Smart L.E.D Tail Light 7 Function (220 Degree Visibility) - over 70% off - £2.55 delivered @ PBK - £2.29 with code SPRING10 - HotUKDeals
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Smart L.E.D Tail Light 7 Function (220 Degree Visibility) - over 70% off - £2.55 delivered

Seven LED's give focused 220 degree visibility for up to 800 metres
Seat post mounting
Soft touch power switch accesses flashing, steady or rotary light for up to 80 hours of run time
Ultra compact
Vertical design is waterproof, lightweight and durable
Includes seat post mount, clip mount back and batteries
Waterproof and salt tested
Built-in parabolic reflection

Thanks to chipmonk1957 for the code
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#1
is this for dogs?

http://www.weblogsinc.com/common/images/5337902791267546.JPG?0.49395873352217723
#2
Anybody used this retailer before?
2 Likes #3
Yes - they're really reliable and for an extra 10% SPRING10 works.
#4
got me one, thanks
#5
Benson's Bargain
Anybody used this retailer before?


yea- lots of times - they are quick to send and supply good quality goods:thumbsup:
#6
Bought last time it was posted a few months ago. There are quick with delivery and the product is fantastic for the price. Well worth it. I bought 3 of them.
#7
Not sure where I got mine from now but on the box it said that its illegal to use them in flashing mode on uk roads.....how odd!
banned#8
Heat & Rep OP :thumbsup:

Just purchased 4 for the dog, Yes you heard me right.

I alter them a bit & put them on the dog's collar when it's dark out so I can see him in the farmers fields running about chasing whatever.

All these dog lights that get advertised are just crap in my opinion. Use a bike light, alter it a bit & you have a fantastic night light for the dog.

These should last me for 4 years ( usually one a year ) :-D

Have been using bike lights for the dog for the past 3 years.
#9
chipmunk1957
Yes - they're really reliable and for an extra 10% SPRING10 works.


thanks-rep left & heat added to the top:thumbsup:
#10
Evz1974
Not sure where I got mine from now but on the box it said that its illegal to use them in flashing mode on uk roads.....how odd!
#11
not odd at all, flashing lights are illigal, only constant illumination is accaptable by law
#12
walker038
not odd at all, flashing lights are illigal, only constant illumination is accaptable by law


I believe that flashing lights are allowed since 2005.
1 Like #13
walker038
not odd at all, flashing lights are illigal, only constant illumination is accaptable by law


I don't think any part of your post is accurate. I think you'll find a better understanding on the law on cycle lights if you follow this link:

http://www.ctc.org.uk/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabID=4071

For those who can't be bothered to read all the details:

[INDENT]Thanks to the enactment of Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 2559: on 23rd October 2005, it finally became legal to have a flashing light on a pedal cycle.
[/INDENT]
ClashInDevon
#14
I have one of these now and for £2.55 they are really quite good. Very bright.
#15
I just bought one for my German Shepherd. Does anyone know if they come with the rear tail mount or collar mount?
#16
graemeakajimmy
I believe that flashing lights are allowed since 2005.


It always astounds me that in this country people are (a) so keen to pass stupid laws and (b) to worry about whether they are breaking them.

Cyclists should be permitted to wear flashing lights, pulsing lights, glowing lights, disco balls, strobes, fecking aircraft landing lights as long as they wear bloody LIGHTS.
#17
looks like the ones dealextreme sell...
#18
Can someone tell me what batteries and how many they take thanks
#19
Noghar;8021047
It always astounds me that in this country people are (a) so keen to pass stupid laws and (b) to worry about whether they are breaking them.

Cyclists should be permitted to wear flashing lights, pulsing lights, glowing lights, disco balls, strobes, fecking aircraft landing lights as long as they wear bloody LIGHTS.


i know i nearly reversed into some black guy as i reversed slowly out of my drive at about 1100 one night - he was on a dark cycle, wearing black/dark clothing, no lights or reflectors....he moaned but i had a right go at him telling what a plank HE was
#20
mitsub;8019315
Heat & Rep OP :thumbsup:

Just purchased 4 for the dog, Yes you heard me right.

I alter them a bit & put them on the dog's collar when it's dark out so I can see him in the farmers fields running about chasing whatever.

All these dog lights that get advertised are just crap in my opinion. Use a bike light, alter it a bit & you have a fantastic night light for the dog.

These should last me for 4 years ( usually one a year ) :-D

Have been using bike lights for the dog for the past 3 years.



how about a bell for your dog
#21
Noghar
It always astounds me that in this country people are (a) so keen to pass stupid laws and (b) to worry about whether they are breaking them.

Cyclists should be permitted to wear flashing lights, pulsing lights, glowing lights, disco balls, strobes, fecking aircraft landing lights as long as they wear bloody LIGHTS.


I think even before the change in the law, cyclist could wear flashing lights, and they were only illegal if attached to the bike.
#22
Thanks,very cheap:thumbsup:
#23
Whatever the law, it's best to have one constant light and one flashing light on your bike or attached to yourself. The flashing light will draw drivers attention to you, but the constant light helps drivers to gauge their distance from you.
#24
Noghar
Cyclists should be permitted to wear flashing lights, pulsing lights, glowing lights, disco balls, strobes, fecking aircraft landing lights as long as they wear bloody LIGHTS.



looooool:thumbsup:

royals
i know i nearly reversed into some black guy as i reversed slowly out of my drive at about 1100 one night - he was on a dark cycle, wearing black/dark clothing, no lights or reflectors....he moaned but i had a right go at him telling what a plank HE was


Whats his race got to do with it????:?
#25
Dontforg3t
looooool:thumbsup:



Whats his race got to do with it????:?


he was in a race aswell what a plank LOL
#26
Actually you are on a sticky wicket reversing out of your drive. You are very unlikely ever to be prosecuted for it alone but if you run someone over, the Police will quote Highway Code rule 201 stating "Always reverse from a major road into a minor road".
http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070340
very sorry to take this thread off-topic - I hate people who do that!
#27
Dontforg3t
looooool:thumbsup:



Whats his race got to do with it????:?


Black skin is darker than white skin, and it was night time?

Oh and black isnt a race.
#28
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#29
Passionpantz
Can someone tell me what batteries and how many they take thanks


Assuming they are the same as the 1/2 Watt version (looks like an identical format), it's a pair of AAA. Assembly pops apart with a coin, and pops together again.

Usually Smart include a couple of alkalines in the packet of most of their lights to get you started.

Rufus.
#30
Worth adding the "clip back mount" in case it is not clear is like a giant pen clip. You can easily slot them on to pockets, bags, helmet straps, dog collars, small children etc.

Perfect also for joggers, or those who have to walk back on unlit roads from the pub!

Rufus.
#31
great one! thx
#32
chipmunk1957
Yes - they're really reliable and for an extra 10% SPRING10 works.


cheers mate!have some well deserved rep!
#33
just ordered two!been after a new rear light, got a really bright one from argos,it's great as long as it doesnt rain! i'd have got a refund but i love the front light!
#34
Hot - got 2 last time they were up on here. Excellent retailer. Batteries included. Lots of benefits - its can be angled (ie: if you dont have a straight seat post), and has side windows so you can be seen from the side as well.
#35
good one, bought 3
#36
bought 4
#37
bought 5
#38
wow, pedal reflectors are required. according to that CTC link
that makes most high end mountain bikes illegal on the road! (since there is nowhere to put reflectors on SPDs)?

edit: yeah very fast delivery too would use this site again. thanks OP.
#39
RufusA
Assuming they are the same as the 1/2 Watt version (looks like an identical format), it's a pair of AAA. Assembly pops apart with a coin, and pops together again.

Usually Smart include a couple of alkalines in the packet of most of their lights to get you started.

Rufus.


thx for info :thumbsup:
#40
I ordered yesterday around midday and it arrived this morning. PERFICK ! :thumbsup:

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