Izone Pulse Front And Rear Lightset £4.99 Tredz - FREE DELIVERY
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Izone Pulse Front And Rear Lightset £4.99 Tredz - FREE DELIVERY

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Edited by:"wilf1234"Found 5th Sep 2017
As always the RRP is a joke, but these are still £10+ everywhere else at the moment.

Reasonable reviews, it's seems to be only people that have bought them for the wrong reason who leave negative comments. THEY ARE SECONDARY LIGHTS (ie lights you leave on all the time to flash etc). They will not light up a country lane.

Perfect for commuting in towns, and weigh virtually nothing.
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They look reasonable but use watch batteries, yuck. I guess you could argue that USB rechargeable lights will eventually need replacing entirely when the battery dies, but I'd rather that than have to carry spare batteries.

Still, it's a good price for what it is I guess.
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The USB lights tend to be primary lighting. These are great for just fitting and forgetting. As the light output is at a sensible level (rather than blinding) the batteries last ages!
Edited by: "wilf1234" 5th Sep 2017
Good to keep in your rucky as an emergency, if your main lights die. I have similar versions, and they have proved useful at times.
Trendz are pretty good, ordered for the first time a few weeks ago. £5 mudguard and it came next day with two free packs of haribos,
Yep they always tend to put in Haribo. Lol
Edited by: "darksideby182" 5th Sep 2017
darksideby1828 m ago

Yep they always tens to put in Haribo. Lol


Yeh but two free packs thats double of wiggle. Quids in mate
For those who commute when its dark or during winter with a rucksack I cannot recommend this enough for a rear light.

dx.com/p/u…333

There is NO other red light like it, mine has been Gorilla taped to two commuting rucksacks which have worn out whilst the light has carried on going. It's like a star has just exploded on your back, on the rucksack it shines down onto you, the back of the bike and the road, vehicles give you a much wider berth when this is on your back.

You need a couple of 18650's and a charger but it's well worth it.
mjr60016 h, 28 m ago

For those who commute when its dark or during winter with a rucksack I …For those who commute when its dark or during winter with a rucksack I cannot recommend this enough for a rear light.http://www.dx.com/p/ultrafire-wf-501b-philips-luxeon-k2-red-led-flashlight-1-18650-2-cr123a-20333There is NO other red light like it, mine has been Gorilla taped to two commuting rucksacks which have worn out whilst the light has carried on going. It's like a star has just exploded on your back, on the rucksack it shines down onto you, the back of the bike and the road, vehicles give you a much wider berth when this is on your back.You need a couple of 18650's and a charger but it's well worth it.


I hope no one would try to aim those at eye level. Probably very dazzling and unsafe. I frequently get hit by people with those super powerful cheap lights from China, but they don't realise it's supposed to aim at the road infront and not the horizon, so I end up being completely blinded for 5 seconds.
These are pretty good for what they are. I've had mine a couple of years and just leave them on my commuter bike when it's left at the station. Batteries need replacing now but have lasted well.
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