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Proviz Nightrider - Messenger/Courier Bag - £19.99 AND 25% discount across site

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Use 'lovetoride' to get 25% off! You can sign up to the newsletter for 10% off other order but I don't think they can be stacked. Bag is a bit garish but be seen, be safe and all that! The PR…
benfromlondon Avatar2m, 22h agoFound 2 months, 22 hours ago1 Comment
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Also good offers on running jackets and some other stuff: http://www.provizsports.com/en-gb/sale

Edited By: benfromlondon on Oct 07, 2016 13:51
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High visibility Motorcycle jacket - RRP £120 reduced to £34.99 + £3.50 delivery but get 10% off first order so back to £34.99 @ Proviz

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Whilst perusing their sale I found this deal for a motorcycle jacket... Proviz high visibility Motorcycle jacket - RRP £120 reduced to £34.99 + £3.50 delivery but get 10% off first order so back to…
sharkmark Avatar11m, 3d agoFound 11 months, 3 days ago25 Comments
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Besford
dylanjb100
Totally agree I admired all the 400quid lids in the shops like some do look smart. but One of the reasons you find me on this site is I'm a tight **** hence sticking midrange haha
Very little correlation between price and protection with motorcycle helmets unfortunately. Check out SHARPs ratings: £99 can buy 5 stars, £400 can buy three stars. Don't be blinded by brand names!


Guy martins AGV lid rates 3 stars, served him well at 80+ low side, don't be blinded by SHARP, the cheapo manufacturers are wise to the test now but still can't pass the French equivalent
dylanjb100
I used to wear cheap gear for 2 years. once I upgraded to a more powerful bike I just realised it's not worth spending cheap.
hence spending £200 on rst and a £180 lid
That's a drop in the water for most people in terms of gear budget.
RST are about the cheapest decent quality brand so I'd hate to think what you had before.
I spend around £250 last year on what I consider(ed) starter gear (for a 125) including helmet and people were/are shocked I'd spent so little.
It's mostly RST (Alpha II or III jeans, Paragon II or III jacket and Raptor boots), pair of wolf r500 gloves and a LS FF370 helmet. Yes the list prices will bring up a higher total, but CMC outlet rocks

I mean you spend £100+ for a CBT. £1000+ for a bike/scooter, £200+ for insurance, £100+ for a security, £17+ for tax, so why skimp on gear. It's literally the thing which can save your life, the difference between bruised ankle/wrist/ribs and crushed/broken ankle/wrist/ribs, bruises vs skin grafts etc, etc.

Even on a 50cc moped crashing or falling at 30mph can do some serious damage. Add another vehicle travelling at speed into the mix and the results aren't nice.
dylanjb100
Totally agree I admired all the 400quid lids in the shops like some do look smart. but One of the reasons you find me on this site is I'm a tight **** hence sticking midrange haha
Very little correlation between price and protection with motorcycle helmets unfortunately. Check out SHARPs ratings: £99 can buy 5 stars, £400 can buy three stars. Don't be blinded by brand names!
dylanjb100
I used to wear cheap gear for 2 years. once I upgraded to a more powerful bike I just realised it's not worth spending cheap.
hence spending £200 on rst and a £180 lid
Deluded by brands!
Totally agree I admired all the 400quid lids in the shops like some do look smart. but One of the reasons you find me on this site is I'm a tight **** hence sticking midrange haha
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ProViz Nightrider cycling jacket down from £60 to £27.49 (inc Delivery), with free bike lights worth £14

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nightrider hi viz cycling jacket with free bike lights, which they sell for £14. £3.50 delivery charge, free if you spend more than £50. A good price for a good quality jacket.
pidgeblue Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago5 Comments
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pidgeblue
I forgot to mention that if you stick around on the website you normally get offered a 10% discount

It's at the top of the page anyway.
Thanks for posting , ordered for xmas for my son.
Buy 2 different sizes, return one = Free delivery
I forgot to mention that if you stick around on the website you normally get offered a 10% discount
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Proviz Nightrider Cycling Jacket - Womens £23.99 @ ProViz

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The PROVIZ Nightrider jackets are designed to make you stand out as much as possible on the roads 24 hours a day. The jackets have been designed to include the most amount of reflective panelling you
alexrees90 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Free lights too & If you tap on advert on facebook (search proviz on google and will soon pop up as advert on facebook wall) you save additional 15% everything effectively cancelling the delivery charge on this jacket. X)
In case anybody is interested, there are Crane Cycling jackets being sold at Aldi now. Were £19.99 but reduced to £13.99

Not sure if that's the price in every store .. but I saw some in the Howdon (Tyne & Wear) store a few days ago
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Proviz Nightrider Cycling Jacket - Mens £23.99 @ ProViz

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The PROVIZ Nightrider jackets are designed to make you stand out as much as possible on the roads 24 hours a day. The jackets have been designed to include the most amount of reflective panelling you
alexrees90 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago32 Comments
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Finally got the small back (hopeless MyHermes collection and delivery delays - grrr!) and it's just about perfect, neat around waist yet still long enough for me even at 5'11''. Arms a little more baggy than I'd prefer though. The material is thick and quite stiff though so it feels like it shouldn't really flap about at normal speeds, maybe on descents.

Only posting because I know HUKD is a popular site and it may come up in someone else's search for sizing. Proviz should really reassess their sizes though.
Got mine today and have to say I'm disappointed. It's huge!

I'm 5'11'' and of medium build (34" waist, 40" chest, 76kg) and went for a medium, but this thing will flap about me. I'd normally go for more of a race fit but as this was to be a winter commuting jacket I wasn't bothered about it being super fitted, just so long as it wasn't really baggy like the Aldi jacket it was meant to replace.

Am going to see if they'll change it for a small.
Received mine yesterday. Ordered 3 jackets so that there would be no delivery charge as it was over £50. The returns are free. 3 sets of lights received. As i'm sending 2 jackets back,2 sets have to go back also,as explained in the small print. I ordered orange medium,orange large and black large.The large seem like extra large. The medium was a good fit but in other jackets i'm usually a large so i would say go for a size smaller than usual. The quality is fantastic. Also plenty of reflective strips. Removeable reflective triangle on the back (velcro) and warm. Real bargain.
qooz
I bought 2 jacket with no discount, so email them and this is the reply. Despite they clearly said EVERYTHING!!!
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Thank you for your email.
I note you have ordered 2 products already on sale so you will not receive any further discount.
As it states on our website, Black Friday discounts are on full priced goods. And further discounts can not be applied to sales goods as it states in the sale section of our website.

When I tried adding the jacket to checkout the other day the discount applied automatically with the 20%? Why didn't it get taken off for you. Although I missed out on the extra 5% as I ordered with the 15% trick.
Besford
The legality of the blue light on the 'tri-viz' is questionable.

If they can turn a blind eye to use of red-light regions
dfurn
Hey they are now offering 20% off everything as it's Black Friday. Who'd have thought it?

Banner at top does say 20% off all full priced items
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Proviz Nightrider Cycling Jacket Was £59.99 Now £45.49 *Dropped now to £39.49* Delivered (Mens & Womens) + Free Bike Lights + 10% Quidco @ Proviz Sports

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Brilliant reviews for this jacket which are aval in both Mens & womens & various colours - you'll also get free Bike Lights (RRP £14.99) and if you use Quidco you'll get 10% back. Blurb The PROV…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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Dropped further!
Hoping the Reflective360 range reduces sooner or later... Have my eye on that.

Good find, heat.
I have a provide rucksack cover, it's very good!
If you hang about on the Proviz site for a bit, maybe add something to your basket then leave it, then you usually get a popup offering you 10% off in exchange for your email.
sjohnst4
look good unless you carry a ruck sack.


​Accidentally liked it.
I think that's the case with every jacket!!!! Hardly a criticism of the jacket.

Not the best breathability though
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Cycling Helmet - Triton with FREE Under Helmet Head Warmer (worth £9.99) £24.74 @ Proviz

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Thought this was a very decent price and with the free Under Helmet Head Warmer. The helmet alone is selling around £35 to £60 elsewhere. To get at this price you get a pop up, you input your email…
andywedge Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago20 Comments
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also good to keep under your helmet warm
NitrousUK
darksleuth
Do you have to replace a helmet after a crash?
I highsided at quite a speed and went head first into a tree....was flying for long enough to remember thinking, this is going to hurt. Next thing I remember I am 20ft from the tree down the hill.
Anyway there is no visible damage to the outside but a little chunk is missing from the foam inside. Though I may have damaged it when packing my pads.
Any way to know?
Regards to this....I would not be comfortable putting my trust in a £10 helmet...or thinking about it a helmet I had a bad crash in...lol.
Is the potential for risking brain injury worth a £20 helmet?
I think the general advice is, probably to be safe than sorry, to replace it.

It's a really nice catlike leaf @ £60.....agreed though!

Think I'd be missing a few words without it.
darksleuth
Do you have to replace a helmet after a crash?
I highsided at quite a speed and went head first into a tree....was flying for long enough to remember thinking, this is going to hurt. Next thing I remember I am 20ft from the tree down the hill.
Anyway there is no visible damage to the outside but a little chunk is missing from the foam inside. Though I may have damaged it when packing my pads.
Any way to know?
Regards to this....I would not be comfortable putting my trust in a £10 helmet...or thinking about it a helmet I had a bad crash in...lol.
Is the potential for risking brain injury worth a £20 helmet?
I think the general advice is, probably to be safe than sorry, to replace it.
Do you have to replace a helmet after a crash?

I highsided at quite a speed and went head first into a tree....was flying for long enough to remember thinking, this is going to hurt. Next thing I remember I am 20ft from the tree down the hill.

Anyway there is no visible damage to the outside but a little chunk is missing from the foam inside. Though I may have damaged it when packing my pads.

Any way to know?

Regards to this....I would not be comfortable putting my trust in a £10 helmet...or thinking about it a helmet I had a bad crash in...lol.
Besford
NitrousUK
Besford
NitrousUK
Besford
No reason to believe a £25 helmet is any better than a £10 one (the recent Aldi ones even have a built in LED) and the 'warmer' is worth £3 max. Discount off an inflated RRP doesn't necessarily make a 'deal' and cyclists seem to be mugs for vastly overpriced kit (as regularly shown up by Aldi and Lidl).
Also no reason to believe a £10 helmet will be as safe as a £25 helmet either.
Standards define a minimum, not a maximum or that all should be identically the same performance.
Same is true of motorbike helmets but they do get tested (see SHARPs tests). This blows the myth that the more you pay the safer they are, eg my £99 helmet got max 5 stars whereas at least one 'designer brand' £400 helmet got 2 stars. Overall there's little correlation between price and safety performance, it's all down to marketing and what name your hero gets paid to wear (and it won't be the same helmet anyway as it'll be custom made.
I'm not knocking branded/expensive stuff completely but just ensure that you really are getting good value for money, not just something to impress the impressionable.
I agree there's little to no correlation between price and performance. But there might be some in some instances. Hard to tell. But I believe there are german standards for cycle helmet safety, that are more stringent than the ones we use here. So a helmet might pass the german ones, but not the ones here. Something to look out for, I forget the code for it. Probably googleable.
Personally I'm happy to potentially waste £10-20 in getting something slightly more likely to be better performing, since it involves my safety. As for just about everything else bike related, yes they are ridiculously overpriced.
German DIN standard perhaps? Given Aldi and Lidl are German and many of their other products are certified to DIN standards I think there's a good chance the helmets are too (I'll check on mine). We seem to be broadly agreeing and I'd happily pay £100 more if I thought I really was getting a significantly safer helmet but, again, what little evidence exists doesn't seem to indicate that.
I think there in lies the problem. Lack of evidence. The cycling nuts will convince themselves. Heard stuff like special welding on an expensive rigid frame makes the bike so much more "comfortable".
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Proviz High visibility Cycling Helmet with built in LED lights - half price from £54.99 down to £27.49 but 15% code still working

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I have been purchasing some cycling kit in preparation for winter commuting along some unlit roads in the country and have been impressed with the Proviz stuff I have invested in. I have now purchased…
sharkmark Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago39 Comments
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£26.87 with discount and delivery
Thanks alot
nathb
idturner
nathb
I've actually only just noticed that the supplied batteries are dead, or the rear led light is not working...
​Mine, too.
Quite tempted to email them and say that while they are shipping the hat that was supposed to be included they can throw in a couple of batteries too.

I ended up emailing them to change the address the hat is to be shipped to, and mentioned about the batteries in the LED light being dead.

Today a complete new headband with new batteries turned up.

Thanks Proviz, excellent customer service! :)

Also the helmet is fantastic, exceeded my expectations! I've been using it to cycle to work (21 miles each way, we have showers) and I arrive at work with hardly any sweat on my forehead. Were as with the previous helmet (a specialized one) I used to turn up with drenched hair.

Edited By: nathb on Oct 08, 2015 18:02
Provez Mars is available for £23.96 on ebay. Only have the yellow one so think i will get the deal regardless as prefer black to use during summer and day

Not sure the difference between mars and mercury and proviz

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ProViz-Cycling-Helmet-High-Vis-Road-or-Mountain-Helmet-With-Rear-Light-Built-In-/321456082251?var=&hash=item4ad8468d4b


Edited By: sjhendo on Oct 08, 2015 17:36: 1
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nathb
I've actually only just noticed that the supplied batteries are dead, or the rear led light is not working...
​Mine, too.
Quite tempted to email them and say that while they are shipping the hat that was supposed to be included they can throw in a couple of batteries too.
nathb
I've actually only just noticed that the supplied batteries are dead, or the rear led light is not working...


​Mine, too.
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Great now nights are drawing in - Provis Nightrider reflective rucksack - perfect for cyclists... was £30 reduced to £18 but discount code = £18.79 Delivered PLUS free bike lights

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Great now the nights are drawing in, appear like a ghostly apparition to the motorists of the world...Proviz nightrider rucksack in yellow, was £30 now £15.29 I received a discount code at work for…
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NitrousUK
Those free lights are NOT worth £14.99. I got some that look exactly the same from Amazon seller for £1.50~, including postage.
would you have a link please as i would like some at £1.50 a pop
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NitrousUK
Those free lights are NOT worth £14.99. I got some that look exactly the same from Amazon seller for £1.50~, including postage.
would you have a link please as i would like some at £1.50 a pop
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Cyclists/Joggers/Runners - 15% of entire ProVis range - brilliant range of sports reflective clothing

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As the nights begin to depressingly draw in I've invested in a reflective jacket and rucksack for cycling. I was sent a discount code at work the other day for ProVIS who have very good reviews for th…
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Thanks for posting the others, much appreciated!

Now to figure which is best, was looking for a hooded version for the long walk home after work....
csidewolf
Also consider the Sugoi Zap jackets. see here& in action

Wow that looks amazing
Also consider the Sugoi Zap jackets.
see here
& in action
I've had my eye on these jackets for a while. Halfords have had this one on for £35-£40 (currently £40 saving £39.99). So The_Hoff is correct, shop around!