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Ryder Concept 1000 Lumen front cycle light + spare battery @ Cycle Republic
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Ryder Concept 1000 Lumen front cycle light + spare battery @ Cycle Republic

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Posted 10th Jul
Fantastic light on offer currently, max 1000 lumen (this is super-bright) with a spare 2600mah Li-on battery. Four modes: 950lm,400lm,180lm & 90lm(Flashing) - yes I'm aware that this states 950lm max, as per their website

I have it and honestly can recommend it, especially so at this discounted price.

Free delivery or C&C available from in store. For anybody unaware, Cycle Republic is an arm of Halfords.
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Bought one for my indoor trainer, as the comments told me it's too bright for roads.
psmith195810/07/2019 21:26

doubtfull


You can't spell doubtful, I suspect you couldn't operate a derailleur
psmith195810/07/2019 19:56

the light that causes accidents, way to bright cold from me


Fact or hyperbole, I suspect the latter.
Not seen any headlines car driver killed by bike light.
If at it's highest it produces less lumens than two car lights on dipped.

I have something similar that I use for offroad night rides, where its pretty useful for avoiding accidents.
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the light that causes accidents, way to bright

cold from me
Way too bright for cycling on roads.
Bought one for my indoor trainer, as the comments told me it's too bright for roads.
psmith195810/07/2019 19:56

the light that causes accidents, way to bright cold from me


You can control the light output and have it lower than 1000lm.
gooeynote10/07/2019 20:11

You can control the light output and have it lower than 1000lm.



that is beyond most cyclist
Good deal have some heat
psmith195810/07/2019 20:17

that is beyond most cyclist


Not if you want versatility and use it off road too. Switch it between a road bike and mountain bike.
Edited by: "gooeynote" 10th Jul
psmith195810/07/2019 19:56

the light that causes accidents, way to bright cold from me


You think this is bright,you want to see the 1600 lumen one i just got from Halfords for £40,now that's brights lol

Like others have said,you don't have to have it that bright all the time,you can turn it down when on the roads and turn it right up when needed elsewhere.

halfords.com/cycling/bike-lights/bike-lights/bikehut-1600-lumen-front-bike-light
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 10th Jul
psmith195810/07/2019 19:56

the light that causes accidents, way to bright cold from me


Fact or hyperbole, I suspect the latter.
Not seen any headlines car driver killed by bike light.
If at it's highest it produces less lumens than two car lights on dipped.

I have something similar that I use for offroad night rides, where its pretty useful for avoiding accidents.
mcrobbj10/07/2019 21:15

Fact or hyperbole, I suspect the latter.Not seen any headlines car driver …Fact or hyperbole, I suspect the latter.Not seen any headlines car driver killed by bike light.If at it's highest it produces less lumens than two car lights on dipped.I have something similar that I use for offroad night rides, where its pretty useful for avoiding accidents.



try "cyclist killed by dazzling car driver"
psmith195810/07/2019 20:17

that is beyond most cyclist


If you can operate a derailleur I'd say you could operate a cycle light
Rhythmeister10/07/2019 21:24

If you can operate a derailleur I'd say you could operate a cycle light



doubtfull
psmith195810/07/2019 21:26

doubtfull


You can't spell doubtful, I suspect you couldn't operate a derailleur
Rhythmeister10/07/2019 21:28

You can't spell doubtful, I suspect you couldn't operate a derailleur



oh look a deluded cyclist
psmith195810/07/2019 21:23

try "cyclist killed by dazzling car driver"


Yes, the press will do anything to blame cyclists.
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Problem is the beam shape, not just the brightness. Looks like it is just a circular beam, with a bright spot in the centre. A proper light for on-road cycling should have a shaped beam, with a cut-off. Then it wouldn't dazzle other traffic, and would be more useful for actually seeing where you are going.
The problem is as much the mounting mechanism. Keeping the light pointing down a bit is hard with bands.

I've yet to see any unbiased stats arguing that lights are dangerous or are more dangerous than not having them.
How is quality of that? I'm just looking for a good torch for work.
Maniek13311/07/2019 01:00

How is quality of that? I'm just looking for a good torch for work.


Really good - strong Aluminium build. It's quite small but definitely hold-able and will be brighter than most torches
I've got one of these. Never been able to switch it on, rubbish.
Mines branded as a fleshlight. To be fair it does seem quite fleshy where you pop the batteries in.
Biggunspaul10/07/2019 21:11

You think this is bright,you want to see the 1600 lumen one i just got …You think this is bright,you want to see the 1600 lumen one i just got from Halfords for £40,now that's brights lolLike others have said,you don't have to have it that bright all the time,you can turn it down when on the roads and turn it right up when needed elsewhere.halfords.com/cycling/bike-lights/bike-lights/bikehut-1600-lumen-front-bike-light


It's there a code to get it for £40, showing up as £50? Cheers
Edited by: "parabootz" 11th Jul
parabootz11/07/2019 21:06

It's there a code to get it for £40, showing up as £50? Cheers


There was a code that you could use when they had a recent offer on but it has since expired.
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