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K went on the website and there's 4 different ones I'm lookin at. Solstice hid, the led adventure light, the next gen led, and the Phoenix hid combo system. Mostly used for mountain sledding, what would be the best choice.
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K went on the website and there's 4 different ones I'm lookin at. Solstice hid, the led adventure light, the next gen led, and the Phoenix hid combo system. Mostly used for mountain sledding, what would be the best choice.
The Solstice HID is my favorite and is what I use, It is basically the same light as the Phoenix, however it is specifically made for mounting on a helmet, NO compromises.Unlike any light that is designed to also fit the handlebars.
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Off topic for this forum, but I'm guessing you will be at the 24 hour in Goldendale this weekend? I might need to rent/borrow/buy a spare li-poly charger from you if that would be possible. Pretty stoked with the Solstice so far, only ridden with it once to test it out, but that sucker is bright. Can't wait to use it for snow too. Great product.
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Off topic for this forum, but I'm guessing you will be at the 24 hour in Goldendale this weekend? I might need to rent/borrow/buy a spare li-poly charger from you if that would be possible. Pretty stoked with the Solstice so far, only ridden with it once to test it out, but that sucker is bright. Can't wait to use it for snow too. Great product.

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Yes we always support the 24hr races. We will be at the T for the fire lane and pit road. Left side near the sign up trailer.
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I'm looking at a couple of different options, the penetrator 310, and the Phoenix for my snow bike. I'll need to go battery powered, and that is why i wad thinking the 310 over the 610, but I'd like something nice and bright, which i believe the Phoenix will be. My question is how long will the battery last with what comes in the kit with the Phoenix? If memory serves, the 310 well go up to six hours on a battery? Is the Phoenix comparable, or will i need more batteries? And its going to bed used as necessary, I'm not planning on riding at night, but it happens, and i don't want to be without light. Thanks!
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I'm looking at a couple of different options, the penetrator 310, and the Phoenix for my snow bike. I'll need to go battery powered, and that is why i wad thinking the 310 over the 610, but I'd like something nice and bright, which i believe the Phoenix will be. My question is how long will the battery last with what comes in the kit with the Phoenix? If memory serves, the 310 well go up to six hours on a battery? Is the Phoenix comparable, or will i need more batteries? And its going to bed used as necessary, I'm not planning on riding at night, but it happens, and i don't want to be without light. Thanks!

What bike are you on? there may be other options other than battery only.
We can run lights from most all FI bikes.
That being said. I ALWAYS prefer a helmet mounted light for night rides, however if one does not plan on night riding and only wants a get out of the wood solution then something mounted might be less hassle.
The penetrator 310 is a great light, quite a bit brighter than an automotive headlight on high, but certainly no race light. 5 hr run time per battery pack on the 310.
The Phoenix is a bit brighter with a longer throw.
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Ya, 09yz450... My friend owns dieselwerx, and the 610 is awesome, but I'm pretty well stuck with a battery until i upgrade my bike... And part of the reason im thinking the Phoenix is so i can switch between handlebars, and helmet easily, just to have options. Would it have similar battery life? Or does it eat battery pretty quick from being hid?
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And also if you could shed some light (he he) on the options for the Phoenix, like the spot and flood with 2hr/4hr... So either light with 2 hours worth of batteries, and either light with 4 hours worth of batteries? Thanks
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Ya, 09yz450... My friend owns dieselwerx, and the 610 is awesome, but I'm pretty well stuck with a battery until i upgrade my bike... And part of the reason I'm thinking the Phoenix is so i can switch between handlebars, and helmet easily, just to have options. Would it have similar battery life? Or does it eat battery pretty quick from being hid?
I think the FI started in 2010, bummer The Phoenix or solstice lights have 2 and 4 hr burn time options. Its twice the electrical draw of the 310
the LEDs will also run to a lower voltage than the HDs will so you get a bit more run time.
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And also if you could shed some light (he he) on the options for the Phoenix, like the spot and flood with 2hr/4hr... So either light with 2 hours worth of batteries, and either light with 4 hours worth of batteries? Thanks
The spot and flood draw the same power. I highly recommend spot.especially on the helmet light.
Our batteries have the ability to plug in together or be run separately.
each battery yields 2 hrs run time on the solstice/Phoenix or 5 hrs on the 310
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