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MyCycle Flashing Bike Light £1.00 in PoundLand

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MyCycle Front Flashing Bike Light 5 x Bright Led's Constant and 2 Flashing Modes Use On A Bike Or As A Torch Requires 4 x AAA Batteries (Not Included) Size 100mm x 65mm (appr… Read More
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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
MyCycle Front Flashing Bike Light

5 x Bright Led's

Constant and 2 Flashing Modes

Use On A Bike Or As A Torch

Requires 4 x AAA Batteries (Not Included)

Size 100mm x 65mm (approx)

Available on eBay for £3.50 BIN
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#1
http://thumbs3.ebaystatic.com/m/m4J9MJjLYn-zQbziV-isZgA/140.jpg
#2
Good brighty light, and unlike their usual lights it wont break, have two, one on my bike and one for daily use, hot from me ;)
#3
nice

do they sell led rears too ?
#4
sweet
#5
si1234
Good brighty light, and unlike their usual lights it wont break, have two, one on my bike and one for daily use, hot from me ;)

I agree that its a good light but mine broke :(, the mounting snapped when I fitted it and the light broke off. I am always unlucky with these things though so still hot from me!
#6
how big is this, need something to go inside pumpkins would it be any good?
#7
Bought one from 365digital on eBay for £1.21 delivered as i couldn't find any in Poundland a few weeks back, great light for the money though as others have mentioned, the mount's a bit fragile (thought mine was going to snap as I stretched it to clamp round the handlebars but didn't). Poundland also sell 5-led rear lamps which are good (and have several different flash sequences).
#8
fiyero
si1234
Good brighty light, and unlike their usual lights it wont break, have two, one on my bike and one for daily use, hot from me ;)
I agree that its a good light but mine broke :(, the mounting snapped when I fitted it and the light broke off. I am always unlucky with these things though so still hot from me!

so its not a good then!!

used to have similar bike lights from dealextreme and they were ok, cheap but soon broke - bought some of these lights for my bike and the kids for £13.49 each....superb lights and well worth it, worth paying extra

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/p/cycle/7/Smart_bspoke_1W_Front_Light/5360047700/

Edited By: royals on Oct 16, 2010 12:39: e
#9
it looks like a similar model i bought from tesco ( http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-3716.aspx ),
which are really bright for being seen,if a car hits me now i know it was aiming at me!lol, they're a bit useless for lighting the road ahead up tho,but if you're not off road that won't be a problem,heat added.
#10
Great for 5 minutes then the connector breaks irrepairably so be warned.
#11
I feckin' hate these light's. They are so distracting to drivers.
#12
I have been using these for several years. The mount will break if you do not take care when taking the light on and off. I have two fitted to my bars and I expect to break the mount for one each winter. But at this price I treat them as disposable.
#13
Cheap crap. Poundland quality is often atrocious. Anyone who regularly cycles should get proper lights.
#14
For those people who want to see rather than be seen I recommend this deal. I also have one of these on my bar for when cycling through the unlit park.
#15
i bought 2 one broke and the other slides off the mount....... if only it had a bit more of a quality build on the mount...... the light its self works great...... now held on with gaffer tape!! worth £1 though
#16
they are crap had 1 hit a pot hole it flew off + on off switch took a wobbler (_;)
#17
I have a number of these, bought them whilst they were in stock last time. Has 3 modes, solid, flashing, and an inbetween that goes on off on off at a slower rate. Well worth a quid each. I fit two onto my handle bars. One to point on the floor infront of me and one pointing further ahead. Works just aswell as my friends battery pack £100 set.

They dont do rear ones no, but get some red plastic and stick it over the end? Should work.
#18
fiyero
si1234
Good brighty light, and unlike their usual lights it wont break, have two, one on my bike and one for daily use, hot from me ;)
I agree that its a good light but mine broke :(, the mounting snapped when I fitted it and the light broke off. I am always unlucky with these things though so still hot from me!
Maybe just you been clutzy.
#19
I have never had any "luck" with cheap lights, the brackets always break. Hot deal as a torch, but as a bike light I'll stick with my trusty Cateye's.
#20
Stone cold. Mount snapped whilst trying to fit, and when I finally had it all secured by an abundance of tie wraps, a week later the light could no longer be slide on. It's not worth 1p, let alone £1
#21
Previous poundland light brackets broke, these sound the same but light is actually better.
#22
trigger_andy
I feckin' hate these light's. They are so distracting to drivers.


How do you think cyclists feel having to face twin 55Watt blue halogen headlights on a car especially motorists who don't dip for cyclists!
#23
Usually branded Power Beam...very good if you use cable ties...I got one for just short of £4 this week... wish I'd looked here first......

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