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Eveready LED Bike Light 2pc (includes batteries) B&M - 99p

£0.99 @ B&M Retail
Eveready LED Bike Light. Was £9.99, reduced to £3.99 then to £0.99. 1W front light with adjustable focus and 3 LED rear light; manufactured from ABS. Super bright 60 - 80 Lumens. Tough and… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Eveready LED Bike Light.

Was £9.99, reduced to £3.99 then to £0.99.

1W front light with adjustable focus and 3 LED rear light; manufactured from ABS.

Super bright 60 - 80 Lumens.

Tough and durable bicycle lights. Front light has secondary function as torch.

Front light modes: On, Off

Rear light modes: Chasing, Flash

Weight: 23g

Dimensions: 4 x 14 x 23cm (all measurements approx.)

Includes 2 x AAA Ever Ready batteries and quick release mounting bracket.
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#1
Poundland prices but a named brand. For 99p can't be bad as a second light.
#2
pw98
Poundland prices but a named brand. For 99p can't be bad as a second light.

Not a named brand any more B&Ms own brand, they just licence the name. Not Eveready of old.
2 Likes #3
Wish they would hand them out at the border so the people fresh off the boat would be visible on their bikes at night, make it just a tiny bit easier for us to not run them over.
#4
Actually went out tonight and bought two packs of these from the East Kilbride store, before closing at 6 pm. Still some left. Still displayed as £3.99 but scanning at £0.99.

https://i.imgsafe.org/aaa60cfe1d.jpg
#5
Krizzo3
Wish they would hand them out at the border so the people fresh off the boat would be visible on their bikes at night, make it just a tiny bit easier for us to not run them over.


Don't assume it's only migrants when it could be anyone riding late especially rich local English carbon fibre bike owners.
#6
eslick
pw98
Poundland prices but a named brand. For 99p can't be bad as a second light.

Not a named brand any more B&Ms own brand, they just licence the name. Not Eveready of old.


In fairness, my recollection of Eveready lights was that they were dim and ate batteries like mad. I bet these are loads better!
1 Like #7
Your life is worth more than 99p.
Never use cheap lights like these singly because if your cheap rear light stops working, you probably wont know anything about it until you get an SUV up the ar5e...
#8
Baldieman64
Your life is worth more than 99p.
Never use cheap lights like these singly because if your cheap rear light stops working, you probably wont know anything about it until you get an SUV up the ar5e...

Mechanical sodomy? :)
#9
Krizzo3
Wish they would hand them out at the border so the people fresh off the boat would be visible on their bikes at night, make it just a tiny bit easier for us to not run them over.
This. When I drive through the industrial estate by me at 6am there's loads all coming out the factorys weaving all over The roads dressed in black. On a rainy morning it is frightening. Is there a law against riding a bike without lights?
#10
Gordonc1960
Baldieman64
Your life is worth more than 99p.
Never use cheap lights like these singly because if your cheap rear light stops working, you probably wont know anything about it until you get an SUV up the ar5e...
Mechanical sodomy? :)
Sort of - except that people generally survive sodomy with little more than a sore bum.
#11
eslick
pw98
Poundland prices but a named brand. For 99p can't be bad as a second light.

Not a named brand any more B&Ms own brand, they just licence the name. Not Eveready of old.


Me showing my age....
#12
sprite127594
Krizzo3
Wish they would hand them out at the border so the people fresh off the boat would be visible on their bikes at night, make it just a tiny bit easier for us to not run them over.
This. When I drive through the industrial estate by me at 6am there's loads all coming out the factorys weaving all over The roads dressed in black. On a rainy morning it is frightening. Is there a law against riding a bike without lights?
Yes.
#13
sprite127594
Krizzo3
Wish they would hand them out at the border so the people fresh off the boat would be visible on their bikes at night, make it just a tiny bit easier for us to not run them over.
This. When I drive through the industrial estate by me at 6am there's loads all coming out the factorys weaving all over The roads dressed in black. On a rainy morning it is frightening. Is there a law against riding a bike without lights?

Yep, you need a light front and back when its dark, otherwise someone can kill you without even knowing and there wont be much to be done against them.

http://www.cyclelaw.co.uk/legality-of-cycle-lighting-accessories
2 Likes #14
I ride with two front lights and three back. Makes me cringe when I meet another cyclist with no lights narrowly missing them. Easier ways of committing suicide me thinks
1 Like #15
Baldieman64
Your life is worth more than 99p.
Never use cheap lights like these singly because if your cheap rear light stops working, you probably wont know anything about it until you get an SUV up the ar5e...
So expensive rear light don't fail or the batteries don't run out??? That's good to know.

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