Water-resistant Silicone Front Bicycle Light 76p delivered at Gearbest w/code
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Water-resistant Silicone Front Bicycle Light 76p delivered at Gearbest w/code

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Found 14th Sep 2017
The darker evenings are here - if you're out and about on a bike, you need to have a light.

You can't really go wrong at 76p delivered, to get this price use code: HarvestUK14

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Main Features:
● 2 bright LED lights offer you a bright and clear view and warning other people
● Water-resistant silicone + plastic body, shining even in rainy dark night, keeping you safe
● Easy operation: short press to turn on / off and change lighting modes
● Easy installation and disassembly, 6.5cm belt can be stretched into 12cm, fitting for tube circumference under 11cm
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Has anyone shopped from this site before
All the time no problem with them and I always used PayPal

torroxcampo4 m ago

Has anyone shopped from this site before

Thank you, I'd heard of the site but never known anyone to use it
I have to assume that in Eastbourne there is a by law that dictates that a cyclist need not have lights on their bikes even in the darkest conditions. Therefore, no point sharing.
Edited by: "diabeticguy" 14th Sep 2017
Same in Cambridge- it's compulsory to ride without lights
I use these on the dogs when out walking at night... great value.
Nice. Will use on my BBQ. Heat added
r401caw33 m ago

Same in Cambridge- it's compulsory to ride without lights


On the pavement too I hope
martynsheridan25 m ago

Nice. Will use on my BBQ. Heat added


What marinade do you use?
PayPal all the way
Even with Paypal protection I won't use GearBest again.

The company only offers a 50% refund on faulty goods and requires faulty items to be returned at your own expense in order to honor any paypal claim, and no matter how small the item.

I purchased the last deal I saw of theirs on here. The Mii wrist bands for £8. First one dead on arrival. Ordered a second which alsoo arrived DOA.

Never again GearBest.
Its your life on the line peeps, don't rely on these cheap lights at night
torroxcampo12 h, 5 m ago

Has anyone shopped from this site before


Its only 76p!!
torroxcampo12 h, 55 m ago

Has anyone shopped from this site before



I bought a mi band 2 once and there sent me a fake one with the battery only lasting a day. There acknowldged the issue and only refunded me £8 credit I don't trust them and wouldn't waste money anymore. This deal is cheap though and I have that £8 credit to use up.
Picard1231 h, 40 m ago

Its only 76p!!

Yes it's only 76p. But if it was a fraudulent site and you out your card details in it won't be 76p people loose .. I was also looking at other things on the site too
Probably arrive next summer.
Really helpful post I know, but I've seen these recently on the high street for £1, so you may not need to bother with Gearbest hassles.
Thinking Halfords?
I know a better way for Silicone to be used....
code not working for me (yes I'm logged in)
lanc19791 h, 15 m ago

Really helpful post I know, but I've seen these recently on the high …Really helpful post I know, but I've seen these recently on the high street for £1, so you may not need to bother with Gearbest hassles.Thinking Halfords?



Yes, 24p extra gives less hassle. A small price to pay for peace of mind
Edited by: "bigdaf1" 15th Sep 2017
This definitely won't break immediately.
no problems with the seller

however problems with the product, had ingressed water and rust on this product I brought 2 years ago, no longer working but for 2 years - good value as a back up
Also 1.79 in Lidl for white and red pair. If anyone interested.
I've ordered from them three times now, over the last 7 months and have been satisfied with all products. Don't expect to get it very soon but mi2 band + bike light + branded mobile phone (to replace my stolen one) all good.
torroxcampo21 h, 47 m ago

Yes it's only 76p. But if it was a fraudulent site and you out your card …Yes it's only 76p. But if it was a fraudulent site and you out your card details in it won't be 76p people loose .. I was also looking at other things on the site too


Use PayPal if you're worried and make sure the browser screen, the payment link takes you to is legitimate.

Failing that, have a search on Google as to whether its a scam site. Google will have heard of them I'm sure...
Edited by: "Picard123" 16th Sep 2017
torroxcampo14th Sep

Thank you, I'd heard of the site but never known anyone to use it



You learn something new everyday dont you?
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