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Moon Meteor Storm Lite and Nebula Light Set for £44.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
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Moon Meteor Storm Lite and Nebula Light Set for £44.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling

£44.99£65.9932%Rutland Cycling Deals
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Posted 5th Feb

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Great offer for a pro bike light set especially, when only the front light cost £40ish.
The front light is a massive 1100 lumens and battery cell is 18650 SAMSUNG lithium ion!

Moon Meteor Storm Lite Front Light
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Demonstrating exquisite value for money, the Meteor Storm Lite by Moon gives you a huge 1100 Lumens of output through its Cree XP-G3 high brightness LED. The Storm Lite is perfect for all cycling, irrespective of the conditions or level of light and can even be used with effect in the day thanks to its Day Flash Mode. Weighing in at just 210g, the Storm Lite also features an overheat protection system as well as a low battery, charging and fully charged indicator to keep you completely informed of the battery's status and so you know when to next recharge. The Meteor Storm Lite also features side visibility in the design and comes equipped with a quick release handlebar mount (fits 22-35mm) and a quick release helmet mount that both attach to your bars and helmet securely and with ease.

  • 2 pcs Cree XP-G3 high brightness LEDs
  • Matrix LED Display
  • CNC aluminium heat sink casing
  • Boost Mode (Instantly activate 1100 lumens for 10 seconds)
  • Over heat protection system
  • Quick release SAMSUNG lithium ion battery 18650 x2 (3.7V 4400 mAh)
  • Quick release handlebar mount (fits 22-35mm)
  • Quick release helmet mount
  • Magnetic battery cover design
  • Low battery, charging and fully charged indicator
  • Automatic fully charged cut-off system
  • USB remote control system
  • Side visibility
  • Water resistant USB port
  • Water resistant (IPX 4)
  • Mode Memory
  • Day Flash Mode
  • 9 dot display
  • Size: 115.5 x 48 x 34mm
  • Weight: 210g
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Moon Nebula Rear Light
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With a maximum output of 180 lumens, Moon's Nebula is one of the best rear lights currently on the market, and features 8 different light modes with runtimes varying between 100 minutes and 20 hours depending on the selected mode.


  • 1 pc (50 chips) Rectangular ring COB high brightness red LED
  • CNC Aluminium heat sink casing
  • Rechargeable lithium polymer battery (3.7V 800 mAh)
  • Day flash mode, Mode memory function, Auto safe mode
  • 4 steady modes, 4 flashing modes
  • Quick release universal bracket fits all round and AERO style bars
  • Low battery, charging and fully charged indicator
  • Automatic fully charged cut-off system
  • Side visibility
  • Water resistance (IPX 4)
  • Recharge time 2.5hrs
  • Size (W x D x H): 93 x 22 x 17 mm
  • Weight: 0.18Kg; Packing & Package: 0.1Kg
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Good deal for a combo set. These are well made and the batteries are replaceable too.
Only charged me £39.99 delivered.
Was thinking they price match I brought these a lot cheaper not long ago
Please note that this is the old version of the front light before 2019.

There is a new version 2019 which outputs 1300lm.
Use this site to compare the light outputs. tredz.co.uk/lig…est


I personally use the CatEye 800, but in the comparison I'd slightly prefer the CatEye 500 at the same price.
These are £39.99 now, so deal should be updated. Great deal, thanks OP.
AbdulAbz07/02/2020 07:57

Please note that this is the old version of the front light before …Please note that this is the old version of the front light before 2019.There is a new version 2019 which outputs 1300lm.


Yeah but that's quite a bit more expensive and doesn't come with rear light. For most people, 1100 lumen will be plenty bright enough (e.g. commuting) but you might need brighter for off-roading at night.
ChrisRX07/02/2020 09:53

Use this site to compare the light outputs. …Use this site to compare the light outputs. https://www.tredz.co.uk/lights-comparison-testI personally use the CatEye 800, but in the comparison I'd slightly prefer the CatEye 500 at the same price.


This is a good site to compare lights (actually shows what the beams are like in use): road.cc/con…how
blake_707/02/2020 14:08

This is a good site to compare lights (actually shows what the beams are …This is a good site to compare lights (actually shows what the beams are like in use): https://road.cc/content/buyers-guide/212914-best-20192020-front-lights-cycling-40-light-beam-comparison-plus-how


Thanks for this, very helpful
Trentend07/02/2020 02:20

Only charged me £39.99 delivered.



Hi how does the rear light attach,I haven't got the space on my seat post and besides I have a mud guard that would obscure it,do you think it could be attached to the angled tube heading down to the gearing I think it's known as the seat stay?
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