So as promised here's some more info about the double 'Rose' lights along with some pictures.
Firstly, what you get in the box.
Light unit, battery back (with case), charger (more on this in a bit), adaptor, two different mounting bands and instructions.
Here's a front view of the unit show both LEDs
And here next to a 10p for some scale
I charged the battery fully from the supplied charger and after about 2 hours I found it switched off and the LED had gone red, I assume to indicate the battery being fully charged. This is a step up from the single spot as that one seems to just keep going.
Battery pack wise this one appears to be the same size as the one for the single spot so expect a slightly shorter run on the double on full power, suffice to say they will easily handle a long night ride without running flat.
Here's both mounted on my Kona Kula prior to testing.
Here's the test shots:
First up double on full power:
Secondly the single spot on full power:
Third up is both on combined:
So what can I say. Well the double gives a decent pool of light in front of the bike with a large focused spot in the middle lights up my garden very well. It should serve it's intended purpose as a handlebar mounted main light very well.
The Single spot gives a smaller focus point and is noticeably not as bright but I have used this out on the trails and it works really well when deployed as a helmet mounted light. giving excellent range and long run time.
The double I also wouldn't put on the helmet as it does get quite warm after a minute or two, but should be fine out on the bars.
To think back 20 years and I was night riding off road with EverReady Night riders (I upgraded to Xenon bulbs) and compare it to this I can't believe I did it, these lights allow you to ride with confidence and at speed in darkness that you could never do BITD.
Will put these through the ultimate punishment next year and use them for then 12hr lawnmower race (with a couple of extra batteries) and see how good they really are.