The Eagle M2 LED headlamp for bike holds 6*CREE XP-G2’s LEDs giving an actual lumen output of 2400!
Magicshine have cracked the beam pattern problem with this MTB headlight, we’ve realized that all need versatility when you’re riding. The chance to use a spot on the road and then a wider beam when you’re off road, sometimes you need both. Well this light has it all. the top LEDs give a nice spot beam where the lower ones spread the beam far and wide, you can choose between either or have them all on for the ultimate beam swap between them all using the wireless remote button.
As always Magicshine lights are pretty simple to use. Once you’ve synchronized the remote and the head unit you’re off, it’s simple to do and the instructions are included. Play around with the beam pattern, swapping around the intensity and beam spread until you’re happy and you’re away, changing your options couldn’t be easier or safer with the remote button. You’ll wonder what you did without this light.
Magicshine Eagle M2 comes with a 5.2Ah 7.4V standard battery, giving around 2.4 hours of run time on full power. The connectors have been upgraded. Battery power is indicated on the lit section of LEDs on top of the light 5 bars and you’ve got full power all the way down to one, when you need to whack it down the output range and hurry home.
Here’s where the Magicshine Eagle series comes into it’s own, no longer relying on the ‘o’ ring system for mounting the Eagle M2 bike light mount fits to your bike in a couple of minutes using the allen key which is provided and then stays put until you decide you need to remove it.. When you do want to remove the light from your bike to keep it safe from the more unscrupulous in our society, you just simply unclip the light head and away you go. Simple, quick and very clever.
Magicshine Eagle M2 in the Press—
The Eagle M2 is a new unit from lighting specialist Magicshine. It uses a two-row LED arrangement with three lower floods and three upper spots. Excellent versatility, coverage and value, superb value MTB lighting. With a maximum output of 2,400 lumens, the Eagle M2 is a seriously bright light when you need it to be, a wide spread/short reach light for climbing or a narrow spread/long reach light for fireroad blasting. The head unit detaches easily from the stable, semi-permanent bar clamp and the hard case battery has twin rubber straps for security plus a Velcro strap to keep the cable tidy. Magicshine reliability has always been good too. Weight: 173g (Unit) + 301g (Battery) = 474g
Magicshine Eagle M2 has six ultra-bright LEDs, with the three at the top projecting a spot beam, and the three on the bottom a wide flood. There are three light modes — you can run all six LEDs together or select between the two rows individually. Adjusting the brightness, and modes, can be done on the lamp itself or via an remote. The Eagle M2 creates a good pool of light close in around the wheel, which is great for technical riding, this should be on your wish list.
Magicshine Eagle M2 MTB headlight
Wireless remote control
Battery pack 7.4V 5.2Ah
Allen key for mounting
User Manuaul, including remote synch module