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However, this light is more expensive on a per-lumen basis than our top taillight pick and has a shorter battery life.Also, the small mounting latch can be tough to manipulate with gloved hands.), and even broad daylight, the Cygolite Metro Pro 1100 provides a significantly brighter and more eye-catching beam than our top pick.Most commuters will never need to use it at maximum strength, though, which (along with its higher price) keeps it from being our top pick—why pay for horsepower you’re not likely to use?Pair it with the Cygolite Hotshot Pro 150 taillight, which runs seemingly forever.
The Hotshot Pro 150 provides more lumens per dollar than any rear light available, and directs them in a wide beam pattern. The on/off button is simple to operate, as are the two buttons that allow you to switch between the steady/pulse/flash modes and adjust the intensity or flash interval of each.
But for commuters who prioritize battery life and want a strong, simultaneous flash and steady beam to create maximum driver visibility (and who live and ride in a location where flashing headlights are legal to use), it’s a strong contender.
Occasionally this model is available more cheaply than our top pick.
For the second year in a row, we’ve picked a member of Light & Motion’s Urban series as the best headlight for most commuters.
The Light & Motion Urban 500 has four power modes, including a pulse mode that—with help from bright amber side lights—allows you to simultaneously see and be seen in traffic.