Cycliq Fly 12 Bike Light/Camera £124.99 (£114.99 with code) @ Wiggle
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Cycliq Fly 12 Bike Light/Camera £124.99 (£114.99 with code) @ Wiggle

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Found 30th JulEdited by:"ArthurDent1"
Lowest price I've seen on this model - stock being sold off as it has been replaced by the CE version (currently £214).

Seems expensive for a light but as a commuter cyclist in the city this combines a light and camera with a better battery life than most cameras.

Use code SUMMER11 and you should get another £10 off (new customers only - just use a different email address if you're ordered before).
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Lol, anything has got to be better than go pro head cyclists. They look like telly tubbys in lycra
The trouble with these is that they will record what the bike is pointing at, and not necessarily where the rider is looking, which is why the helmet cams are probably more useful.
neilvaughan13 h, 12 m ago

The trouble with these is that they will record what the bike is pointing …The trouble with these is that they will record what the bike is pointing at, and not necessarily where the rider is looking, which is why the helmet cams are probably more useful.


Not sure I agree with you there..what if the cyclist is looking right/left/behind as he’s hit straight on?
windta1ker56 m ago

Not sure I agree with you there..what if the cyclist is looking …Not sure I agree with you there..what if the cyclist is looking right/left/behind as he’s hit straight on?


You’d know what the cyclist was looking at, which might go some way to explain how and why the collision has happened.
neilvaughan17 m ago

You’d know what the cyclist was looking at, which might go some way to e …You’d know what the cyclist was looking at, which might go some way to explain how and why the collision has happened.


I think you’re missing my point, if the cyclist isn’t looking at what’s hit him, it’s the same scenario
Ok

Well as a road cyclist I think a head cam would be more useful than a bar mounted cam.
Edited by: "neilvaughan1" 30th Jul
This unit us great. Prefer it to a helmet can as it shows just how close people drive and pull in in front of you. Excellent quality video and an app that enables you to view, edit and save footage whilst out and about
Edited by: "Lisao73" 30th Jul
neilvaughan11 h, 29 m ago

Ok Well as a road cyclist I think a head cam would be more …Ok Well as a road cyclist I think a head cam would be more useful than a bar mounted cam.


Ok well as an xc/road rider I disagree, battery life of a camera able to mount on my helmet is not good enough, without external power. This is too heavy to mount on my helmet. Further more this is a light also. When the day comes that a 360 degree camera, with strong battery life and low weight is available, I’ll mount one on my helmet.

Im off to buy a dash cam to mount to my head when I’m in my car
I initially thought a\ helmet cam would be better, but when I looked at them I was disappointed by the battery life so decided that at this price it was cheaper than a decent helmet cam and light.
It's convenient because it's always on my bike and the app is excellent for editing and saving footage.

The downsides are that the battery life isn't as good as a simple light but for me that was a price worth paying as most of my rides are fairly short so it lasts a few days of commuting before needing recharged.
windta1ker6 h, 32 m ago

Ok well as an xc/road rider I disagree, battery life of a camera able to …Ok well as an xc/road rider I disagree, battery life of a camera able to mount on my helmet is not good enough, without external power. This is too heavy to mount on my helmet. Further more this is a light also. When the day comes that a 360 degree camera, with strong battery life and low weight is available, I’ll mount one on my helmet.Im off to buy a dash cam to mount to my head when I’m in my car



I think you are missing my point. But good luck with your search for a dash cam.
neilvaughan11 h, 58 m ago

I think you are missing my point. But good luck with your search for a …I think you are missing my point. But good luck with your search for a dash cam.


Well no, fly 12 on front and fly 6 on the rear will cover the greatest fov. Even if you go the headcam route, you’ll have a glaring blind spot, your rear

It’s obvious we won’t agree but that’s just my take on it
windta1ker29 m ago

Well no, fly 12 on front and fly 6 on the rear will cover the greatest …Well no, fly 12 on front and fly 6 on the rear will cover the greatest fov. Even if you go the headcam route, you’ll have a glaring blind spot, your rearIt’s obvious we won’t agree but that’s just my take on it


Yes you definitely have missed my point.
neilvaughan12 m ago

Yes you definitely have missed my point.


Lol just accept we have different opinions, it’s really not hard, have a good day now
windta1ker2 m ago

Lol just accept we have different opinions, it’s really not hard, have a g …Lol just accept we have different opinions, it’s really not hard, have a good day now



Who said it was hard? I’ve just said you’ve missed my point.
neilvaughan14 m ago

Who said it was hard? I’ve just said you’ve missed my point.


Well...I did...last comment
windta1ker21 m ago

Well...I did...last comment


I’m lost. You just said it’s not hard, I didn’t either. Anyway go and buy your dash cam for your head and report back on its success/failure.
windta1ker16 h, 14 m ago

Ok well as an xc/road rider I disagree, battery life of a camera able to …Ok well as an xc/road rider I disagree, battery life of a camera able to mount on my helmet is not good enough, without external power. This is too heavy to mount on my helmet. Further more this is a light also. When the day comes that a 360 degree camera, with strong battery life and low weight is available, I’ll mount one on my helmet.Im off to buy a dash cam to mount to my head when I’m in my car


You could probably rig something up for this. Get some cheap dashcam style things, mount them to the front, rear, left and right sides of your bike. Hook them up to a central battery. Cheapo 360 degree vision in the event of an accident. Then again I'm looking at ebikes where there's already a central battery to hook up to and it just makes sense to have lights, cameras etc. powered by that.

Then again if you're at fault in an accident because you weren't looking where you're going that wouldn't be shown by this, only by a helmet mounted camera.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 31st Jul
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