
DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed
DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed DiNotte 1200L Headlight Installed

Author: jalexartis

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6 thoughts on “More DiNotte 1200L Headlight Pictures”

  1. I am in awe of your remarkable setup. You, sir, are my hero. Seriously, I am just a little envious of the 1200L. I have an 800L on the handlebar of my commuter, and a 400L on my helmet. It is probably plenty of light, but still, I want that 1200L.
    Thanks for sharing the pictures.

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  2. I just spoke with Rob today and ordered the 1200L,…got a nice deal too. I am stepping up from an old school NiteRider Classic dual beam 12w/20/32w. I already own the 400L taillight and get plenty of compliments about it. The Dinotte stuff is pretty impressive and hopefully it will light up the night better than the NiteRider did. Thanks for sharing your pics.

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    1. GREAT for you. Many curious shoppers are dissuaded by the cost. I’ve always called and been pleased with what I’ve had to pay. Being a regular customer helps. OTOH, I never say what I paid. CONGRATS on your selection, you will indeed like it. One never has to use full power. It is comforting to know you have it, if needed. I used the NiteRider Flight and the Evolution Plus. They were okay. I like the DiNotte systems much better. I’m happy the pictures helped. Thanks for commenting here on my blog. Take care and safe riding. –jim

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      1. Jim- Thanks for the timely reply. I noted you commented about the Dinotte stuff on some other reflectors as I did as much research as I could. My wife freaked out when she saw the bill for the light but I told her that my safety was paramount! 😉 The Dinotte lighting systems flat out ‘works’ and Rob’s customer service is excellent. So I think it offsets the actual costs. Rob is in the business to make money but he is also very easy going and nice to speak to. I am sure if I run into a warranty issue, he will take care of me.
        I also wanted to talk about a new product. It is called BikeGlow. It is made out of EL wire and can be wrapped around your bikeframe for 360 visibility. It’s kinda like the glow sticks you see at festivals around the necks of dogs and children. For $25, I am going to give it a try. It might look funny or tacky,… but if you are ‘seen’,… it is well worth it.

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  3. Thanks uglyatc for the additional comment. I think customer service makes a difference and Rob is good at what he does. I have 2 sort videos the show the lighting power of DiNotte lighting. I value my life to the extent, like you, I have the lights that work for me. Did you see comments from me on DiNotte lighting other than BROL, and the Catrike and RANS Crank Forward Boards?

    I used EL wire on my RANS Stratus XP as well as the Down-Low Glow Light. I prefer the DLG to EL wire. The idea, is to have reliable lighting for the distance you are going to ride. If it is in the country, of course there will be places that you can save battery. Funny or tacky is well, if it keep you alive.

    Thanks for your visits and comments.

    Jim

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