Front & rear led cycling light set £9.99 @ Tredz
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Front & rear led cycling light set £9.99 @ Tredz

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LocalFound 10th Oct 2015
Over 50% off rrp,great set of back up/secondary lights
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I have not much idea about modern bicycle lighting, but why are these being voted cold? Are they poor quality or performance, can they be bought cheaper elsewhere, are there better alternatives? Nobody is commenting yet the deal is going cold. Why?
Cyclist haters mebbe,dunno,don't care TBH,I just bought the set,usually around this price for one,if it gets 1 cyclist noticed then I'm happy
As I posted,great secondary set or emergency backup
Yeah wondering what's up with all the cold votes too... Must be non-cyclist plonkers voting for the sake of voting
Well, they don't put out much light and the reviews say good as secondary. £10 for another set of lights you don't really need when you can spend money on one decent set perhaps.

I am not voting, just commenting on why some may vote cold. Don't be put off posting deals, these might make a great gift or be really useful for some. The mounting is interesting on these lights.
These are normally £15-£20 so votes hot
they look awful
HOT for me. Thanks
I have these lights, have had for all this year. Obviously they only get used in low light and poor visability conditions, but the no let up in their performance and still on original batteries.

They give more than enough light to be seen by other road users, and just as importantly for me they are very flexable on the mounting of them (as my Giant Propel doesn't have a conventional round tube anywhere).

As far as a deal goes, I can't find cheaper, so hot from me.
Hot from me i have these and they look good once on. This picture does not do them justice
JohnnyChimpo

I have these lights, have had for all this year. Obviously they only get … I have these lights, have had for all this year. Obviously they only get used in low light and poor visability conditions, but the no let up in their performance and still on original batteries.They give more than enough light to be seen by other road users, and just as importantly for me they are very flexable on the mounting of them (as my Giant Propel doesn't have a conventional round tube anywhere).As far as a deal goes, I can't find cheaper, so hot from me.



The voice of reason
JohnnyChimpo

I have these lights, have had for all this year. Obviously they only get … I have these lights, have had for all this year. Obviously they only get used in low light and poor visability conditions, but the no let up in their performance and still on original batteries.They give more than enough light to be seen by other road users, and just as importantly for me they are very flexable on the mounting of them (as my Giant Propel doesn't have a conventional round tube anywhere).As far as a deal goes, I can't find cheaper, so hot from me.



​Just watch out now the weather is turning colder. Batteries don't give their best when cold. Plenty of cyclists with barely visible lights around central London proving this theory...
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