Nitecore BR35 USB-Rechargeable Bike Light
Nitecore BR35 USB-Rechargeable Bike Light
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As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, staying safe on the road is paramount. With the Nitecore BR35 you can light up the road ahead and stay visible to oncoming vehicles, no matter the conditions Read More

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Alex88
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Jan 8, 2020
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USB-C?
Jan 8, 2020
KoBar
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Jan 5, 2020
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I have one for 2 years for commuting (Paris / Suburb), on road with traffic or trail far from any light. In city, I use wide beam to avoid to glare other bikes, and switch to long beam when crossing cars (remote button on handlebar). In trail, it depends on my speed. More often on level 1 or 2, sometime to maximum (level 4) at high speed to see farther. Very comfortable to have the time before shut down, 15h at level 1 after 2 years of daily use. The metal case permits to keep it cool, even in summer, compared to the other plastic light of my son (same power, other brand). Window is in glass, so no scratch, perfectly clear. Screw are visible, it might be possible to replace the battery, later. The only weak point from my point of view, is the lake of flashing mode, to use it during the day. Now I am waiting for the rear version in red, to keep car at safe distance. I place a order for my wife.
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Jan 5, 2020
yirgs
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Dec 31, 2019
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This light adds more than 1/2 lb to the bike! Everyone's needs are different, but this isn't for me. Replaceable batteries and light weight. I have to ride hills and it's tough enough--especially with my years! You know, look after the ounces and the pounds will take care of themselves.
Dec 31, 2019
phoenixsong
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Oct 6, 2019
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Should dual range low mode be 330 lumens instead?
Oct 6, 2019
Sterbai
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Aug 4, 2019
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1 hour of battery life at max output is very disappointing. You won't get much of a ride in with this expensive light.
Aug 4, 2019
GVU1
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Jan 2, 2020
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You should place this comment in the review !
Jan 2, 2020
phoenixsong
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Jan 2, 2020
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May not be able to unless the light was bought from here lol
Jan 2, 2020
LimeGreenYeti
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Apr 3, 2019
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Does anyone know if this light is more flood than spot? I'd like to mount this on my MTB bars for flood coverage, and use a helmet mounted light for spot. The avg night ride we do is around 2 hrs on trail in the woods so the battery life and lumens are fine on dual range high. I like the self contained part because the water mottle mount on my bike is under, and I don't like a wired battery in my camelbak.
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Apr 3, 2019
LoneRanger
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Dec 31, 2019
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I'm going to call both the long range and the short range lights floods. The short range is more of a pure flood due to the short and diffusion reflectors. The long range is smoother and longer so has both spot-throw/flood characteristics - more a flood though by pics here: https://flashlight.nitecore.com/product/br35
Dec 31, 2019
drewsg
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Feb 11, 2019
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can't seem to buy, site seems to be having issues!
Feb 11, 2019
Hongyee
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Feb 5, 2019
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Can it fit onto aero bar?
Feb 5, 2019
MeanEYE
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Nov 20, 2018
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I have to leave this comment on every bike light but I feel I am doing a service to riders so here it goes again. These bike lights which don't have removable batteries are only commuter lights. They are probably great for going from work to home or visiting friends however longer routes are out of the question as you can't depend on it to last you whole night. And no, lowest mode even though can push for some hours is nowhere near bright for long distance cycling. More to the point after couple of years once battery starts dying you have no other choice but replace perfectly good functioning light. Nitecore does seem to make this light easy to disassemble but I wouldn't count on it. My advice is get something like Fenix BC21R, which runs on 18650 battery. This allows you to swap the battery on the fly and provides similar performance to this one. Also, you can get a lot of information about other bike lights on bikelightdatabase.com (am not affiliated, just found it useful).
Nov 20, 2018
matt.sandy
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Aug 2, 2019
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I have never encountered a light which I couldn't replace the battery, but I have been on Lumina lights (no display) for quite a few years now.
Aug 2, 2019
yirgs
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Dec 31, 2019
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Agree completely with you on replaceable batteries. But bikelightdatabase.com give an "Error: The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request." Tried on chrome, edge and opera.
Dec 31, 2019
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