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    Gemini Titan: Genuinely Class-Leading Illumination - BikeRadar.com

    Gemini Titan 4000 Lumens Handlebar Mount | BikeRadar.com

    BikeRadar.com takes the Gemini Titan 4000 Lumen Light for a test and comes back impressed with its strong power, tidy beam pattern, and convenient wireless remote. The Gemini Titan is programmable in 10% increments to fine-tune runtime as required. BikeRadar.com scores it a superb 4.5 out of 5 stars.

    The six-LED output is quite simply the best we’ve used in terms of practical power and balance. Impressively broad corner coverage blends with ‘far as you can see’ distance throw for speed work and a huge amount of front and centre fill for accurately assessing techy trails even at half power. Truly brilliant user-friendly mega light at a reasonable weight and price. Buy if you want to equip your rig with genuinely class-leading illumination.

    Read the full article on BikeRadar.com


    Gemini Titan: The Perfect Off-Road MTB Light - FoDMTB.com

    Gemini Titan Review - FoDMTB.com

    Forest of Dean MTB took the Gemini Titan on numerous night rides before giving an honest, in-depth review of the light – describing it as the perfect off-road MTB light. They specifically noted how the Titan was surprisingly smaller than expected, with its cleverly simple center mounting system. Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

    It is the perfect off road MTB bike light. Incredibly bright, lightweight and compact with long burn times. For riders who want to turn night into day, and built their confidence for a full-on night riding experience. The Titan resides on the high-end premium sector of the market but at a very competitive price, considering the lumen output and battery life, both of which are awesome.

    Gemini Titan Review - FoDMTB.com

    Gemini Iris Rear Light: Quality Light, Top-Class Brightness - Road.cc

    Gemini Iris Rear Light Review - Road.cc

    Road.cc's Dave Atkinson took on a plethora of rear bicycle lights to find out which one is the best. The Gemini Iris Rear Light was highlighted for its highest lumen output from the test, simple mounting, as well as it's quality construction and feel.

    Top-of-the-class brightness for when you really need to get seen, with a good range of lower power options, 4/5 stars.

    Read the full article on Road.cc

    Gemini Iris Rear Light Review - Road.cc

    Gemini Duo: Serious Punch, Small Package - Cyclist.co.uk

    Gemini Duo 1500 Lumens Review - Cyclist.co.uk

    Jordan Gibbons from Cyclist.co.uk reviews the new 2016 Gemini Duo 1500 Lumen with the wireless remote. Jordan describes how the Duo 1500 has changed his opinion on lights with separate battery packs, noting the flexibility of a larger battery pack option. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars.

    There’s no doubting that the Gemini Duo 1500 is a seriously cool little light. The beam pattern and throw are good, as is the brightness in general. All in it’s a great light, made awesome by the wireless remote.

    Read the full article on Cyclist.co.uk

    Gemini Iris Rear Light: Top Pick of the Year - BikeRadar.com

    BikeRadar.com Top Roadie Picks of the Year

    The Gemini Iris Rear Light was selected as one of the top picks of the year for roadie gear. Seasoned BikeRadar.com road technical editor, from Warren Rossiter highlighted his favourite must-have gear for road cyclists.

    The small dimensions of the Iris hide a triple-LED equipped lens that packs some serious punch... On the full 100% power mode it's almost too much, but thankfully the four modes offer varying brightness... Battery life is excellent (on pulse mode it'll run for more than 20 hours) so charge intervals aren't that regular and power switch shows battery level too.

     Gemini Iris Rear Light Review - BikeRadar.com