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WEST BIKING rechargeable bike light 350 lumens, red back light & 120 dB horn for £11.91 delivered @ AliExpress Deals / Cyclespeed Store
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WEST BIKING rechargeable bike light 350 lumens, red back light & 120 dB horn for £11.91 delivered @ AliExpress Deals / Cyclespeed Store

£11.91£13.2610% Free P&P FreeAliExpress Deals
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Posted 7th MayShipping from China
Good price for a 350 lumen front bike light with four modes and 1200 mAh battery, and a five mode 120 decibel horn — the horn press button just plugs into the front light, pretty clever piece of kit. Plus a red back light with four flashing modes, and a rechargeable battery. It use a micro USB cable, which comes included.

It is the option selected in RED below.

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The light actually turns on and off automatically depending on your needs, so there's something.

All yours for £11.91 delivered from China. Admittedly it may take a while to get to you, but only a month according to AliExpress.



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Looks good. They have lots of models. Which one is it please @Akira_Cat ?
takes 20-30 days for delivery from CHINA. Just warning.
Only 1000 lumems would do for me but this is a good price for what you are getting .
As a cyclist I cant think of much that's going to cause universal dislike like a 120db bike horn.

I used to have a hornit and on bike paths it seemed too aggressive to use and on the open road I found people didn't notice it because they weren't conditioned to listen for it compared to a normal bike bell.

In any case I find a cheery "hello" is the best option.
Edited by: "johnnystorm" 7th May
johnnystorm07/05/2020 11:52

As a cyclist I cant think of much that's going to cause universal dislike …As a cyclist I cant think of much that's going to cause universal dislike like a 120db bike horn.I used to have a hornit and on bike paths it seemed too aggressive to use and on the open road I found people didn't notice it because they weren't conditioned to listen for it compared tona normal bike bell.In any case I find a cheery "hello" is the best option.


Haha fair enough. I would probably be very taken aback if someone blasted their horn at me from behind. So to speak.
Calaisjar07/05/2020 11:39

Looks good. They have lots of models. Which one is it please @Akira_Cat ?


Please see updated thread.
johnnystorm07/05/2020 11:52

As a cyclist I cant think of much that's going to cause universal dislike …As a cyclist I cant think of much that's going to cause universal dislike like a 120db bike horn.I used to have a hornit and on bike paths it seemed too aggressive to use and on the open road I found people didn't notice it because they weren't conditioned to listen for it compared tona normal bike bell.In any case I find a cheery "hello" is the best option.


Agreed completely. I was planning on using the light only on the roads and the horn exclusively on the missus.
Akira_Cat07/05/2020 11:55

Haha fair enough. I would probably be very taken aback if someone blasted …Haha fair enough. I would probably be very taken aback if someone blasted their horn at me from behind. So to speak.


Having said that if the light is rechargable it's a decent price and I bought a pair of the rear lights by themselves from amazon. They're really good.
Glad its not too bright. Hate it when a cyclist is coming in the opposite directiogn with them ridiculously bright fliashing lights. I swear there should be a fine for cyclist who have them over a certain brightness, they are dangerous.
furiousjammin07/05/2020 12:01

Glad its not too bright. Hate it when a cyclist is coming in the opposite …Glad its not too bright. Hate it when a cyclist is coming in the opposite directiogn with them ridiculously bright fliashing lights. I swear there should be a fine for cyclist who have them over a certain brightness, they are dangerous.


In most cases it's not the light output per se but the beam angle. In Germany they regulate bike lights and have restrictions on lights that dont have a beam cut off to prevent this. It's why your car headlamps are far brighter than almost any bike light but they aren't an issue.

It's impossible to fine a cyclist for something for which the government hasn't actually specified as being "wrong".

Hopefully a positive from Coronavirus will be the Govt taking cycling seriously and this could be sorted.

The other issue is policing this. We haven't got the manpower to properly police uninsured and dangerous drivers, let alone the odd wayward bikelight.

Manufacturers have the lights ready, there just has to be demand for them.


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ranandg07/05/2020 11:44

takes 20-30 days for delivery from CHINA. Just warning.


That was in the past, anyone experience of at the moment
The OP lights set look very similar to the ones I bought from Amazon about a year ago (minus the horn) - they got good reviews at the time and work well - bright and holds its charge fairly well - I paid just under a tenner at the time
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "Patr100" 7th May
Patr10007/05/2020 13:22

The OP lights set look very similar to the ones I bought from Amazon about …The OP lights set look very similar to the ones I bought from Amazon about a year ago (minus the horn) - they got good reviews at the time and work well - bright and holds its charge fairly well - I paid just under a tenner at the time https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0765SV34Z/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1


They look the same yes. However, I can't post that seller as it does not meet the hotukdeals criteria.
At 27£ you can get 20000 lumens on Ebay
johnnystorm07/05/2020 11:57

Having said that if the light is rechargable it's a decent price and I …Having said that if the light is rechargable it's a decent price and I bought a pair of the rear lights by themselves from amazon. They're really good.


Which one did you get from Amazon pls? I am looking for a decent one.
7fink707/05/2020 15:09

At 27£ you can get 20000 lumens on Ebay


Nope, but you can get 600-2000ish with ridiculously exaggerated lumens claims.
Sg280807/05/2020 21:15

Which one did you get from Amazon pls? I am looking for a decent one.


amazon.co.uk/dp/…e=1

I'm sure the same ones are sold by loads of others so shop around. Possibly cheaper elsewhere but I needed some in a hurry, lost my old ones in Morocco.
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