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  • posted byShitStirrer on 01/31/2014

    Bright and easy to use. Simple, yet effective design to use as a head lamp or bicycle light. Attachment to handle bars or to head lamp head gear is made via heavy "O" rings. So far they have held up. You must disconnect the battery pack otherwise you will completely drain the batteries.... Read more

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  • posted byjbabic on 07/27/2013

    Bright light for the price, but not any brighter than my other similar light sku.82510 which I bought at the same time. I like that this one has a smooth crown, and wish more did. This light has slots cut in its housing. If exposed to rain, the internal circuitry will certainly be subjected to I... Read more

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  • posted byjaygeeknz on 03/15/2013

    This light is incredibly bright. I can see reflective signs light up 2 blocks away in broad daylight. When riding home in the dark, oncoming cars dip their lights as they see me approaching. In Mode 3 (Flashing, Bright) any driver in front of me has no excuse to suggest they haven't seen me them.... Read more

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  • posted byhugootje on 01/11/2013

    great bikelight! shines as bright as carlights I use it for evening- bike-riding with friends Light is strong enough for riding on road, field. easy to use Used it serveral times on high capacity and make two hour -rides = no problem! delivery time was six weeks. So you might be patient. you buy... Read more

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  • posted bydogzilla on 12/27/2012

    This little light is brilliant. It is very powerful indeed. It may not be 1600 lumens as advertised but it really does the job. I commute at night and the low setting is more than enough to lit the path. The battery lasts hours and it is very simple to use. The main problem is the electronics At... Read more

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  • posted byAnteKD on 12/11/2012

    Very strong light, almost scary when I see reflections from deers eyes in the wood while I'm running. Easy to attach to the bicycle, just a couple of maneuvers, and then I'm off. The cord between the battery and the lamp is almost to short and a bit clumsy. The lamp is heavier than I thought but... Read more

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  • posted bytortello on 10/12/2012

    very nice product with small battery, easy to use and powerfull light. I used in a very darks roads with no troubles. Instead, I've been saved by T6 Smooth Crown Water Resistant XML in a very difficult ride (with my mountain bike) that came through the night no instructions inside the package and... Read more

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  • posted byggmurder on 09/26/2012

    It works nice... a really strong beam of light, with a long range reach. - It coasts something like 160 U$ in m,y country... - its really good to make the drivers at traffic to know that your bike is there... I got hitted by car 2 times so far... 2 times the car came to side and putted me at the... Read more

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  • posted byOddFellow on 09/21/2012

    Very bright light. With a very long reaching beam. The beam is a bit week at the senter. Battery holder shod been in PVC or something to be water proof. The O-ring is a bit hard to get on and off if you are gonna take the ligth with you inside to prevent theft. Not waterproof. When the light is I... Read more

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  • posted bytortello on 08/03/2012

    Like I said in the title: quick delivery, good package and good product. Bright light and very good for mountain bikers who like to go out pratice at night. Very good straps too there is no manual inside the package and that is not good for the people who doesn't know how to put it to work It's I... Read more

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