When you remove the main unit it looks like you will have 2 cables left attached to the handlebars which will be a bit unsightly plus might leave electrical contact points exposed to the elements on the ends of the cables. I think removable cycle computers for example have a sort of scratch over mounting so as you push them back in the contact points get a quick scrape as the contact points are spring loaded. The solution here might lead to intermittant electrical connections. Also the main unit looks too heavy for the simple rubber mounting so it wouldn't surprise me if the torch struggles to stay in position. I have problems with much smaller lights with a similar mounting system. I would of thought this needed to be a screw on bracket. All complete guesses based on how it looks in the images. Perhaps someone who receives it can give a basic review here.
Interesting device, though generally I wouldn't have lights fitted during daytime riding (which would be most riding), so not completely sure of the point of having a cycle computer installed
It says it's 800 lumens which if true is plenty for city riding. Also looks like it has good side lighting from the pictures, so it's probably worth a punt at this price.
Thank you. Bought 2. Been looking for it. I like the horn feature. Hope it last and proper waterproof
I assume it will come with the sensor and magnet even though its not mentioned on the advert. I think the advert doesn't show these parts just to make the item look more sophisticated as if it doesn't need one. The sensor and magnet are cheap parts which I think they would include. I think by omitting those parts you may assume it has a gps unit inside (like I did until I did a bit of research). You get cheap smartphones with gps chips that retail sub £20 on occasion so it's not impossible in the future a transferable unit with a gps will be possible. I got this one when there was a pricing error at £1 (plus about £9 postage from Germany). It comes with a bike mount and with no cables offers speed etc. So I guess the technology will become available cheaper where you simply mount a device and it will track its location and the relative speed etc. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005IXBLI4/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1