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Garmin Varia RTL515 rearview radar with tail light £119.99 when bought with Edge 530 Bike Computer £259.99 @ Garmin
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30/06/2021Expires on 30/06/2021Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Save £50 off Garmin Varia RTL515 when bought with Garmin 530 @ £259.99. Just add both items to cart, and the discount will appear.
y_geordie

Suspect for battery reasons no brighter than most cars with headlights on 24/7

wfb

Exactly this. It’s greatly enhanced my rides.

fergee

It is great at letting you know there is a car behind you, but the light output and battery life does not compare to a £30 ish moon nebula rear light. The only time I think it is any use is when cycling with a buddy, you can be 2 abreast and then quickly drop to single file way before you can hear the car......and before anyone starts I know you are allowed to cycle 2 abreast.

demansquith

totally agree ,great bit of kit....the my opinion the people who diss this product are the people who dont like paying for safety

demansquith

I have the Radar and its a great bit of kit, expensive i admit and it tells you how many cars are behind you which is a great feature. it works with my garin edge and also i have a wahoo bolt and it works with that as well. the bike computer beeps and clearly tells you how many cars are behind you and how far they are. i have used bar mirrors which are cheap and effective ,but in my opinion the radar is a great bit of kit.

Ascher USB Rechargeable LED Bike Lights Set - Front Light Taillight Combinations £9.99 with voucher + £4.49 NP Sold by LangeeDirect FBA
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
With Code. Check tickbox on prodyuct page. ✔ADVANCED DESIGN: USB rechargeable front and back light, built in 2000mAh rechargeable lithium battery for Headlight and built… Read more
hgoku007

Great lights

endofdays

Thank you

RealDonaldTrump

i have this and get around 6hrs of life full setting.

DrDoolittle

Ordered, thanks op

Gonadius

A decent light. I bought it as a spare last year and it's been promoted to being the main light for a couple of months now. I couldn't tell you how long it lasts though, as I randomly take it off and charge it before it runs overly low.

Challenge 2 Piece Front And Rear LED Bike Light Set £2.99 (Free click and collect) at Argos
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Challenge 2 Piece Front And Rear LED Bike Light Set £2.99 (Free click and collect) at Argos£2.99Argos Deals
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Update - unexpired, stock available again for click and collect at limited stores
Good price for this bike lights set from Argos. Be seen, be safe. Put this front and rear light set on your bike and you won't be caught out when the light fades. This sensible … Read more
bonzobanana

I would say the same and its not a bad idea to have a light that uses regular batteries in many ways. If you are caught out with your batteries dead and need to ride home you can pick up fresh batteries from any convenience store to enable safe riding home. A lot of the expense of usb rechargeable lights is the lithium ion battery it doesn't necessarily make them any brighter if its a lower end model.

jaizan

If I'm riding at night, I want something fairly powerful as it increases the chances of motorists seeing me. The very cheap lights tend not to be too bright. As my life is at stake, I'd rather pay a little more for something powerful. However, on the other hand, one way to get around all the risks of failure of brackets, batteries etc is to have 2 lights on each end of the bike, so there is a back up.

gtd65

To be fair, the Poundland lights are good for the money.

Sahhh

I do not recommend these. You get very, very, limited visibility and they break all too easily. Spend your money on a proper pair of rechargeable lights. A light for £1.50 each should give it away!

YOLO

This deal does not come up when you click on the get deal or search Argos?

Moon Meteor-X Pro (Front) and Arcturus Pro (Rear) Bike Lights for £34.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
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Posted 24th MarPosted 24th Mar
Moon Meteor-X Pro (Front) and Arcturus Pro (Rear) Bike Lights for £34.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling£34.99£38.9510% off Free P&P FreeRutland Cycling Deals
Nice price for this set, which has an RRP of £69.99. 600 lumens on the front light, so ideal for commuting, and the rear light is auto and will last for ages until it needs recharg… Read more
superninja

I think this has expired now, going to the page shows 69.99 :(

james42

I have these lights, they are really good, very bright clear beam...super battery life, easy to fit...winner all round! Highly recommended.

mr_bargain

tempted

fergee

Great lights

bald_vale

Moon lights are really good imo (y)

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Moon Meteor X-Auto and Comet X bike light set for £27.98 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
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Posted 23rd MarPosted 23rd Mar
Moon Meteor X-Auto and Comet X bike light set for £27.98 delivered @ Rutland Cycling£27.98£30.498% offRutland Cycling Deals
Great price for these bike lights, normally £49.99 now half price to £24.99 plus postage. Free delivery over £30 so you could add another small item to get over the threshold. … Read more
Amanda_Zimmerman

Yes. They both come with Micro Usb

Pete

Check out the other Moon set I have just posted, might be worth your time: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/moon-meteor-x-pro-front-and-arcturus-pro-rear-bike-lights-for-ps3499-delivered-at-rutland-cycling-3692392

dheydl

I read that and yet many IPX5 lights on Amazon seem to fail under the lightest of showers according to reviews. I'm in the market for a set but unless I want to spend upwards of £60, there doesn't seem to be much that is either reliable or has any sort of battery life per charge.

Pete

IPX4 – Protects from splashing water, no matter the direction. This is what rain would come under. (y)

dheydl

They don't sound very impressive, and certainly not at £50 rrp. Up to 2 hours light, which in a couple of months is likely to be nearer 90 mins and IXP4 - so basically keep out of the rain. What makes these any better than the many no name lights at half this reduced price?

Exposure TraceR USB Rechargeable Rear Bike Light With DayBright - £27 delivered with code @ Tredz
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Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
Exposure TraceR USB Rechargeable Rear Bike Light With DayBright - £27 delivered with code @ Tredz£27£4236% off Free P&P FreeTredz Deals
The only rear bike light I’ve found that doesn’t break in wet and mud £45 RRP £35 plus postage on top at Rutland cycles So a good saving Use code 6CL3FMX7 £5 off £30 spend The … Read more
jayjames1978

Shame it’s out of stock.

whatyadoinsucka

Code above still works I’ve amended the listing Q4RBAEWU

jayjames1978

Discount code has expired :(

Hotshot_147

Arrived today thanks.

wackybeaver

The rubber band that shields the USB port on this is a bit naff. The light is superb but the band is a flaw in my opinion. It only seals through contracting of the band and if it’s not 100% in line with the metal ridge then it’s not sealed. It just feels a bit of a gimmick considering how well built the rest of the light is. Reminds me of Apple’s ridiculous idea of placing a charging port on the bottom of mouse.