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Rear laser bike light £1.00 @ Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Bicycle Cycling Laser Tail Light Water Resistant 2 Lasers 5 LEDs 7 Modes Read More
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Bicycle Cycling Laser Tail Light Water Resistant 2 Lasers 5 LEDs 7 Modes
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6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Good price , I will try one , got to be worth a quid.
1 Like #2
laser, really? oh no wait 2 lasers. Why?
1 Like #3
They project down onto the road. the
The thinking being that cars with give you space based on the lines rather than running alongside too close.
6 Likes #4
https://cdn.meme.am/instances/400x/63231173.jpg
#5
i have this from a few months back for same price. for £1 it is still working and is reasonable quality.
#6
Picked one up today, looks good :)
1 Like #7
AbuG
i have this from a few months back for same price. for £1 it is still working and is reasonable quality.

That's good to know. Too often lights from places like poundland are complete ****. Often it's the mounts that let them down first. What's the mount like?
#8
Should be broken by Tuesday. If you're lucky....
#9
supermann
AbuG
i have this from a few months back for same price. for £1 it is still working and is reasonable quality.

That's good to know. Too often lights from places like poundland are complete ****. Often it's the mounts that let them down first. What's the mount like?


Mine let go within minutes, couple of pot holes and its off, scattering batteries all over the road.
1 Like #10
Wait till it rains, it'll be lights out
#11
If drivers read the highway code then there would be no need for lasers to indicate how far to stay away from a cyclist when overtaking.
#12
I have this on my bike and it's brilliant!! batteries have done over 12 hours of cycling and still going strong. compared to more expensive makes, these are a great alternative.
#13
I bought the equivalent from China for twice as much, had it for about 6 months and running for about 100 hrs including in the wet. Aesthetically does look cheap but from a functional perspective it works great with numerous flashing modes. The mount is robust and for a quid it's excellent value.

Crazy to think there's light going for 10x 20x more and this for a quid is completely adequate for the job.

Edited By: furi0n on Oct 01, 2016 12:08: * added comment
#14
Surely the light on the ground isn't going to be brighter than car headlights.
#15
Shame my local don't stock these. Instead got the naf mycycle ones
#17
I already have one of these for a few £ from China.. They aint bad. Still working after a year..
Understand comment of headlights ,but for £1 it's a bargain.
1 Like #18
What I am after thou is one with a bike shaped laser that projects infront, to warn pedestrians as they step into the road without looking
#19
These work (if you're cycling backwards)!

https://www.firebox.com/Bike-Balls/p7358
1 Like #20
jamgin
If drivers read the highway code then there would be no need for lasers to indicate how far to stay away from a cyclist when overtaking.


If cyclists read the highway code they'd do the same when undertaking at junctions, they'd also signal to show their intent to change direction or speed and they would also ensure their bike was capable of riding on a road with rough surface and small holes in the tarmac rather than swerving all over the place.
#21
Here we go....
1 Like #22
CorsaVandal
jamgin
If drivers read the highway code then there would be no need for lasers to indicate how far to stay away from a cyclist when overtaking.


If cyclists read the highway code they'd do the same when undertaking at junctions, they'd also signal to show their intent to change direction or speed and they would also ensure their bike was capable of riding on a road with rough surface and small holes in the tarmac rather than swerving all over the place.


If drivers had a little more patience instead of rushing around.
I've been cycling only a year, so far I've been spat at, windscreen washers out on, forced into a parked car (didn't hit it tho), cut up.
My buddy got hit off his and broke his collar bone and snapped his back - driver over took him and turned left so he went in to the side.
Admit I do see some cyclists that should know better but if drivers just had some patience we wouldn't have the accidents we hear about today.
#23
Got one yesterday - amazing value for a quid - HOT!
#24
None of these in Cardiff City Centre

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