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  • posted byDraven02 on 12/30/2014

    Pros: Facil instalación, múltiple formato de iluminación (fija/parpadeante), perfecto para el atardecer o amanecer. Con: No apta para manillares o tijas de gran diámetro, la luz frontal no es apta para iluminar la carretera, si para ser visto

    Impression:Perfecto para su propósito.;

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  • posted byHosoman on 07/27/2014

    Pros: Easy to mount, compact, very bright, high visibility from sides (covers approx 180 degrees) Cons: When mounted on a large diameter tube the silicone cover stretches a bit and reveals small part of the internal plastic, when mounted on a seatpost that is always sloped the rear light is and a... Read more

    Impression:Very good;

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  • posted byjuliozzy on 12/13/2013

    Price is great, weight and color too. Ideal if you need something efficient and cheap to quickly install on your bike. Black color is just great not to be detected on the bike after installing, yet light brightness (both white and red) are seen from far away. Average quality (the best you can get... Read more

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  • posted byrndpeb9cydwc6 on 11/12/2013

    Great Price for a product really useful while riding in the night. Quite visible from far away (Mainly the white one is quite powerful). Easy to install and uninstall not to be ripped off when leaving the bike outside. Easy to find the kind of batteries the device uses. Very light weight Easy to... Read more

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  • posted byrleal2009 on 07/11/2013

    Excerlent brite, Easy to clip on the bike (Many ways and places). It has 3 ways of lightining: Fast blink, Slow blink and directed lighted. There ios an Press Button to change between modes and to turn off. No one about the material and working. It is really practical, easy to clip and the is I... Read more

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  • posted byvannunen on 02/10/2013

    Sharp light. Comparing to other battery bicycle lights this one gives enough light for other traffic to see you from a distance. It is easy to connect to your bicycle. And it is also easy to disconnect it. Very handy to connect. none easy and flexible to use bicycle lights. Sharp light. Comparing... Read more

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  • posted byd90dx on 01/23/2013

    Really easy to install in your bike. The elastic strip adapts to all width. For MTB the frontal light must be forced but is not important because don't broke easily. Resist water very well and works after a hard storm... You must to put a little paper or similar to push the battery with the cap.... Read more

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  • posted bySSica on 01/06/2013

    Sometimes we have to use this type of light signaling during the day and then she has to be very visible. The battery is included with the product. Because I'm importing and waiting several days to receive, I found the price a bit high, because in my town has some similar with slightly higher the... Read more

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  • posted byGnyff on 10/27/2012

    Front one fits the head tube OK and can be fastened with a cable tie (for bettering the chance of it being there when you need it!) Not to many insane modes (could do without the slow blink though ;-) Effective light - also when not seen directly from ahead/rear... :-) Need a spacer to not point... Read more

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  • posted byBrYAK on 10/27/2012

    Price is good, they are bright enough to make you visible on the road. Installs easily to thin bars. Quality is poor. Silicone has many defects. Straps are short, so it's difficult to attach light to 31.6mm seatpost. After they came to me, button on the white light didn't work properly. button is... Read more

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