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Waterproof Intelligent Rear Bike Light £19.99 down to £4.99 + £1.99 postage £6.98 @ 7dayshop

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Cracking price for this intelligent rear bike light. Intelligent red rear light - works automatically by identifying darkness & vibration when riding No need to turn on the light and turns off aut…
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Cracking price for this intelligent rear bike light.

Intelligent red rear light - works automatically by identifying darkness & vibration when riding
No need to turn on the light and turns off automatically in 120 seconds after parking
Ideal for night riding – visible distance more than 200 metres. Dim and bright modes
12 hours working time. Visual Angle 220-degree horizontal, IPX3 waterproof rating
Easy to install using silicon strap. Powered by 2 x AAA batteries (not included)
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Be safe and seen with this intelligent red rear bike light. There’s no need to turn on the light, it works automatically by identifying darkness and vibration when you are riding. It also turns off automatically in 120 seconds after parking.

It’s very safe for night riding with a visible distance of more than 200 meters. It is also IPX3 waterproof, has a visual angle 220-degree horizontal. There are two modes: dim and bright.

It’s also easy to install using the included silicon strap and has 12 hours working time. The light is powered by 2 x AAA batteries (not included).
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Because it's such a chore identifying when it's dark and switching the light on :D
Good price though, work the punt at a fiver, but a bit of a joke at £20.
#2
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1 Like #3
Can't trust "intelligent" lights at the moment. Turning on or off bike lights in time is not difficult at all. Also if this is mature enough, cars would use technique! Sometimes not turning on bike lights can be really really dangerous. I would certainly reply my life on some quality bike lights and turn on/off them by myself!
#4
SanTokiMTB
Because it's such a chore identifying when it's dark and switching the light on :D
Good price though, work the punt at a fiver, but a bit of a joke at £20.

my kid keeps forgetting to switch the light on, on his bike when doing the paper round. an excellent idea. also keeps leaving it on in the garage, when he does remember to switch it on.
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phillivingstone
SanTokiMTB
Because it's such a chore identifying when it's dark and switching the light on :D
Good price though, work the punt at a fiver, but a bit of a joke at £20.

my kid keeps forgetting to switch the light on, on his bike when doing the paper round. an excellent idea. also keeps leaving it on in the garage, when he does remember to switch it on.


If your kids really are riding bikes on the road, telling/teaching/forcing them to remember turn the lights on would be a better option than simply trusting these lights.
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yulu91
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phillivingstone
SanTokiMTB
Because it's such a chore identifying when it's dark and switching the light on :D
Good price though, work the punt at a fiver, but a bit of a joke at £20.
my kid keeps forgetting to switch the light on, on his bike when doing the paper round. an excellent idea. also keeps leaving it on in the garage, when he does remember to switch it on.

If your kids really are riding bikes on the road, telling/teaching/forcing them to remember turn the lights on would be a better option than simply trusting these lights.

Do you have kids? Because with the best will in the world, they will occasionally forget to turn them on, or you might forget to check, it does happen because I don't live in Utopia, I personally prefer to ride with two red lights, so one of these would be good in addition to the normal light.

mike
1 Like #7
yulu91
Can't trust "intelligent" lights at the moment. Turning on or off bike lights in time is not difficult at all. Also if this is mature enough, cars would use technique! Sometimes not turning on bike lights can be really really dangerous. I would certainly reply my life on some quality bike lights and turn on/off them by myself!
Yes! If only somebody could invent automatic lights on cars, that would be amazing. Also what about automatic wipers that came on when it rained - that would be mind blowing!

or even better, imagine if the car could change gear itself too......
#8
brookysm
yulu91
Can't trust "intelligent" lights at the moment. Turning on or off bike lights in time is not difficult at all. Also if this is mature enough, cars would use technique! Sometimes not turning on bike lights can be really really dangerous. I would certainly reply my life on some quality bike lights and turn on/off them by myself!
Yes! If only somebody could invent automatic lights on cars, that would be amazing. Also what about automatic wipers that came on when it rained - that would be mind blowing!

or even better, imagine if the car could change gear itself too......

Do you really think automatic wipers are a necessity on a bike.
#9
Correct me if I'm wrong but If you put your bike in a shed of a garage, the light will stay on (as its dark) and run the battery's flat, so when you get on your bike the next time and its dark, you assume your light is on when its not and then splat!!! good night god bless. If you think about it this is the most ridiculous idea I've heard for road safety.
#10
str4tts
Correct me if I'm wrong but If you put your bike in a shed of a garage, the light will stay on (as its dark) and run the battery's flat, so when you get on your bike the next time and its dark, you assume your light is on when its not and then splat!!! good night god bless. If you think about it this is the most ridiculous idea I've heard for road safety.

I think if you read the product details the light goes off after 120 seconds if no movement is detected regardless of light conditions. Try reading the spec before making "ridiculous" comments
#11
"ridiculous" would be relying on a cheap light to turn itself on and stay on when your riding in the dark, too many factors to go wrong. I think most people have enough "intelligence" to use an on/off switch..... Or possibly not!
#12
str4tts
"ridiculous" would be relying on a cheap light to turn itself on and stay on when your riding in the dark, too many factors to go wrong. I think most people have enough "intelligence" to use an on/off switch..... Or possibly not!

Yes I can see your point why on earth would anyone use technology to keep themselves safe, absolutely ridiculous.
#13
nice, even cheaper now - 50p

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