The NiteCore BR35 is a powerful rechargeable bike light for different conditions. It has three different modes: City, Road and Trail. Perfect for commuters, cyclists and mountain bikers.
NiteCore BR35: impressive performance
Its maximum light output of 1800 lumens is simply impressive for such a compact bike light with so many different functions. The NiteCore BR35 has two different light beams. In addition to the large reflector with a Cree XM-L2 U2 LED, the same LED is located under the head of the lamp in a small reflector. It is convenient that just above this reflector an extra reflective surface has been added for extra reflection of the light.
The large reflector provides the beam that shines far, the small one provides a wider light for just in front of your front wheel. This Dual Distance Beam system ensures that both near and far you can clearly see where you are going.
The three light modes: City, Road and Trail each have their own composition of light beams. In City mode, it mainly uses the small beam for close-up and the large beam can be used as a momentary mode. The Trail mode is based on that big beam so you can look further ahead off-road.
A 6800mAh Li-Ion battery is built in. This gives you up to 17 hours of light. You charge it with the supplied USB cable. The OLED display on top of the lamp always shows the remaining battery life. The display also shows the light level and light mode. Switching between the light modes is done with the three buttons on the top of the lamp. You also get a separate switch with the NiteCore BR35. It allows you to control the lamp with your thumb without having to lift your hand from the handlebar.
Light modes of the NiteCore BR35 bicycle lamp
Short Range Beam
- Turbo: 800 lumens, 2 hours
- high: 465 lumens, 5 hours 45 min
- Mid: 285 lumens, 8 hours 30 min
- Low: 150 lumens, 17 hours
Long Range Beam
- Turbo: 1,000 lumens, 2 hours
- high: 550 lumens, 5 hours 45 min
- Mid: 330 lumens, 8 hours 30 min
- Low: 180 lumens, 17 hours
Dual Range Beam
- Turbo: 1800 lumens, 1 hour
- high: 1015 lumens, 2 hours 30 min
- Mid: 615 lumens, 4 hours
- Low: 300 lumens, 8 hours