I'm new to road bikes and this is the light that was recommended to me. It is easy to mount and dismount and charging is simple and sure. There is an indicator light to tell you how much charge is left and the USB connection is easily accessed. I got about 2 hours at full brightness then my light began to flash so I changed it to low and had another half hour until it started flashing again. It feels tough and has performed well after three weeks of daily use. I'd buy it again.
This is a great addition to a commuting setup. I have a dynohub with bike mounted always-on front and tail lights. I put this L&M Vision 360 on my helmet. The bike mounted lights help me see the road and the Vis 360 helps drivers see me. This was very easy to securely mount on my Specialized helmet and I barely notice the additional weight.
The important thing to note is that the Vision 360 does NOT flash, it only pulses. This was a surprise to me, especially after watching some product videos - the light does not flash like that anymore. Per L&M, they changed to pulsing in order to comply with EU regulations. L&M also believes that pulsing is less distracting for car drivers and it limits fixation on the light. At any rate, it's still a great light so please be aware of this and set your expectations accordingly.
I love my Orp. I like the flash mode to differentiate me from vehicle headlights at night. I strap this one on my handlebars and another light (steady mode) on my helmet when commuting.
I like the horn options particularly on trails when the friendly sound is perfect. People don't know what it is and start looking around. I actually start way back from people with the loud sound to get attention. WAY back, however, because it is not pleasant. Then I use the friendly sound closer and usually the combo gets people to turn around and look when I say hi or whatever. Nothing works when they're using earbuds, of course.
I used the anti-door mode a few times, too. Extremely handy.
My commutes are an hour or less, and it recharges quickly.