NiteRider continues to move forward with their top selling bike light, the Lumina. This year they have upped the lumen output to 800 and have added a multi functional digital display. The Lumina OLED 800 is going to function similarly to the Lumina 750, but with a brighter beam. The key difference is the addition of the display screen. This display screen shows you battery life, what light mode you are using and how long your light will last in that light mode. You also have the option to turn off the display screen if you so choose. There are three levels of steady light and 4 flash modes. So there is a light mode for every situation.
Feedback on the Lumina OLED 800 has been positive with users really liking the multi functional display screen. Riders say it is user friendly, shows useful information and is easy to use with winter gloves on (a good feature for those dark, cold, Midwest winter commutes to work). The lockout feature is another trait that is well liked by users. The lockout feature allows you to lock the buttons so the light doesn’t accidentally get turned on if you put it in your bag or somewhere where it might get bumped. The video below shows the different features on the light and how to use it.