Smart 5 LED Front and 317 Rear Light Set - £14.00 (-60%) @ Wiggle.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Smart 5 LED Front and 317 Rear Light Set - £14.00 (-60%) @ Wiggle.co.uk

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(+5% Quidco) R.R.P. £34.99 Top Features of the Smart 5 LED Front and 317 Rear Light Set Front: 5 Japanese High Performance White LED Visible from over 1 mile away Constant or flashing LED options…
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(+5% Quidco) R.R.P. £34.99
Top Features of the Smart 5 LED Front and 317 Rear Light Set
Front:
5 Japanese High Performance White LED
Visible from over 1 mile away
Constant or flashing LED options
Water resistant
Great off-road/on-road front LED light
Intense beam clarity
With 2 AA alkaline batteries
Run time of up to 50 hours

Rear:
1/2 watt red LED + 2 Extreme LEDs matched in alternating flash=SUPERFLASH
Superflash for 360° + visibility up to 1 mile
Soft-touch power switch accesses flashing or steady mode
For flashing: 30 hours or steady: 15 hours
Two AAA batteries included
Ultra compact vertical design has a water resistant case and is lightweight and durable
Includes bike mounts and clip mount
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#1
I bought these when they were last posted three weeks ago at this price. Very pleased with them. They're a good set of lights, very powerful. The rear light is very bright, however I wouldn't like to use the front light as my only light on an unlit road.
I use the front light alongside a Smart Halogen set of dual headlights. It's great as an attention getter and the rear light is very good. Now the dark wet nights are here these are a good investment to help make sure you'll be seen.
The service from Wiggle is excellent and really fast plus they're sending all orders by courier at the moment so no post worries.
#2
Trentend
I bought these when they were last posted three weeks ago at this price. Very pleased with them. They're a good set of lights, very powerful. The rear light is very bright, however I wouldn't like to use the front light as my only light on an unlit road.
I use the front light alongside a Smart Halogen set of dual headlights. It's great as an attention getter and the rear light is very good. Now the dark wet nights are here these are a good investment to help make sure you'll be seen.
The service from Wiggle is excellent and really fast plus they're sending all orders by courier at the moment so no post worries.


I was thinking about an attention grabbing LED, but I also run Smart Halogens and was wondering if the LED really stands out when you have the Halogens on?

Just out of curiosity, do you run the Smart halogens which are 2.4w +10w and if so where do you get spare bulbs?

thanks
#3
Bought these a few weeks ago...Very good except the rear light appears to be possessed and randomly switches itself on! :?
#4
garibaldi
I was thinking about an attention grabbing LED, but I also run Smart Halogens and was wondering if the LED really stands out when you have the Halogens on?

Just out of curiosity, do you run the Smart halogens which are 2.4w +10w and if so where do you get spare bulbs?

thanks


The benefit of the LED is that you can have it flashing which I think helps make you visible in some situations. It also has a cut-out around the lens which means its visible directly from the side which is handy. In the murk 'every little helps'. It's also useful for when your main lights fade or fail of course.
The other advantage is the LED lights are small. You can easily slip them in your pocket, which you can't do with the Halogens and battery pack.
I bought my Halogens from St Johns Cycles. Had a problem early on and they sent a spare bulb and reflector complete, but I've not had to buy bulbs yet. You could try them but I'm sure they're widely available through cycle shops or retailers like Maplin. Have you had difficulty tracking them down?
Happy cycling.
#5
garibaldi
I was thinking about an attention grabbing LED, but I also run Smart Halogens and was wondering if the LED really stands out when you have the Halogens on?

Just out of curiosity, do you run the Smart halogens which are 2.4w +10w and if so where do you get spare bulbs?

thanks


Had a quick look at the Maplin site and they have some Krypton bulbs which should be bright!. They seem to have a very limited life span though of 15-20 hours. So if they're any good would be worth carrying a few.
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=1999

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