Bontrager Ion 2 Headlight

Bontrager Ion 2 Headlight
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Bontrager’s Ion 2 Headlight offers superb illumination for nighttime riding. Offering a 1-watt super-bright LED, this brilliant light is visible from 2,000 feet and gives you 270 degrees of visibility for serious safety. The 22-lumen light has high, low and strobe settings so you can customize your run time. It comes with a universal mounting bracket that attaches to handlebars, posts, and some helmet vents.

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745889657517 418923

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3.5

(based on 9 reviews)

55%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Helmet/removable mount  (3)
  • Long battery life  (3)
  • Great visibility  (2)
  • Bontrager 
  • Bright 

Cons

  • Light cut out 
  • Sensitive to jolts 
  • Unreliable 
  • Weak beam 

Best Uses

  • Front headlight  (5)
  • Good for commuting  (5)
  • Being seen 
  • Commuting 
  • Day 
  • Night 

REVIEWS

Reviewed by 9 customers

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1

Bright but unreliable

By 

from Vancouver

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Very bright

Cons

  • Unreliable

Best Uses

Comments:

A very bright light, great for being seen when it is not turning off after hitting bumps in the road. Bike store replaced the first one under warranty for shutting off after hitting bumps and the replacement is doing the same thing. This light's design is flawed.

5

My Date Night, go-to light

By 

from Galena, IL

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Bright
  • Compact
  • Good value

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Night commute
    • Front headlight

    Comments:

    I keep this light in a shoulder bag and attach when the light conditions outside get low. Great value, good brightness, solid product.

    5

    Put it on and forget about it!

    By 

    from Fort Wayne, IN

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Long battery life
    • Helmet/Removable mount
    • Great visibility

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Night commute
      • Front headlight

      Comments:

      I have this light on my commuter bike and use it a couple times a week. The flash mode is super bright and very noticeable. There is also a low beam setting to save battery. The clamp is simple to move from bike to bike and most importantly, it stays put when riding! Batteries seem to last forever. I have only changed them once in a year.

      5

      i love this light

      By 

      from Madison, WI

      About Me Collegiate/Pro

      Pros

      • Long battery life
      • Great visibility

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Night commute
        • Front headlight

        Comments:

        I really like this light. I use it for commuting. The mount makes it really easy to take on and off my bike, and provides great visibility at night.

        4

        Bright and affordable

        By 

        from Norwalk, CA

        About Me Avid Cyclist

        Pros

        • Helmet/Removable mount
        • Easy to Use

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Night commute
          • Front headlight

          Comments:

          The included bracket makes it very easy to add and remove from the bike as needed and the button is easy to use with full finger gloves. Rode iwht it in the rain yesterday and it appears to be very waterproof.

          1

          Decent lighting, but intermittent

          By 

          from SoCal

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Pros

          • Long battery life
          • Easy mounting

          Cons

          • Sensitive to jolts

          Best Uses

          Comments:

          Worked well for a while, but now it goes out when I hit any bumps in the road and is essentially useless. I hope that there is a warranty available.

          1

          Stay away and stay safe

          By 

          from Ottawa, Canada

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Pros

          • Helmet/Removable mount

          Cons

          • Weak beam
          • Light cut out

          Best Uses

          • Night commute
          • Front headlight

          Comments:

          I need a light that I can count on as I ride in the dark. The first Ion 2 lasted about a week, then started cutting out everytime I hit a bump. My bike store replaced it, the second one lasted about 200k before it started doing the same thing. If you are looking for a light to keep you safe in the dark, this is not it.

          5

          Bontrager Ion 2 roadworhy

          By 

          from Northern Midwest, USA

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Pros

          • Light
          • Bontrager
          • Ion 2
          • Flasher

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Night
            • Commuting
            • Being seen
            • Day

            Comments:

            This light casts a brroad pool with a bright hot spot. It works well as a tool for being seen and for basic road illumination for casual riding or commuting at night. The mount is versatile and allows for positioning and focusing on a variety of handlebar designs. Bought for my 12 year old son's school commute, it's withstood lots of jarring and bounces without any problems. He's quite pleased and we parents are, too, knowing he has a quickly removable, very useful light.

            1

            Intermittant reliability

            By 

            from Vancouver, BC

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Comments:

            This light is very bright, great for being seen, however going over sharp bumps on the road causes it to stop working. The first light did this and I had it replaced under warranty. The replacement is doing the exact same thing and I will be heading back to the store to see about exchanging it for one from a different manufacturer. This may not be a problem on a bike with a suspension where the light won't be jolted as much by bumps on the street, (I ride a road bike).

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