Blackburn Central 300 USB Rechargeable Front bike light £11.70 delivered (plus more in OP) @ Tredz
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Blackburn Central 300 USB Rechargeable Front bike light £11.70 delivered (plus more in OP) @ Tredz

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Refreshed 23rd Apr (Posted 3rd Apr)
Can't go far wrong for under £12 for a rechargeable USB model. I THINK this is the lowest that has been by a few quid as well. No codes or anything like that and delivery is free, as per usual with Tredz

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Product Description
The Blackburn Central 300 front bike light is a commuter essential for safe riding in low light conditions. The Central front light delivers a bright 300 lumen beam in a versatile package that comes with plenty of mounting options. Easily recharge the Blackburn Central 300 with any USB port.

Key Features

Meets ANSI FL-1 Standard
The Blackburn Central 300 meets this standard, created by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to ensure consistent performance measurements for handheld lights. Although bicycle lights are not required to follow this or any standard, Blackburn believes in offering full transparency in how the output, run time, water resistance and other performance claims are measured.

LED Fuel Gauge/Charge Indicator
A small built in LED light indicates the battery level. Green = >75%, Orange = 75-25%, Red = <25%

Dual Beam Pattern
Dual beam pattern allows crystal clear near and far visibility.

Replaceable Battery
Battery pack can be replaced in seconds.

Universal Light Mount
The silicone mount fits diameters from 22-35mm along with a clip for clothing, bags or racks.

Micro-USB Rechargeable
Charges via any standard USB port.

Details:

  • Micro USB rechargeable
  • LED fuel gauge/charge indicator
  • Charging cable included, no tools required
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Waterproof to IP-65 standard.
  • 5 hour recharge time
  • Lumens: High 300, Med 150, Low 80, Pulse 80, Strobe 80
  • Runtime: High 2 HRS , Med 4 HRS, 8 Low HRS, Pulse 20 HRS, Strobe 16 HRS
  • Distance: High 108M, Med 76M, Low 56M, Pulse 56M, Strobe 56M
  • 162g / 0.36lb





Also have a few Altura cycling jerseys reduced to clear



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Ordered - thank you for informing HotUKdeals of this great deal
Edited by: "Malabus" 3rd Apr
Ordered. Lovely. Thanks for sharing
Ordered thanks.seems to have decent review - road.cc/con…ght
spent a few more £ and went for this one at £18

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650 v 300 lumens
dbilsborough51 m ago

spent a few more £ and went for this one at …spent a few more £ and went for this one at £18https://www.tredz.co.uk/.Izone-ARC-650-Rechargeable-Front-Light_87259.htm650 v 300 lumens


Good specs but very large
Advice to anyone who travels on bike in a city: I recommend getting one that you can mount to your helmet, I only had my light stolen from my bike once, but it was enough for me to no longer want to attach it to the bike. Too much hassle putting it on/taking it off when it can just permanently stay on my helmet
Great price!
Are there any lights that are USB-C over Micro yet? I'm trying to phase out buying new stuff that uses Micro USB.
luigimitsu110 h, 38 m ago

Advice to anyone who travels on bike in a city: I recommend getting one …Advice to anyone who travels on bike in a city: I recommend getting one that you can mount to your helmet, I only had my light stolen from my bike once, but it was enough for me to no longer want to attach it to the bike. Too much hassle putting it on/taking it off when it can just permanently stay on my helmet


If you buy Poundland bike lights for £1 then you shouldn’t worry
Ordered, thanks.
Is that RRP legit?
Schwarzenegger19 m ago

Is that RRP legit?


No. Lidl sell back and front led rechargeable lights for £12.99
Just in time for summer
Mines just arrived. Impressed with build quality and brighter than I expected. Thanks op
This light is so bright it really needs to be pointed towards the ground. Go for it
I'm not sure if this would be better than my current cheap chinese light. Pros are it could be brighter (but I have no way of testing that) but cons are it doesn't do ambient light level detection (turn off during bright sunlight) or brighten when going over rough surfaces. Quite amazing how smart a light can be, if only the sellers claims were more reliable :P

Edit: Meilan X1. Claimed output of 260 lumens.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 25th Apr
Swarfega12th Apr

Great price! Are there any lights that are USB-C over Micro yet? I'm …Great price! Are there any lights that are USB-C over Micro yet? I'm trying to phase out buying new stuff that uses Micro USB.


Not that I've seen, they are just about moved over to micro usb. I have a mix of proprietary, mini and micro. It's a right pain!
Is that one blinds car drivers because some are way too bright
m_wardle12 h, 22 m ago

Is that one blinds car drivers because some are way too bright


That's mainly down to how it's angled. The average car puts out about 2000 lumens per lamp. Far brighter than most bike lights. This is 'only' 300lm albeit true lumens probably, not ebay ones!
m_wardle123rd Apr

Is that one blinds car drivers because some are way too bright


If it's one that does that for the idiots that refuse to "dip" their headlights for a mere cyclist, I hope so!
Any chance of a link to one of those, sounds interesting
CampGareth23rd Apr

I'm not sure if this would be better than my current cheap chinese light. …I'm not sure if this would be better than my current cheap chinese light. Pros are it could be brighter (but I have no way of testing that) but cons are it doesn't do ambient light level detection (turn off during bright sunlight) or brighten when going over rough surfaces. Quite amazing how smart a light can be, if only the sellers claims were more reliable :P

woldranger1 h, 38 m ago

Any chance of a link to one of those, sounds interesting


Device name is Meilan X1 if that helps, doesn't seem like there's a website to go with it.
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