Night Provision PS1200v2

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Light Type
Bike Type
Front: 1200 Lumens,
Rear: 220 Lumens
Battery Life
Headlight 50%:
18 Hours,
Red & Blue Strobe:
12 Hours,
Headlight 20% + Red & Blue Strobe:
9 Hours,
Headlight 100%:
6 Hours,
Solid Red & Blue Strobe:
6 Hours
16.0, 1.74 oz
Water Resistance Level
IP Rating

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Night Provision PS1200v2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

10 reasons to buy

  • The PS1200v2 front light offers 5x settings in both ‘headlight’ and ‘red & blue’ strobe modes.
  • The P220 rear light has 5x modes: Red, Blue, Red Strobe, Red SOS & ‘Pursuit Mode’ (alternating red & blue strobe).
  • A reviewer praises this light set’s durability. One user lauded the performance of the PS1200 after 4 years of reliable use.
  • According to user reviews, working police praise the performance of the PS1200v2 in the line of duty.
  • Owners commend these lights' abundant daytime brightness, both front and rear.
  • An owner says the PS1200 headlight has a throw of up to 75 yds in daylight.
  • Buyers deem this light to be a great value, compared to models of similar power.
  • Owners consider this light set to be lightweight, considering its brightness.
  • A reviewer praises this light set’s durability. One user lauded the performance of the PS1200 after 4 years of reliable use.
  • Owners say the PS1200v2 light set is quick and easy to install.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of owners question the legal status of the PS1200's red & blue lights.
  • One owner said that after 1.5 yrs of frequent use, their battery only lasts 2 hrs.
  • A buyer was adamant that Night Provision exaggerate this light set’s lumen rating.

Bottom line

Night Provision's PS1200v2 light set combines a generous 1200-lumen headlight with a taillight capable of putting out 220 lumens. What makes this set stand out is the ability to output strobe lighting in red and blue, at both ends of your bike. While this may be legally questionable for everyday citizens of certain states, in others it’s perfectly lawful. The PS1200v2 is commended by reviewers claiming to be working police. Even if you aren’t an officer of the law (or playing at being one), most buyers say this is a powerful light set offered at a competitive price.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Thin Blue Line Fishing LLC Lake Michigan Charter

Police Bike Light Set PS1200

If you’re looking for something inexpensive and pretty durable I recommend the PS1200.
It’ll definitely be able to stop a car at night.

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99.5 WYCD Detroit's Best Country

Grunwald Tests Out His Police Bike’s Lights and Siren

Grunwald is a reserve police officer.
“What do you think chief?”
“I think it’ll work.”

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User Ratings

93/100 based on 118 ratings
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