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BikeHut USB Rechargeable Bike Light was £26.99 now £5.00 at Halfords

£5.00 @ Halfords
OOS online, but seems to be good availability to reserve and collect in store Halfords offer a fantastic range of Bike Accessories and Bikes at competitive prices! We have a fantastic range of bi… Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
OOS online, but seems to be good availability to reserve and collect in store


Halfords offer a fantastic range of Bike Accessories and Bikes at competitive prices! We have a fantastic range of bike lights available. BikeHut is a range of superbly engineered components and accessories that combine the advanced technology and innovation needed to give you that extra edge. The BikeHut USB Rechargeable LED Light can be recharged from any computer USB port, making it a fantastic companion on long road trips. We also offer a wide selection of other cycle accessories.

Features and Benefits

Charges at any computer USB port
No separate charger required
180 Degree lens for side visibility to traffic
5 Hours run time on continuous
10 Hours run time on flashing
Low power warning indicator
Quick release bracket
Integrated high capacity rechargeable Ni-mh battery
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1 Like #1
Strange that both the reduced lights available from halfords (cat eye one yesterday) have much worse battery life.

Normally would expect many hours of life for an LED light -- maybe thats why they are reduced
#2
THANKS,RESERVED ONE:thumbsup:
#3
lucidamike
Strange that both the reduced lights available from halfords (cat eye one yesterday) have much worse battery life.

Normally would expect many hours of life for an LED light -- maybe thats why they are reduced


I agree, although as this is rechareable i hope it wont prove to be too much of an issue
#4
Thats a nice little package and a very attractive price too. Heat added.
#5
I have one of these. If you work in an office with computers, the nice thing is that its convenient to be able to charge it up without a charger. The light not particularly bright, but it is a lot better than nothing.
#6
ahenry
I have one of these. If you work in an office with computers, the nice thing is that its convenient to be able to charge it up without a charger. The light not particularly bright, but it is a lot better than nothing.


personally id rather buy a decent light than something cheap that is better than nothing. its all about safety then bargain hunting shouldnt be the deciding factor
#7
WARNING
I reserved one of these for collection, when I went to collect it they had none. I suggest that you call the branch were you are collecting them from to make sure they are behind the till for you. Luckily it's only a mile away. This is the third time in the last couple of months that "reserve and collect" has let me down! not just Halfords, Tesco Direct had been delivered the wrong thing and Curry's couldn't find what I'd ordered.
banned#8
Rudidudi
personally id rather buy a decent light than something cheap that is better than nothing. its all about safety then bargain hunting shouldnt be the deciding factor


Yawn... There's always one, and today it's obviously your turn :whistling:
#9
Rudidudi
personally id rather buy a decent light than something cheap that is better than nothing. its all about safety then bargain hunting shouldnt be the deciding factor


He has a point. Buying a good, bright light could save your life. I reserved one but this comment has taken me out of bargain hunting and brought me to my senses. May do as a secondary light, but as someone has said that it is not that bright - not a good combination to have on a bike - sorry to be a pooper.
#10
You'll notice that in the Q&A section someone asked:

What candle power is this light?

They got the unhelpful reply:

It depends on if this is fully charged, which is why we do not quote this info.


As it turns out, other suppliers of rechargeable cycle lights don't have any such qualms and J E James say that a remarkably similar looking light (on sale for £7.82) has 18 candle power:

http://www.jejamescycles.co.uk/product-images/smart-super-led-rechargeable-front-light-usb-charging-42688.jpg

When you think that many cycle front lights have 1200+ candle power, then that puts the power of this light into context. I have a Cateye light which is rated as 800 candle power and I don't use it by itself on unlit roads.

ClashInDevon
#11
travellers
Yawn... There's always one, and today it's obviously your turn :whistling:


There's always one that doesn't understand the technicalities of something so makes a silly post and today it's obviously your turn :whistling:
#12
travellers
Yawn... There's always one, and today it's obviously your turn :whistling:


You can use this dim light when your dunces hat is in the wash.
banned#13
simate
There's always one that doesn't understand the technicalities of something so makes a silly post and today it's obviously your turn :whistling:


Strangely, I understand this is a site for bargains, something which apparently is beyond your obvious talents.
banned#14
termite
You can use this dim light when your dunces hat is in the wash.


I'm sure that post had an element of humour when you posted it. Sadly, everyone else thought you were a 'tard ;-)
#15
jezzery
He has a point. Buying a good, bright light could save your life. I reserved one but this comment has taken me out of bargain hunting and brought me to my senses. May do as a secondary light, but as someone has said that it is not that bright - not a good combination to have on a bike - sorry to be a pooper.


+1

You can buy very bright LED bike lights for peanuts nowadays (bought loads from QD?) and use rechargable batteries. They're so cheap you can use one on steady beam and on on flashing and have fresh batteries ready.

None of this will save you from car drivers though, so use the pavement responsibly where you can.
#16
travellers
I'm sure that post had an element of humour when you posted it. Sadly, everyone else thought you were a 'tard ;-)


Give up mate, you're obviously not up to this.
banned#17
termite
Give up mate, you're obviously not up to this.


No, you're completely right - I can't even begin to match the levels of stupidity you've shared with us. Okay, I give in. You are the better halfwit.
#18
MKultra
...use the pavement responsibly where you can.



Top tip :thumbsup:
#19
travellers
No, you're completely right - I can't even begin to match the levels of stupidity you've shared with us. Okay, I give in. You are the better halfwit.


Pardon?
banned#20
termite
Pardon?


QED :p
#21
travellers
QED :p


Ha ha! Don't you mean GVF?
#22
Ridiculous deal, don't even know why this got so hot.
#24
Sorry but you all sound like the kind of idiots who cycle on the pavement in the pitch black with no lights on..... I spent a lot of money on very good lights - not for my benefit (I would much rather have spent it on beer) but for everyone else on the road to see me, a superstar living phenomenon of a cyclist .......:-D

There are so many idiots who don't give a damn and give the rest of us a bad name!

Any lights are better than none but the brighter the better guys! Battery life should not even be considered - you can get 20 batteries from the pound shop that will last a while. Cheap as chips

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