Lezyne KTV2 Drive Front and Rear Light Set red £14.99 at Wiggle
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Lezyne KTV2 Drive Front and Rear Light Set red £14.99 at Wiggle

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Found 19th Sep 2017
Shopped around and read the reviews. Just the rear is £15 at halfrauds just now. Usb rechargeable.
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Red only. Black and white out of stock.
Great price, the outgoing models were a similar price when they were cleared out. If they share the same design you plug them straight into a usb port to charge. Not the brightest but bright enough and feel very well made.
70 lumen front and 9 lumen back. Compare with the decathlon in the same band with theirs being 35 lumen if that helps
"Halfrauds" lol
Any suggestions for a small, cheap front light with a quick release bracket ? My old cateye got shaken loose the other day (I'd put it on when I rode out in the daylight and didn't notice it making it's leap to freedom as I was too busy holding on over a few really rough sections! I just need something that's bright enough to be seen by oncoming cars, not to light up the road as pretty much all I'm riding is lit and if I go anywhere else, I use my super bright Petzl head torch.
Edited by: "woldranger" 19th Sep 2017
Always worth having a look in Lidl or Aldi for cheap bike accessories, bought a pair of rechargeable lights a couple of weeks ago for around £10 and their bang on.
Looks like all out of stock now
woldranger we use these
amazon.co.uk/Hea…TF8

Very bright and we use off road,
woldranger8 h, 2 m ago

Any suggestions for a small, cheap front light with a quick release …Any suggestions for a small, cheap front light with a quick release bracket ? My old cateye got shaken loose the other day (I'd put it on when I rode out in the daylight and didn't notice it making it's leap to freedom as I was too busy holding on over a few really rough sections! I just need something that's bright enough to be seen by oncoming cars, not to light up the road as pretty much all I'm riding is lit and if I go anywhere else, I use my super bright Petzl head torch.


Yeah these are good...

Great deal on small, cheap quick release lights
Wirly, thanks bit those are way way too big for what I need, like I said, I want something small and not something that necessarily lights up the whole road
All out of stock!
woldranger5 h, 46 m ago

Wirly, thanks bit those are way way too big for what I need, like I said, …Wirly, thanks bit those are way way too big for what I need, like I said, I want something small and not something that necessarily lights up the whole road

I have a couple of these pointing down a bit (as they're not nice on incoming drivers if up) - in fact I have now put the two I have on the drops of my bars flashing so I am seen from sides etc. as I have another front light.
inappropriate use of this site by encouraging cyclists
Rickardo1 h, 1 m ago

I have a couple of these pointing down a bit (as they're not nice on …I have a couple of these pointing down a bit (as they're not nice on incoming drivers if up) - in fact I have now put the two I have on the drops of my bars flashing so I am seen from sides etc. as I have another front light.


I was actually looking at these an hour ago - they look pretty bright and I think might do the job that I need them for - how long do you get between charges? My only concern about going for the rechargeable units is how often they need to be charged, my old one running with 3 AAA's only had to be looked at every few months!
Edited by: "woldranger" 20th Sep 2017
woldranger18 h, 45 m ago

Any suggestions for a small, cheap front light with a quick release …Any suggestions for a small, cheap front light with a quick release bracket ? My old cateye got shaken loose the other day (I'd put it on when I rode out in the daylight and didn't notice it making it's leap to freedom as I was too busy holding on over a few really rough sections! I just need something that's bright enough to be seen by oncoming cars, not to light up the road as pretty much all I'm riding is lit and if I go anywhere else, I use my super bright Petzl head torch.


I bought these ,very well made for the price apart from the rear light .
ebay.co.uk/itm…649
jofkelly7217 h, 58 m ago

Always worth having a look in Lidl or Aldi for cheap bike accessories, …Always worth having a look in Lidl or Aldi for cheap bike accessories, bought a pair of rechargeable lights a couple of weeks ago for around £10 and their bang on.

I bought the same lights from Aldi, they are Brilliant for the be seen category.
pvfc2471 h, 25 m ago

I bought the same lights from Aldi, they are Brilliant for the be seen …I bought the same lights from Aldi, they are Brilliant for the be seen category.


Just had a look and Aldi's winter cycling gear goes on sale on the 28th....
dunamis13 h, 36 m ago

All out of stock!

Yes OOS this post should be expired
Cold. Cyclists shouldn’t be on the road 🚲
Edited by: "MrMoneySavingExpert" 21st Sep 2017
Is still there a way to ignore users on here? Saves the pointless trolling comments showing up!
how about a bell, so they dont run pedestrians down
woldranger21 h, 12 m ago

I was actually looking at these an hour ago - they look pretty bright and …I was actually looking at these an hour ago - they look pretty bright and I think might do the job that I need them for - how long do you get between charges? My only concern about going for the rechargeable units is how often they need to be charged, my old one running with 3 AAA's only had to be looked at every few months!

I can't remember - not that often, at least a couple weeks of daily use in the winter(on flash mode) I think. A small red light comes on when they need charging and I take them off when I get to work and plug into my computer.
Just received this email about my order… gutted as I really needed some new bike lights:

"We are contacting you with regards to your recent order in which you placed with us.

Unfortunately, we’re currently experiencing a few teething issues as part of a systems upgrade which means that we're not able to fulfil part of your order which has resulted in a back order being created.

To find out which item we’re unable to supply, log into your account by copying and pasting the below link into your browser and then head to the ‘My Orders’ section.

We have now cancelled this back order which has refunded the cost of the item back to your original payment method. PayPal refunds can take up to 24 hours and card refunds can take around 3-5 working days to show back in your account depending on your banks processing speeds.

The item may still show as in stock and available on our website, however it is not currently available so we kindly ask that you don’t place a new order for this item. Our IT team are working to resolve this issue.

There is no need to contact us regarding this cancelled back order as this will all be updated in your Wiggle account very shortly.

We hope this won't deter you from ordering from us again though, our shiny new system will be in place soon so we’ll be back to offering the top-level service you expect from us."
For anyone that's looking for a small, to be seen, set, there's a couple of set's on the Knog Blinder 1's left on the unnameable auction site for £17, with a best offer option. I just bought a pair for £15 (the front lights I've seen are all around the £12 mark anyway!)
Edited by: "woldranger" 21st Sep 2017
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