Great now nights are drawing in - Provis Nightrider reflective rucksack - perfect for cyclists... was £30 reduced to £18 but discount code = £18.79 Delivered PLUS free bike lights
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Great now nights are drawing in - Provis Nightrider reflective rucksack - perfect for cyclists... was £30 reduced to £18 but discount code = £18.79 Delivered PLUS free bike lights

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Found 13th Sep 2015
Great now the nights are drawing in, appear like a ghostly apparition to the motorists of the world...Proviz nightrider rucksack in yellow, was £30 now £15.29

I received a discount code at work for this company and thought I'd share. The code gives you 15% off their entire range by simply clicking through provizsports.com/cor…ate (discount is applied automatically at checkout screen).

I bought a small reflective rucksack (In yellow - black is out of stock) for cycling which was RRP £30 but reduced to £18 and after discount it was £15.29 total. They also give you free bike lights at moment which is added bonus, as my son needed a new set for his bike.

They also have a superb jacket (which I invested in, but some might think it expensive), which is ridiculously reflective, and appears to be very breathable.

I got free delivery as spent over £50 but otherwise delivery is £3.50

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You're probably aware but this backpack is 10L capacity, so before anyone orders it expecting to fit their commute load in to it, think again.

I'd consider 10L to be sufficient for a packable jacket, map, keys, phone, wallet and some supplies, less if you use the hydration pouch.

For a commuter bag I'd go for a 20L+ bag.

The_Hoff

You're probably aware but this backpack is 10L capacity, so before anyone … You're probably aware but this backpack is 10L capacity, so before anyone orders it expecting to fit their commute load in to it, think again.I'd consider 10L to be sufficient for a packable jacket, map, keys, phone, wallet and some supplies, less if you use the hydration pouch.For a commuter bag I'd go for a 20L+ bag.



I'd go for panniers if I was commuting, a nice pair of Orliebs

But that depends on the bike and the availability of mounts for a rack (unless you use a seat post mount which has weight limits). I use Ortliebs on my CX but my road bike has no such luxury, I use a messenger bag as I don't like how sweaty and restrictive rucksacks can be.

The point of my post was, this is a VERY small bag and isn't suitable for a commute - which is typically the market that buys reflective gear.

This product is currently out of stock

A cheap nylon bag that supposedly weighs only 39 gram

I own the bigger 30L and that does me nicely on my 11 mile commute, Considering the little brother on the days I dont need to take much to work. Heat added

Small bag, but great price and the free mini lights will come in handy. Heat added.

Those free lights are NOT worth £14.99. I got some that look exactly the same from Amazon seller for £1.50~, including postage.

Wearing anything reflective will help save your life in the dark nights. As many cyclists are also motorists YOU KNOW how difficult it is to see anything unlit on the road when you have on coming traffic and lights in your eyes.

I also recommend the jacket the op mentioned. Absolutely brilliant. You have the added bonus of it not being neon when walking round town after cycling in.

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NitrousUK

Those free lights are NOT worth £14.99. I got some that look exactly the … Those free lights are NOT worth £14.99. I got some that look exactly the same from Amazon seller for £1.50~, including postage.


would you have a link please as i would like some at £1.50 a pop

cadmus

would you have a link please as i would like some at £1.50 a pop


Link

http://s22.postimg.org/vzp33spwx/bag.jpg

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