Ravemen’s PR series of headlights are affordable and bright bike lights that feature an anti-glare lens design. The PR2400 model is the brightest headlight currently in the lineup with an impressive 2400 lumen output and an all-in-one design. Retail price for the PR2400 is $179.95 which includes a wireless remote and a built-in OLED display that shows the current mode and battery information. As with other Ravemen lights, the PR2400 features a modern USB-C interface and has a separate USB output port for charging other devices. One of the unique features of the Ravemen PR2400 is the dual beam design which combines an anti-glare low beam for urban riding with four additional flood LEDs for riding on trails.

The RAVEMEN PR2400 is a bright 2400 lumen headlight that uses a dual beam design to reduce glare on the road and light up the trails.

Retail Price$179.95
Rating9.0 / 10
Measured Weight (in g) 279 (headlight), 28 (mount), 16 (remote)
Likes+ Dual beam optics for road cycling and mountain biking
+ OLED screen displays mode and battery information
+ Simple two button user interface with remote
Dislikes– Proprietary mount limits compatibility
– Inset lens design lacks side visibility
Where to Buy (US)Amazon


The RAVEMEN PR2400 comes in a bright orange cardboard box with a glossy graphic of the headline on the exterior. Inside the box you’ll find:

  • PR2400 headlight
  • Wireless remote + rubber mounting strap
  • Bolt-on handlebar mount + Allen wrench
  • USB-C charging cable
  • Instruction manual

A simple cardboard divider holds the headlight in place inside the box with dividers to separate all the accessories.


As with other RAVEMEN PR lights, the PR2400 uses a proprietary slide-on tab style mount. RAVEMEN includes a hinged handlebar mount that is bolted onto round handlebars. Although we would have preferred a more generic Garmin style mount, like the Magicshine RN 1500, this tab design does work well and feels secure. With the larger size of the PR2400, RAVEMEN’s optional $3 GoPro adapter is not compatible which means your mounting options are limited.. You’ll also need to be careful when purchasing replacement or extra mounts as the proprietary mount itself is thicker than other PR models like the PR2000 which means the PR2400 has a model specific mount that is not cross compatible.


The Ravemen PR2400 is the brightest and largest light in the PR lineup with a simple rounded rectangular design and metal body. It’s a black and gray design with a glossy black strip running down the center which helps connect the black accents on each end. Branding on the light is limited to Ravemen on the top and on the rear of the light. Even though the headlight has exposed bolts on the front and rear, the PR2400 boasts an impressive IPX8 rating which means it can operate under water. Heat fins are also cut directly into the body of the headlight to help dissipate heat which is important for high-output lights like this. There are ridges cut along both sides of the body which makes it easy to grip for installing or removing from the bike.

Ravemen PR2400 Dual Beam Bike Headlight Review - Antiglare Lens
One of the unique features of the PR2400 is the dual beam lens which features an anti-glare center beam and four flood beams.

To achieve the 2400 lumen output, the Ravemen PR2400 features five LEDs with a dual beam design. Four of the LEDs have wide flood beams to illuminate everything around you while you’re riding off road. The center LED is the low beam which has horizontal and vertical diffusers to reduce the glare for urban riding. While this lens design isn’t as advanced as sharp beam cutoff headlights such as the Lupine SL or Magicshine EVO 1700, it does create a soft beam cutoff that helps divert the light onto the ground for a T-shaped beam pattern. The lens itself is slightly inset into the housing with a flat cover to help reduce glare when riding out of the saddle. This inset design also means there is no side visibility with the headlight which is a downside when riding in urban settings.

One of the big features of the PR2400 is the OLED display which is a high contrast display that shows runtime and battery status. Even though it’s a small display it has a four item display that shows remaining time in hours and minutes prominently on the bottom. The current level number is shown on the top left and the battery gauge is shown on the top right. There is also an icon in between them which doesn’t change regardless of the mode. Instead, the low and high beam modes are indicated by two illuminated icons below the screen which makes it easy to tell which mode you are in. Compared to the PR2000, the white on black display is much crisper and shows more relevant data.

Ravemen PR2400 Dual Beam Bike Headlight Review - OLED Display
You’ll never run out of battery as the PR2400 has an OLED screen that shows the current mode and battery state.

Ravemen has also added two USB ports on the rear of the PR2400 with an input USB-C port on the right and an output USB-A port on the other. That means you can charge the PR2400 on the go with an external battery pack and also charge other products with the light. Individual rubber gaskets cover each port to protect it from the elements and sit flush the body of the headlight. While the light is fairly heavy, the all-in-one design is easier to manage than brighter wired headlights like the Ravemen XR6000. The dual USB design also means you can easily charge the light while you use it and easily charge other devices as well.


Ravemen has incorporated eight different output modes into the PR2400 with five modes in the low beam setting and an additional three for the high beam. In the low beam setting, only the diffused center LED is illuminated which has an anti-glare spot beam that helps illuminate the road ahead of you. There are four constant modes: eco (100 lumen / 25 hour runtime), low (300 lumen / 11.5 hr), medium (500 lumen / 5.5 hr) and high (900 lumen / 3.4 hr). The fifth mode, and one you’ll have you quickly switch past if your riding at night, is the rapid flash mode which is rated for 500 lumen and 20 hr runtime. Activating the high beam turns on the additional four flood LEDs for additional illumination on dark trails or on trails. High beam has three constant modes: low (600 lumen / 5.5 hr), medium (1200 lumen / 2.4 hr) and high (2400 lumen / 1.5 hr).

Ravemen PR2400 Dual Beam Bike Headlight Review - Beam Pattern
With the five LED lens, the PR2400 creates a wide beam with a diffused spot beam.

The dual beam design means you can easily use the PR2400 on busy bike trails or use it off-road to light up the trails. We found the beam pattern to be nice with a focused spot beam for the low beam and a wide uniform flood beam when high beam is activated. Even the 900 lumen high mode on the low beam is more than enough for most riding and has a long runtime. The built in OLED and beam indicator lights are also nice perks of the PR2400 as they are easy to read and let you see remaining runtime in hours and minutes as well as a battery gauge. Even though the font size is fairly small, it’s a useful feature that ensures you don’t accidently run out of battery on the road.


Overall, we found the RAVEMEN PR2400 to be a bright and well designed headlight. Ravemen’s dual beam lens design is a simple yet effective solution to reduce glare on busy trails while still providing enough illumination for dark trails. We found the two button user interface to be easy to use and appreciated the additional wireless remote and modern USB-C charging port and USB-A output port. At 2400 lumen, the PR2400 is a fairly big all-in-one headlight and as enough battery capacity to provide long runtimes in most modes. The main downsides to the PR2400 is the proprietary tab mount design which limits your mounting options and the fact that there is no side visibility with the inset lens design. That said, if you’re looking for a bright headlight without the additional bulk of a wired headlight setup then the Ravemen PR2400 is a great option.

Disclaimer: The product for this review was provided by RAVEMEN. The views expressed on this website are solely those of the authors and are here to help people make an informed choice before a purchase. The authors or the blog itself does not get any monetary compensation from the product manufacturer or third-party websites/vendor links that are posted here.

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