Blackburn Voyager 3.3 Front Lights

DESCRIPTION

The Voyager 3.3 light is a small and compact lightThat featuresThree high-powered white LED’sTo help light upThe ground and make you more visible. NoTools universal clamp works with standard and OS bars Steady and flash Mode 100 hour runtime steady; 300+ hour runtime flash 4 AAA Batteries included Lifetime Warranty LEDs: 3 White RunTime (Steady Flash): 100-300 hours Batteries: 4 AAA

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 22, 2011]
RobinGB
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

price and operation.

Great little commuter light, easy to turn off and on with gloves on. Easy to remove when i lock the bike up and duck into a store, dont think i would use it on a bar mount for trails. When the time comes i will most likely convert it to a helmet mount and jump to a much more powerful light for night rides.

[Oct 10, 2011]
chemical_brother
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Low price, ease of use, common battery

Weakness:

Bar mount is insufficient, light beam is a dim purple.

This light is better than moonlight, and probably only suitable to commuters looking to be seen by cars than for illuminating singletrack at night. If you have the means, save for something much brighter with a better mounting system.

The beam is tightly focused and has a purple hue that is disappointingly dim. Throw is not very impressive. There are portholes to the left and right that shine for some slight peripheral vision, however 4 triple-As will only provide so much power.

The build quality for the light is OK. I haven't ridden with this in the rain yet, but as long as the light isn't submerged in water, it should work.

The Voyager is packaged with rubber bar mount which utilizes a plastic screw and strap to fasten to bar. No matter how tight, the strap will give enough let the light change position through rough terrain such as railroad tracks or tree roots.

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Serfas TSL-250

[Apr 16, 2010]
bobbyh
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

nice beam. comes with good batteries. easy to take off and use as flashlight. strobe mode makes you highly visible to cars.

Weakness:

some people say the mounting bracket is cheap. well it may not be bullet proof, it seems pretty strong. i really cant find anything bad to say.

i bought the head/tail light combo. both are easy to remove and throw in your pocket, for a quick run to the store. like another post said, you might wanna get two if your on a fast trail. no regrets with this..

Similar Products Used:

none

[Sep 16, 2009]
kukulkan
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

nice focus beam , cheap, light weight

Weakness:

cheap holding system

nice light for the price , bright enough to see a coyote on the trail or a rabbit crossing your way, would recommend for casual riding

Similar Products Used:

none yet

[Aug 17, 2009]
witchdr77
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Small, Lite , Price, easy release to use as a flashlight.

Weakness:

Small tension adjustment knob.But then, once its on .... it's on.

Great on the rails to trail, and on easy singletrack. I recommend two, one on each side of the stem.If you can only get out to ride close to dusk, or your epic is taking you where visability may be an issue. It makes for a wide, bright, easy to see in the dark woods, where the moon cant help out.

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Cateye

[Apr 18, 2009]
TAD
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Good usable light beam though a little tight, lightweight, detachable, built well, One button control (On, flash, off)

Weakness:

Good sturdy mount, but mount thumb wheel is a little small and hard to turn when tightening the last little bit.

Bought this as a combo along with the Mars 1.0. Decent price for a fairly good product. Would recommend for a decent light for casual night riding.

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CatEye

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