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Top Quality Cycle Lights. Smart Lunar £29.39 @ Amazon
Top Quality Cycle Lights.  Smart Lunar £29.39 @ Amazon

Top Quality Cycle Lights. Smart Lunar £29.39 @ Amazon

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Smart Lunar 25 Lux Front with 1/2 Watt Rear Light Set

The evenings are rapidly getting shorter, don't be caught out without any lights.

Amazon doing these at least £10 cheaper than the cycle websites are selling them for (chain reaction, wiggle)

Front light: 25 Lux output from a single high-power Japanese LED
Front light: High, low and flashing modes
Front light: Up to 7,14 or 20 hours run time in high, low, flashing mode using 2AA batteries
Front light: Intuitive mounting bracket, installs without tools
Rear light: Visible from up to 1 mile with a single ½ Watt Japanese LED & 2 further LEDs
Rear light: Constant and flashing modes
Rear light: Up to 100 hours run time using 2AAA batteries
Rear light: Mounts to belt clip, seat post or seat stay
General features: Tough construction withstands extreme weather conditions
General features: Limited lifetime warranty
General features: Batteries included

6 Comments

Great price for great lights. Good enough for riding on unlit tracks.

Good spot, voted hot, thanks ig.

While I normally recommed a different light (the Electron Nano 9) over the Lunar 25 on performance, the 1/2 watt rear light is pretty much as good as they come.

The rear alone retails around £17, so getting the front for £12 makes this a steal!

I bought this set about a couple of weeks ago and I think they are going to be really good when the dark evenings get here. Can hardly believe that I've just seen them for sale on the Halford's website for £82.49.

speedy gonzalez

I bought this set about a couple of weeks ago and I think they are going … I bought this set about a couple of weeks ago and I think they are going to be really good when the dark evenings get here. Can hardly believe that I've just seen them for sale on the Halford's website for £82.49.



Nor can I when the RRP's £45...

It's just so they can claim a half price or maybe more offer in a few weeks time, don't you think!? Or is it me just being cynical?
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