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Infini All Sight Rear Light CRC £3.99

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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Infini All Sight Rear Light
The Infini All Sight is a rear mounted 5 LED light. The light can be mounted to the seatpost with the included bracket and features 4 modes from flashing to constant.

Features

* High efficiency and low battery consumption * 4 modes (constant, flashing, running and random) * Can be seen from up to 600 metres (2000 feet) * Weather resistant * Requires 2 x AAA batteries (included)

If this is purchased with the front light I already Listed its very good value ...http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/51660/knightlite-ff1500-front-halogen-lig

as a combined set its great value IMO
- Kurvz
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#1
Is this a HOT deal?? If so, why please?
#2
#3
I've got that bike light, it definatly is bright enough. I bought mine from tescos (exactly the same as this one but tescos own brand), cant remember how much for tho i think it was cheaper than £4.
#4
Well from what ive seen the Tesco Value lock & light set £12.47 ((http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.100-0818.aspx)) and I have submitted a front light and rear light £6.98 leaving £5.49 for a lock which you can get the same in any decent £ shop .. Maybe thats not hot sorry

and the set from argos has a LED front the one I submitted with this rear would be 1p more for a much better light ..
#5
Kurvz
Well from what ive seen the Tesco Value lock & light set £12.47 ((http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.100-0818.aspx)) and I have submitted a front light and rear light £6.98 leaving £5.49 for a lock which you can get the same in any decent £ shop .. Maybe thats not hot sorry


It's just you're posting all these deals Kurvz and not really getting a response at all.... so i'm wondering if they're "hot" :-D
#6
maybe im wasting everyones time including mine , and for that im sorry , but most of these are the items Ive purchased myself and found them to be great value , and semmings I spend alot of time looking for a good price, just trying to pass it on , never mind im done bye
#7
Kurvz
maybe im wasting everyones time including mine , and for that im sorry , but most of these are the items Ive purchased myself and found them to be great value , and semmings I spend alot of time looking for a good price, just trying to pass it on , never mind im done bye


Awww bless come back and give me a hug :-D


:friends:
#8
I know when Im not wanted lol this happens all the time :P .. Where'
s this Hug then ??

I really need a site called WarmUKDeals :P maybe even ICEUKDeals ..

Kurvz
#9
emmajk42
Is this a HOT deal?? If so, why please?


Shouldn't the members decide if it's hot or not ?
#10
stora
Shouldn't the members decide if it's hot or not ?


Temp is rising :-D
#11
stora
Shouldn't the members decide if it's hot or not ?


Of course they should! I was trying to provoke a bit of conversation as kurvz seems very knowledgable about bike gear, but it getting no response at all.
#12
emmajk42
Of course they should! I was trying to provoke a bit of conversation as kurvz seems very knowledgable about bike gear, but it getting no response at all.



fairy nuff. I got the wrong end of the stick as usual. :oops:
#13
Well, at least we have responses!
#14
Cycling can be a very expensive and there are many people who seem to pay top Dollar for basic items , also there are a lot cyclist unaware of the great deals now available online .
Being a avid bargain hunter I come across some good offers , and whilst they are not as popular as say a deal on a mobile phone or the likes , I still would like to spread it around and if only one person was to purchase from my finds then it was worth it ..

yes im new to this place and I have already reaped the benefits of a few great deals , but I saw there was a shortage of cycling stuff in general and tried to fill the void..

So thats my story .. Kurvz

P:S I could always keep it for a really special deal i come across ?
#15
[QUOTE=Kurvz]Cycling can be a very expensive and there are many people who seem to pay top Dollar for basic items , also there are a lot cyclist unaware of the great deals now available online .
Being a avid bargain hunter I come across some good offers , and whilst they are not as popular as say a deal on a mobile phone or the likes , I still would like to spread it around and if only one person was to purchase from my finds then it was worth it ..

yes im new to this place and I have already reaped the benefits of a few great deals , but I saw there was a shortage of cycling stuff in general and tried to fill the void..

Well I cycle, and I'm glad somebody has put me in the direction of some good deals.................just need to wait until pay day!
#16
Being a keen cyclist myself I buy virtually all my gear/accessories from wiggle and occassionaly chainreaction.
If you go to wiggles clearance section you can get some amazing deals on top quality stuff.
PS: Anyone want to buy my Yellow leaders jersey Tour De france 2007, brand new with tags (large), yellows not my colour!
PM if interested.:whistling:
#17
Cold!
Bought the exact same thing in a pound shop a few years ago. Rubbish quality. Does this come with a branded battery or something like 'power king' or 'energy star'?
#18
Probably be a very low cost battery , would you be any better off with a cheap Panasonic battery ?

Yes between Wiggle and CRC I find 75% of my cycle stuff the rest comes from a rather popular auction site ..

I never worry about Batteries as I have a complete range of Ni-Mh`s but saying that my cheap Heavy Duty Batteries that come with something I buy usually perform pretty well..

If you got a cheap batter and stuck a branded label on it , how many people do you think would notice glynsmith ?
#19
I bought a set from ebay and they are brilliant - I think cost less that a £5 for both (hong kong).


#20
[SIZE=2]I bought loads of el cheapo lights and they are just that.. cheap lights. Broke off, hardly visible - if you value your butt a lot more than £ 5. buy a big bright tail light, like cateye or niterider if you are loaded. [/SIZE]
#21
btw, thanks to kurvz for trying to get good deals to us cyclist.
#22
- pl.peter- why you adding your comment to the original post? Can't you add your opinion below like the rest of us?:?
banned#23
Note that I do believe these LED rear lights are not a legal substitute for a proper rear light. being a motorist who drives regularly at night, the cheap ones are pretty much useless when its raining or foggy. Get a decent rear light is my advice. its not worth skimping when your life is at risk especially on the roads these days (IMHO of course).
#24
col
- pl.peter- why you adding your comment to the original post? Can't you add your opinion below like the rest of us?:?


I agree, that should not be in the OP... moved out.


rather low quality light, as this is a safety thing I wouldn't really recommend it, as for the front light you mention, they just try to get rid of old technology, as LED light last 10 times longer and are brighter. In terms of non-expensive lights stick to Smart of Cateye.
- pl.peter
#25
I could do with some bike lights.

What about the Xenon lights? Are LED lights better (and brighter/safer)?

Can anyone post some recommendations/links for a good light set please?
banned#26
SpoonyBoy
I could do with some bike lights.

What about the Xenon lights? Are LED lights better (and brighter/safer)?

Can anyone post some recommendations/links for a good light set please?

some links here

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=93044&highlight=lights
banned#28


as good as you will get as far as value is concerned. good lights. dont forget wiggle quidco
#29
csiman
Note that I do believe these LED rear lights are not a legal substitute for a proper rear light. being a motorist who drives regularly at night, the cheap ones are pretty much useless when its raining or foggy. Get a decent rear light is my advice. its not worth skimping when your life is at risk especially on the roads these days (IMHO of course).

Flashing LEDS lights have been legal since 2005, though I do agree you are better off with at least a higher quality rear light (I use a Cateye TL AU100BS) but these cheap ones are handy to have in case of battery failure etc and there's no harm in having more than 1 light :thumbsup:
#30
yeah I have 3 LED lights on the rear a Topeak cateye and a no brand one . this one will be for my seat so i cant use my cateye on my Rucksack..

I dont really think its such a safety matter with accidents from what I witness its just a blatant disregard for cyclist that cause most accidents , Ive been hit a good few times and if a police helicopter was lighting me up I doubt it would have aided me 9-10 times ..
#31
I saw this thread, then saw the links to LEDShoppe and they are really cheap! I just bought these:

Multi-functional LED Bike Head Light - http://www.ledshoppe.com/Product/ledp/LP3002.htm

5 RED LED Bike Light -
http://www.ledshoppe.com/Product/ledp/LP3001.htm

Total cost :US$10 (~£5 delivered!)
If you want to buy separately, it's only US$5 each and they accept PayPal. They are slightly cheaper than the one recommended by OP?

Will see how the quality is like when it arrives.
banned#32
cowboy
I saw this thread, then saw the links to LEDShoppe and they are really cheap! I just bought these:

Multi-functional LED Bike Head Light - http://www.ledshoppe.com/Product/ledp/LP3002.htm

5 RED LED Bike Light -
http://www.ledshoppe.com/Product/ledp/LP3001.htm

Total cost :US$10 (~£5 delivered!)
If you want to buy separately, it's only US$5 each and they accept PayPal. They are slightly cheaper than the one recommended by OP?

Will see how the quality is like when it arrives.


I got those lights from LEDshoppe a few months back. They lasted a week or two before breaking. Very cheap & nasty and not in the slighest bit water resistant.
#33
csiman
I got those lights from LEDshoppe a few months back. They lasted a week or two before breaking. Very cheap & nasty and not in the slighest bit water resistant.



OMG...serious? What a waste of money...I've already ordered... :-(
#34
I'm pretty unimpressed by CRC so far, they delivered a set of lights (not the ones in this deal) which were faulty, clearly not new and in appalling packaging. Trying to get them on the phone has been impossible so far this morning.

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