NiteRider Sentinel 150 rear light review

This rear light features also lateral lasers that project a bike path onto the road behind you

Cycling Weekly Verdict

There is nothing you can say against the NiteRider Sentinel 150 if you're after a very bright rear light with lots of modes to choose from, but the seatpost mount is not very tight and it doesn't attach very firmly to the light.

Reasons to buy
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    Many lights options

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    Lateral and bottom lasers

Reasons to avoid
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    Seatpost mount not stable

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    Light doesn't attach tight to the seat post mount

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With regards to brightness and visibility, the NiteRider Sentinel 150 is really impeccable and features a complete set of different light modes. Its maximum power reaches 150 lumens and when used without any other additional lighting, the fixed illumination mode lasts up to four hours.

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Nick Busca is a freelance cycling and triathlon journalist. He is also a certified triathlon coach and personal trainer.