Torch Ultra Bright Led Front and Rear Bike Light Set £6.93 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* 5 Ultra Bright Front and Rear Led Light Set
* Front light Visible up to 800metres
* Takes 4 x AAA batteries
* Rear light Visible up to 600metres
* Takes 2 x AAA batteries
* All lights come with batteries and brackets
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#2
Nice & cheap but mixed reviews on Amazon about the front light falling apart - but they seem to like the rear one enough !

So not voting either way.
#3
i've yet to see any led that will light something up, leds are great for being seen i.e. rear lights or traffic lights but for seeing more than 2ft in front of you they are crap
#4
t121anf
i've yet to see any led that will light something up, leds are great for being seen i.e. rear lights or traffic lights but for seeing more than 2ft in front of you they are crap


Think your comment might have been correct 5 year ago but certainly not now.
Have a look at a decent LED torch, eg fenix or LED lenser, a decent 2 AA torch blows the socks off a 4D Maglite.:thumbsup:
#5
Looks like a possible bargain to me. Has anyone tried these?
#6
vale of clwyd
Think your comment might have been correct 5 year ago but certainly not now.
Have a look at a decent LED torch, eg fenix or LED lenser, a decent 2 AA torch blows the socks off a 4D Maglite.:thumbsup:


best tell B and Q that then as their LED Gu10 lamps are less than useless expect for "feature" lighting
#7
Think your comment might have been correct 5 year ago but certainly not now.
Have a look at a decent LED torch, eg fenix or LED lenser, a decent 2 AA torch blows the socks off a 4D Maglite

t121anf
best tell B and Q that then as their LED Gu10 lamps are less than useless expect for "feature" lighting



Have not seen many GU10, 240volt I believe, used as bike lights. Think the power lead would be a nuisance;-)

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