Magicshine® Monteer 8000S Galaxy V2 MTB Headlight with Remote
Magicshine® RN 3000
Magicshine® MJ-902SE Front Bike Light E-bike specific
The Magicshine MJ-906 with 5000 lm is the nominally brightest lamp in this comparison. Obviously, a lamp with such a high output of lumen is above average in terms illumination. The defined light-spread convinced us as well. The MJ-906 is definitely worth € 179. It gets you a bright helmet lamp that weighs in at just 102 g
The Magicshine Monteer lives comfortably up to its name: the power, spread and colour of the light emitted from the five LEDs is magical, making it one of the best-performing lights I’ve used in recent times.
The side-to-side spread and cut-off is exceptional and this is what puts the light leagues ahead of some competitors’ offerings.
The Magicshine Allty 1000 is a compact unit that packs enough punch to illuminate even the darkest of road rides. It has a great beam, mode selection is simple, and all options are easy to navigate, even on the fly. It's not programmable and the battery indicator could be more detailed, but if you're looking for a do-it-all light road light, the Allty 1000 is very hard to beat for the price. 9/10
Magicshine Monteer 8000S bottom line: The Monteer 8000S is a true masterpiece, providing incredible power, exceptional beam pattern and ease of use. If you’re looking for one light to cover all night riding bases, look no further, this is it and well worth the $400 / AU$650.