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Knog Frog Strobe LED Front Bike Light - £5.99 @ Wiggle

£5.99 @ wiggle
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#1
You can get similar from DX for £3.
I have no idea which are better, though.
http://s.dealextreme.com/search/tie-on+bike+light
#2
These buggers are brilliant for city riding!
#3
#4
i thought strobe lights were banned on the road?
#5
Fantastic little light. It's not suitable for lighting up unlit paths, but for making sure everyone else on the road can see you, I couldn't recommend it more, (i.e. it's mainly a 'flashing' Hi I'm here! light). I've got mine attached to my helmet thanks to the flexible strap.
#6
buggles
i thought strobe lights were banned on the road?


I know this sounds like trolling, but, being epileptic - come at me with one of these and I'm probably ten times more likely to hit you than if you had nothing on your bike. And yes, they're illegal.

That said, they do get you noticed and the fuzz would have to be on a very slow day to pull you over.
#7
Flashing bike lights are legal under the Road Vehicles Lighting (Amendment) Regulations 2005 http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2005/2559/contents/made provided it flashes between 60 and 240 times per minute (1 – 4Hz).

Bike geek mode off ;)
#8
le_jaeger

I know this sounds like trolling, but, being epileptic - come at me with one of these and I'm probably ten times more likely to hit you than if you had nothing on your bike.


Then you really shouldn't be driving.

Edited By: bigsky on Apr 18, 2011 20:35
#9
le_jaeger
buggles
i thought strobe lights were banned on the road?


I know this sounds like trolling, but, being epileptic - come at me with one of these and I'm probably ten times more likely to hit you than if you had nothing on your bike. And yes, they're illegal.

That said, they do get you noticed and the fuzz would have to be on a very slow day to pull you over.


if you are that easily triggered maybe you shouldn't be on the road. What happens when you see a Police car coming at you with its lights which are much brighter flashing?
#10
Great product for city riding. Smart design as you don't need any attachments on your ride and nice and light for chucking in a bag during the day. Very durable too. I have a couple of the bigger ones. Highly recommend.
#11
le_jaeger
buggles
i thought strobe lights were banned on the road?


I know this sounds like trolling, but, being epileptic - come at me with one of these and I'm probably ten times more likely to hit you than if you had nothing on your bike. And yes, they're illegal.

That said, they do get you noticed and the fuzz would have to be on a very slow day to pull you over.

im guessing mode 3 would'nt be good for you then lol.

these cost £9.99 at halfords btw.
good price
#12
le_jaeger
buggles
i thought strobe lights were banned on the road?


I know this sounds like trolling, but, being epileptic - come at me with one of these and I'm probably ten times more likely to hit you than if you had nothing on your bike. And yes, they're illegal.

That said, they do get you noticed and the fuzz would have to be on a very slow day to pull you over.


I can only assume you actually WERE trolling since not only are they legal, but you (by your own admission) are probably driving illegally with a condition that serious.

Nice one.
#13
Great find - thanks

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