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Halfords Advanced 1600 Lumen Front Bike Light - £53.99 with voucher code (possible £48.99 with member signup) + free collection @ Halfords

£53.99£59.9910% off
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This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Use the voucher code EXTRA10 for 10% off and then use the motoring sign up voucher.

£48.99 by 10% code EXTRA10 and then add the £5 voucher you get from the joining the club.

Not the best light for the power but a lot of cheaper. It’s bright enough for canal paths and slow speed trails. Great for commuting on lower power. My old one died after 4 years, one broken LED. I replaced the charger with an magnetic micro usb connection to look after the charging port.

Probably not bright enough for trail centres at speed.

Features & Benefits:
Ultra high power 1600 lumen maximum output
USB rechargeable
Intelligent Power Bar
Power Bank functionality
8 modes (1600, 1000, 640, 240, 15 Lumen, day flash, flash, pulse)
CREE LED's
LG batteries
Premium brushed aluminium body
Temperature protection
Mode Memory
IPX5 Water Resistant
Charging time from empty is 9 hours

If you have an alternative please post a link as I haven’t picked up mine yet!
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    This is a good light, I've got it and it's ridiculously bright on high setting. I set it about halfway for night riding and the battery lasts for ages
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    I’m not a fan of Halfrauds but I think it’s a good light for the price. If I struggle with this I’ll buy a magic shine 2600 but that’s £130. So far my old 1600 has been good and until now and burned out one led for 4 years of hard use. Might take it apart while I use this.
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    49047781_1.jpgThe extra10 code and joining the motoring club with free delivery brings the more powerful 1800 lumen to £49. Top cashback too which may or not get honoured with the code stack. (edited)
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    Thanks I did the same. Not keen on the lower runtimes but the 1600 lasted longer than the 1hr on high. I’m hoping the 1800 is the same and lasts a bit longer than stated.
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    I bought two of these at £35 ! Few years ago and they are still excellent. If they broke I'd be more than willing to pay £50 odd to replace it. Also use it to charge my gopro at coffee stops as it is also a power bank.

    With same code this 1800 lumen is worth considering as it is the same price.

    halfords.com/cyc…d=t (edited)
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    I really like my 1600 and have been waiting for a new deal, but now they have a new version..
    Have you got the 1800 how does it compare
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    One-off only... could get it for £40 if an offer for £45 was accepted & you have the DELIGHT5 code (expires 16.12.22) to take another £5 off ebay.co.uk/itm…443
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    I did consider it but I can collect tomorrow morning or anytime I want. If it dies within a year I still have warranty. Does eBay give me a warranty of a year?

    I can also return it within 30 days if I think it’s performance is poor. I need it for my commutes for tomorrow evening so I can pick up.
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    I think a paid a little less for this but it was a few years ago.
    Still works a treat though and is stunningly bright.
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    Me too. I bought it when came out in 2018? At £35. Then it shot up with all the prices/inflation. I nearly bought another on Black Friday but that was still higher. Just hope it helps someone like me who likes riding and commutes that doesn’t need a magic shine for 2am fast forest rides.
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    Great light for night riding, good battery life and way better than the dubious Chinese cheap stuff!
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    Considering this is probably made in China too I think thats a bit of a generalisation. Solarstorm x3 are well reviewed on singletrack and I have had 3 ( two for me) and one for my son for ten years. Cheap enough to had a spare and additional battery packs. Bungy mount which is better if you crash. Son crashed with a £100 moon fixed mount and torch mount shatterd leaving it useless for anything but walking the dog.
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    Any alternatives?
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    I’ve just cancelled my order and bought the 1800 lumens version on the same codes. £49.
    Will delete this post!
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