BikeRadar.com reviews the 2018 Gemini Titan 4000 Lumens and commends it for once again for producing outstanding night vision with new warm white LEDs. With numerous Gemini Lights products in their test fleet, BikeRadar concludes with product's faultless reliability and give it a leading score of 4.5 out of 5 stars.
It’s the way the Titan illuminates the trail that really stands out. The six light sources all overlap at fractionally different angles to give eye-friendly, multi-point clarity that makes crucial trail details much easier to decipher in 3D, whether they’re distant or right under your front wheel.
TheBrighterCyclist.co.uk awards the 2017 Gemini Titan 4000 Lumen with the Dialled In Award, describing it as the best of the best. The Titan 4000 outclasses the competition with its low profile design, awesome wireless remote and huge output.
Wow, what a light. It seems the Titan 4000 just outclassed all the other lights in test, which helps justify the £289.99 price tag. All in all a very well executed light that is well deserving of our Dialled In Award.
Road.cc takes the new Gemini Xera 950 Lumens outdoors for a thorough test. Tester Neil Gander noted the impressive power from its tiny size and its ease of use. The Xera 950 is pitted against the Exposure Strada 800, a light retailing for £100+ more, but doesn't hold a candle to the Xera 950's beam pattern and output.
"The Gemini Xera 950 Lumens is a super-compact package that is easily adapted to fit on either handlebar or helmet and throws out a lot of useful light for its size."
MBUK Magazine selected the Gemini Titan 4000 Lumen for their 2016 Test Winner.
Gemini's TITAN shows it's not just what power a light packs - although it's very well endowed in that department - but how it puts it on the trail that matters. It's basically three Gemini Duo lights side by side in a shared housing, with the six LEDs pumping out up to 4,000 lumens. The wide spacing of the LEDs creates an astonishing blaze of broadly spread but extremely far-reaching light.
Because the multiple sources don't suffer from cable shadows and overlap on the ground, the quality of trail detail you can see is in a different class to any other light here. That makes the 40 per cent 'medium' setting more than enough for most trail situations, with an instant-connection remote switch making mode changes easy. Each mode can be programmed in 10 per cent steps if the default doesn't suit you. The two O-ring mounts at either end of the lamp now come with taller spacers so the centre clears bigger stem faceplates, even on minimal rise bars.
We've been running Gemini Lights of all shapes and sizes for years without a single lamp, battery or connection issue and not much performance degradation either. Charging is relatively fast too, and there's an eight-cell battery model that adds half an hour of run time for only £10 more. That means the fact that the long cloth battery can slide about is the only complaint we've got about this deceptively simple but genuinely game-changing light.
Chris Smith from Toecutters.com writes an owner's review of the Gemini Xera 950 Lumen Light and highlights why quality matters. Chris commutes to work everyday with his Xera 950 and is pleased with its overall compact package, power, and price.
This is an excellent light if you are getting started into night trail riding or commuting in the city. External battery lights can reach up to the $400-600 dollar range so this light is definitely a must have for $129.