Now with the new Ixon IQ premium both the short range is super illuminated, as well as that the photograph is excellent in the width. I see in a 5-meter-wide road now even on the LEFT side of the road. The bright spot near the front in the middle, which was according to some reviews criticized because it concentrates the view then, I see more positive even, because I want to see early on what belongs to me (potholes, branches, broken, etc.) , The IQ2 reflector is great in my eyes. Compare pictures I have provided in the fotocommunity under keyword "bicycle lamp comparison".
To correct factory specifications in terms of battery life I can not say anything at this time, this will follow. The rest is actually known since the housing and the holder is the same as the "normal" of the Ixon IQ. Something bad I can only find that there is no indication as to which mode I just am. In the dark, this is of course clearly visible on the road, if I have 17 or 80 Lux activates (the 80 lux are really super bright!), Daytime running lights as I realize this but unfortunately not. Since offering the Trelock with a green or blue LED bit more comfort.
I should simply read the instructions precisely. The BUMM but has an indication which of the two modes you are currently in. Only green light indicates the high-power mode and alternately red / green blindend shows the low-power mode.
Now I also have the matching counterpart of Trelock, the LS 950 ION for comparison since. I was not allowed this exact remaining capacity indicator in peace and it is really great. No glaskugel indicate how fast the display will flash to guess when will go to the batteries running low. In hours and minutes standing there to read how long the "juice" is still sufficient. Really great. The light image is brighter in the distance, as centered, so I virtually insets as high beam. The local area is, as with my old LS 750, rather a disaster, because scarce. Since it's vastly superior to the BOOM. Compare this photo I have also set my fc page.