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cateye volt 200 rc £12.19 (rrp 39.99) @ Wiggle

£12.19 @ wiggle
69% discount. usb rechargeable. cheap for a 200 lumen branded light! ...at this price I bought 2 (plus a 3rd as a spare!) Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
69% discount.
usb rechargeable.

cheap for a 200 lumen branded light!

...at this price I bought 2 (plus a 3rd as a spare!)
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#1
this it at wiggle.co.uk
2 Likes #2
Doubt I'd ever pay £40 for it but it's a great price at £12.19. 200 lumens is enough to be seen and unlike some cheap alternatives this won't set your house on fire.
#3
ordered as a spare
1 Like #4
+ 3.33% Topcashback.
2 Likes #5
I guess it comes down to how much importance you place on buying a branded product, as there will always be cheaper non-branded options available. For example, you can buy a 400 lumen own brand front light from Planet X for £11.95 delivered. Link.
1 Like #6
Coming up as £37 now
#7
Jimmy67
Coming up as £37 now

When I click the Get Deal link it still shows as £12.19 and it goes in the basket at this price.
#8
thanks ! ordered 2 :)
1 Like #9
I would buy the Cateye, and not only because it is a better brand than the Planet X but because Wiggle's return service is second to none and they have free returns, so if it develops a fault it will be easier to return than with Planet X.
#10
I just bought a 2000 lumen torch, does the job lol.
#11
Thanks ordered
banned 1 Like #12
Thanks! Picked one up for my new bike
#13
Thanks for this, the cheapest i found new after this is £21
just what i was looking for :), the big alkaline batteries in my last cateye leaked so i need a new one
Here's a pic of the box from ebay
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/SgkAAOSw5cNYLd0J/s-l1600.jpg
#14
paulb
+ 3.33% Topcashback.
41p, enough for a packet of biscuits :) better than nothing
#15
Is the battery removable, ie and put aas in its place?
#16
Ordered - Thanks.
#17
couldn't resist... :p
#18
This is cheap. I might see if Evan cycles price matches and then use double up with the Tesco vouchers. After a volt but more output.

Edited By: ashman33 on Mar 04, 2017 22:39
#19
Had to order at this price, thanks OP!
#20
Marin
Had to order at this price, thanks OP!


you're all welcome. happy to help!
:D
#21
didn't need one but that didn't stop me ordering it!
#22
Like the pic of bush btw, made me laugh X)
#23
`Slightly off topic but did any one hear James Whale whaling on LCB about the flashing mode on bike lights and they should be banned. Well some might use that mode when getting double the life of the battery on a journey and not having the light failing before arriving at destination?
banned#24
morrig
Well some might use that mode when getting double the life of the battery on a journey and not having the light failing before arriving at destination?

I had 3 panda cars chase me once, mounting the kerb and almost knocking me off my bike, when I was saving my lights for out of town (10 miles). I thought it was better to have them on in the pitch black rather than the lit streets. They seemed to agree and sent me on my way.
#25
Thanks, ordered as a backup
#26
ClashInDevon
Jimmy67
Coming up as £37 now
When I click the Get Deal link it still shows as £12.19 and it goes in the basket at this price.

sorry, I'm using a vpn it must be affecting the price
#27
howdiefellas
morrig
Well some might use that mode when getting double the life of the battery on a journey and not having the light failing before arriving at destination?
I had 3 panda cars chase me once, mounting the kerb and almost knocking me off my bike, when I was saving my lights for out of town (10 miles). I thought it was better to have them on in the pitch black rather than the lit streets. They seemed to agree and sent me on my way.
i had an image of panda bears in my head when i read that X)
the last i heard, the flashing mode is illegal to use but it's a mode and a good one so...

and after a googling, it is legal to flash in public :D
http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/article/bike-light-laws-in-the-uk-what-you-need-to-know-48568/
#28
showing as £22.98 now...
1 Like #29
oO now it's at £58.02 X) they must only have a few left to price it that high
it's small and light (smaller than it looks on the internet), about half the size and weight of my last cateye :)
thanks again
#30
loadsavmoney
oO now it's at £58.02 X) they must only have a few left to price it that high
it's small and light (smaller than it looks on the internet), about half the size and weight of my last cateye :)
thanks again


well done to all those who got it in time!
:)

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