Chrome Bike Backpacks and Messenger BagsOrtlieb Bike Bags & PanniersXtracycle Bike Cargo Kits, Parts and AccessoriesRideKick Electric Powered Bike TrailerMiiR Bottles one4oneBanjo Brothers Affordable Cycling GearBionX: Electrify Your BikeBike Bag Shop -- Grocery, Shopping, Market PanniersCommuter Bike Store Fuji TahoeElectric Bike ReportCygoLite Bike Lights: Engineered to ShinePlanet Bike: Better bike products for a better world

PricentonTec Corona Extreme Bike Light first impression

by Moe

Princetontec light
We have partnered up with PricentonTec, they are a manufacturer of lights for all types of sports. They sent us a Corona Extreme Bike Light and a RF6 rear light to evaluate. As soon as I opened the package, I was surprised by the small and lightweight size of the Corona light and battery holder. The Corona light has 4 modes of illumination, 8, 5,3, or 1 of the LEDs light up depending on your needs. It also features as flash mode which turns the light into a safety light. The Corona light also comes with a helmet mount, a feature that is very useful if you are planning on doing some trail riding.
Princetontec light
I installed the lights on the Ibex Corrida LT 4.4 and rode around the block in the dark to get a first impression of the lights. I was pretty impressed by how well the Corona light illuminated the road. The light was very adjustable and the battery pack didn’t get on the way. The RF6 has 3 flashing modes and it was very bright.

Princetontec light
Princetontec light
These lights use regular AA batteries which means that you can always carry an extra set just in case you run out of batteries. As daylight savings ends, I will be commuting with these lights stay tuned for my review.

Please visit www.princetontec.com for more information on these lights and the rest of their product line.

Check out www.ibexbikes.com for more information on the Ibex Corrida LT and their other great bikes.

 
Burley nomad 229

3 Responses to “PricentonTec Corona Extreme Bike Light first impression”

  1. » Princeton Tec Lights first impression says:

    [...] Bike Extreme commuter light and RF6 rear flashing light. Click Here to read on. [...]

  2. [...] k here to read JJ’s review of the Yukon HL light. [...]

  3. [...] a Smoke, slap on the Inertia Commuter Pannier, install the [...]

Leave a Reply