Led Bike lights £1.99 / £5.94 delivered from Properjob
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Led Bike lights £1.99 / £5.94 delivered from Properjob

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Found 27th Dec 2017
Nice and bright smalllights, very easy to fix / remove from bike and put in a pocket (though I do think that the silicone will break sooner or later) You can get ones like this from Amazon but I couldnt find any that wasnt an addon item for less than 3.50 quid.

(Properjob is a chain of west country diy and bits and bobs shops for those who havent heard of it)
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Should add I didnt think about the delivery charges as I just wandered into the shop to buy them
Sorry but these look very similar to pound world ones?. (On closer look they are the same as the ones in my local pound world).
Edited by: "Be79n" 27th Dec 2017
Be79n1 h, 31 m ago

Sorry but these look very similar to pound world ones?. (On closer look …Sorry but these look very similar to pound world ones?. (On closer look they are the same as the ones in my local pound world).


Thats annoying, I didnt spot these in mine when I was looking at the weekend, I could of saved a quid But a set of these for a quid with the batteries included is a steel (I was looking for the rear light pound land used to do that projected a red line on the road but they have stopped doing them)
Being in the south west myself I've actually been to most of these stores. I travel fairly frequently around this area. Bought a fair few things from their stores. Great value. Simple stores without a lot of investment but pretty keen prices generally.

If I need cheap stuff for bikes, lights, bottle cages and other bits and pieces it's worth checking ebay for stuff on auction from China with free postage. I've had sets of lights for 50p that I've seen in shops for £5-6 in a fancy box. Here's a link which will show you the current offers;

ebay.co.uk/b/C…i=3

Obviously no good if you want stuff straight away it may take weeks or even a month plus to get to you but you can get items seriously cheap at times if no one else is interested in bidding. Obviously don't bid more than its worth. Look at completed auctions to see what the prices typically go for and use a free sniping site like gixen.
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