• BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
  • BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack
BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack

BESTSUN Bike Light Set, Super Bright 240 Lumen LED Bicycle Headlight Safety Flashlight, Best Front and Rear Cycle Lighting Headlight and Taillight, for Kids Men Women Road Cycling, 2 Pack

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  • SUPER BRIGHT - Use Cree LED, High efficiency and High brightness up to 80- 240 Lumen and reflect long distance up to 200m with Focus adjustable Bike LED headlight Lamp and multi-mode: High mode, Mid mode, Bike lights Front Flash mode
  • HIGH-QUALITY - The flashlight is made of solid aluminum and reflector by rugged ABS plastic. It won't rust or corrode. This cycling light bundle will not only keep you safe and illuminate your path it will also last longer. It is the perfect urban and mountain combo for its powerful white front light and red rear light with reflector.
  • SAFETY AND RELIABLE - This reliable well-built bicycle lighting kit makes you easy to be seen by motorists. Don't risk danger by riding in the dark. Drivers cannot see you! The flashing modes will grab their attention even in broad daylight and on any weather conditions.
  • SIMPLE INSTALL AND QUICK RELEASE - Both head lamp and warning tail light holders are equipped with a screw that can be handled manually No Tools Required and they are provided with a pair of rubber brackets adjustable on any handlebar size no matter if it is a road mtb or a child bike! It is also EASY TO RELEASE.
  • WATERPROOF AND DUST PROOF - The material includes Aluminum and ABS which have the function of IP65 waterproof, dustproof and weatherproof, the design keeps the light working in perfect in any weather and any condition of every season.

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Good for being seen, not for seeing..and only when workingBought this for use as a headlight on my bike. Routinely ride at night with 2 neighbors. I figured the lumen figure may be over-rated, but was shocked at how much it's over-rated on this item.PROs:1) It's cheap2) It installs easily3) It uses AAA batteriesCONs:1) It's WEAK: NO WAY it's anywhere near 240 lumens. It's maybe 40-50. It's good enough for a car to see you coming, but in NO WAY good enough to see where you're going if there's NO light source other than this device. Neighbor has an inexpensive Bell set he got at target for $13 that was much brighter...to the effect that when he rode behind me, my shadow would be visible in the area that should have been illuminated by MY light.2) It doesn't stay on consistently. It has separate modes for solid on and for flashing. HOWEVER, due to the cheap manufacturing, after a few bumps, it'll start to flash while it's supposed to be full on. It'll go out occasionally, and I found myself having to do small wheelies to get it to turn back on.Really, it's only useful as a cheap flashlight for kids to play with or as a light at dusk to be seen by other cars/people.If you're looking for a serious HEADLIGHT so you can SEE where you're going in the dark, use a light more likeSUPERNIGHT(TM) 1000 Lumens Mini CREE T6 LED Bike HeadlightYes, the SUPERNIGHT is 3x the price, but it puts out 10x the light PLUS1Changes modes even with high wind!I was so excited about this item when it came. It seems so sturdy and high quality. I love that it has three modes and that it seems to be made of steel. However, the first time out on my bike, it changed modes from high to low when I hit the first bump, then on the second bump it changed to flashing. I bike very early in the morning, so the light is super important. I also live near the beach, and when I was going against the ocean breeze, the light just kept turning off and switching modes even on the smoothest surface. I'm returning it today. This light is useless for biking if you ever hit even the smallest bump. I lost 15 seconds on my pace because I kept having to fool with this blasted light!UPDATE: Spoke with an electrician friend, and he put three dimes on top of the battery compartment. This keeps the batteries from moving around. I'm going to test it out again tomorrow to see if this fixes the issue.1Awesome little light with a couple of quirks...This really is an amazing bargain, if you know how to work out the quirks. It is NOT as bright as the more expensive lights, but it is bright enough to ride in complete darkness safely while on the high setting. In the city under street lamps, the flash setting uses the bright setting, so you will be very visible from the front. There are 3 issues that come to mind, and here's how I solved them. #1 - the battery compartment can fit a little loosely inside the flashlight, which can cause the light beam to flicker or even change settings or turn off when going over rougher terrain. I remedied this by putting a piece of duct tape all the way around the battery compartment before putting the compartment back into the flashlight housing. It doesn't move at all, and absolutely no flicker. If the duct tape alone doesn't stop the flickering/mode changing/turning off, put a dime or two into the battery housing before dropping in the battery pack. #2 - The little lens at the head of the light can become loose and fall off. Screw off the lens and put a couple of small dots of Elmer's glue in the lens housing threads, and screw back on. It will not come off unless you use a vice grips (not sure why I'd ever want to take the lens off, anyway). #3 - The mount can come loose on the bike if the screw is not tightened with enough torque. Have a person with strong hands tighten it and it'll stay put just fine. I've been riding with it all summer, and it is holding up great. I haven't had to change the batteries yet. Very sturdy. I just purchased 2 more; one for my son and one for a back up. Even is you simply use it as a flashlight, it's worth twice as much as the current $5 + free shipping charge...4Much better than the competitionI've always wondered why bike lights were so dinky. I mean, riding a bike in the dark is kind of a dangerous thing, considering how fast you might be going, and not seeing something in the road is a potential recipe for disaster. But most bike lights seem to be only interested in letting others know you're there, rather than letting you see where you're going. I guess this is because of some vanity to keep the lights small (aka streamlined) so they wouldn't look dorky. Personally, I'd prefer to be able to see where I'm going.Granted, this light doesn't provide the power of the $50 lights that require their own separate battery packs that need to be constantly recharged, but this is so convenient, I think I'd prefer two of these lights, especially for the price.The bike attachment is probably my favorite thing out of the whole package. I have thick handlebars (1.4" thick), and most attachments just accommodate 1" or less. It also tightens via a handscrew to help keep it in place, and it provides rubber pieces to work with any thickness.This is also a fantastic flashlight in general. If you're looking for a small flashlight just for general use, this also comes with a belt holder.Overall, this is a wonderful product.5Bright flashlight, but poorly designed mount is a dealbreakerI originally bought this light when my $20 CatEye headlamp was stolen off of my bike. I've since used the NowAdvisorQ5 for the last 6 months with mixed results. The light is bright, and at around $9, it's pretty cheap. The NowAdvisor isn't very useful as a bike light, however, because the front-loading handlebar mount is so poorly designed. It's cumbersome, unreliable, and leaves the flashlight at risk of falling off your bike whenever you go over a bump. It's also a pain to take the flashlight on or off the bike, since you need to fiddle with a bunch of knobs to tighten/untighten the clasp and the wriststrap always tends to get in the way. This is a problem because the flashlight is relatively high-profile and likely to be stolen if you live in an urban area and leave it on your bike overnight. I ended up using this headlamp as a standalone flashlight more often than I used it on my bike. IMy two cents: if you buy this thing, it'll serve you well as a flashlight but not as a bike headlamp. Solution: buy a universal flashlight handlebar mount to make mounting this thing (or any other flashlight around your house) easier. Or simply purchase several of the $3 or $4 headlamps offered elsewhere on Amazon instead.PROS:-Headlight is quite bright and does a good job of illuminating the road at night-Flashlight body is constructed from durable metalCONS:-Mounting or unmounting the flashlight is a chore-Flashlight tends to bob up and down when going over bumps-Cheap wriststrap breaks easily-Focusing mechanism is a gimmick2Started with promise...Out of the box - 5 stars - appeared to be well built, solid, bright.Week 1 - 4 stars - two little annoyances cropped up: 1. The light comes with rubber grips to go on the handlebars. They grip the handlebars just fine, but the light collar doesn't grip the rubber. A little work with some sandpaper to roughen up the plastic and all was OK. 2. The light has three modes; High, Low, Flashing and one button. It always turns on where you left off, so if you want High (like I do when using as a headlight) it takes 5 button presses to turn it on - On Low - Off - On Flash - Off - On High. And if you forget where you are, start over again. Much prefer my Petzl that has the same modes, but always comes on in High, then allows a mode change with a single press within the first 10 seconds.Week 2 - 2 stars - Starting in the second week the light started to either change modes or turn itself off when riding over bumps. This is a road bike, only ridden on paved roads, but there are still some small bumps. The light would suddenly change from High to Low, or Low to Flashing, or maybe just turn off. Major pain in the a**, especially when you're working hard and don't have a free hand to go through 5 presses to get it back where it started.Week 3 - 1 star - Going over one of those bumps the lens popped out of the light. Now I have a dim 120 degree beam that is pretty much useless. Maybe still shows oncoming cars that I exist, but otherwise not worth the weight on my bike. If this had happened at a year maybe could have accepted it, but at three weeks not worth the money I paid, even if that wasn't very much.1cree bike flashlightYeah I got this for biking.First of all there were no instructions at all. None, no pictures, no paper, no nothing. Just a plastic bag with a zip lock which I had to figure out was there.Second it comes with a lanyard. Which is useful when using as a flashlight. But, the lanyard must be removed to mount in the bike holder and the lanyard has a thin cord which must be threaded thru a small hole - something I'd do once when I get it but not everytime I'd like to change usage.I figured out where to put the battery and how to switch modes. The modes require turning it on then off. The next time you turn it on it goes to the next mode. Turn it off again and back it goes to the third mode. If you typically use one favorite mode it takes cycling through 5 button pushes to get it to that mode. A bit inconvenient.Another thing not mentioned is how to put the flashlight in the holder. The pics on the Amazon page who it hanging in the front, I prefer the other direction so it doesn't have so much weight cantelevered in the front which will make it sag each time you hit a bump. At least that's the lesson I learned with other lights.Three AAA batteries. Not convenient if you use rechargeables which some chargers like to charge in pairs. But I do understand three batteries is common for LED flashlights.As for lighting, the 240 lumen mode seems adequate. I guess it OK for the money but there's that list of design shortcomings I listed above. Not sure about battery life yet...3Very good bike light for the price!Very good deal and product, would recommend to anyone who asks about it.Let us begin with a quick run down on it:Pros:Easy to attach without any tools, has 2 rubber pieces to adjust to the handlebar size.Flashlight goes in and out of the holder easily, yet is held firmly in place when the screw is tightened.(see photo of wrist strap looped around unit JUST in case)Easy to change batteries (3aaa NOT INCLUDED) no tools needed.The light is bright enough to see where you are going in the dark, including suburban dark and almost country side dark!Doubles as a flashlight, even comes with a wrist strap and carrying case.Inexpensive as far as bike lights go.Adjustable light focus, from flood to pin light.3 way light (High, low, Flashing high)Cons:Not a simple 'click threw' light switch. What I mean is most lights you get: 1 click = on, 1 click = flashing, 1 click = off So 3 clicks to cycle threw all the settings. This light is 1 click = on high, 1 click = off, 1 click = on low, 1 click = off, 1 click = on flashing, 1 click = offNo clear indication as to what zoom lvl you are at. You just kind of pull/push till you are happy with the pattern.tl/dr: Buy it! For the current cost of $12 its a VERY GOOD bike light AND pretty nice flashlight.4This light is a good value for the price but it's pretty cheepThis light is a good value for the price. It is very affordable and will do the job lighting your way and keeping you safe. That said there are several issues, as expected at this price range. The light has decent battery life but after a few uses it becomes considerably dimmer. The build quality is not great. I bought one of these lights and had it for almost a year before it was stolen. I then bought three more because it takes a month for shipping and wanted to be able to quickly replace them after theft. One of them lasted all of a day before it stopped working but the other lasted long enough until I decided to buy a nicer rechargeable light.Ultimately, this is a crappy light that is still a good deal because it is so cheap. If you can, I recommended buying a nicer rechargeable light.3high quality and inexpensiveEdit 2: the Mount came in a separate package...a week later. The seller actually quoted an estimate delivery of up to 40 days. I guess China post is all a gamble, but it should've been in one package to begin with. Not only are they saving by reducing the quality of the flashlight, but also shipping two packages. The only saving grace is the mount seems to be decent and you can actually break off the top and insert it back in to take your flashlight on and off. I wasn't expecting quick turnaround, but I have ordered many many items that shipped from China and by far this is the slowest one. If you don't mind some compromised quality and up to a month long wait for something to arrive in separate packages, go ahead and pick the cheapest option. However, I would suggest paying a couple dollars more for a fulfilled by Amazon seller or one that ships from within the US. The quality is likely to not be compromised either.Edit:I bought another one for a second bike. I could not find the original seller so picked whichever was cheapest. The prices in general from every seller have all gone down. The package came with NO MOUNT and the headlight was very different from the original one, which I still have. It's literally half the weight, feels far far cheaper, the focus mechanism is very loose, and the lens is cheap and very dirty. The light it gives off is also dingy, and weaker than the original. It's a complete knockoff of the original. Either that, or the original has been discontinued for the newer, far far crappier and cheaper model.Unless you want to play russian roulette with the dozens of chinese sellers, don't bother with this product anymore. I don't even know if the old one exists anymore, but the version I received is not worth the price or wait time, and didn't even come with a mount. Go to your nearest physical store that sells flashlights and buy a decent flashlight instead. Unscrew one of your reflectors and duct tape the light to it and stick it on your handlebars. It's not elegant, but its better than what I have now, and the light output will definitely be better.Original:For $8 you get a really nice and well built little flash light that you can mount on your bike. The build quality is high with no scuffing or blemishes, made of hard metal. The button on the back is big and very clicky and durable. You can cycle between bright, dim, and annoying blinker modes by pushing the bottom several times. I usually have it set to dim as I don't need it that bright and can save battery. You can also twist the top to focus the light more or spread it out. It goes from a funny little square shape to a large round circle that can bathe an entire street. The mount is simple to understand and all you do is screw it to loosen or tighten it. When you insert the flash light in the mount, it takes a bit of force to push it in all the way, but it keeps everything tight and secure. I keep the mount a slight bit loose so that I can easily rotate it up and down around my handlebar to shine a light on either closer or farther distances. The mount also comes with custom fitted and durable rubber spacers to increase your handlebar's girth if its too thin for the mount. You can easily unscrew and pull out the light to use as a mini flashlight on the go. It's basically a mini flashlight anyway. A really bright one.I had previously gotten a $15 combo front light and tail light from Walmart. The front light was no better than a plug-in LED night light, and made of super cheap breakable plastic and a frustrating mount that required several cheap electrical tape looking inserts instead of rubber spacers. The NowAdvisor light is 10-100x brighter and much bigger/farther/wider and far more durable and versatile.3
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Good for being seen, not for seeing..and only when workingBought this for use as a headlight on my bike. Routinely ride at night with 2 neighbors. I figured the lumen figure may be over-rated, but was shocked at how much it's over-rated on this item.PROs:1) It's cheap2) It installs easily3) It uses AAA batteriesCONs:1) It's WEAK: NO WAY it's anywhere near 240 lumens. It's maybe 40-50. It's good enough for a car to see you coming, but in NO WAY good enough to see where you're going if there's NO light source other than this device. Neighbor has an inexpensive Bell set he got at target for $13 that was much brighter...to the effect that when he rode behind me, my shadow would be visible in the area that should have been illuminated by MY light.2) It doesn't stay on consistently. It has separate modes for solid on and for flashing. HOWEVER, due to the cheap manufacturing, after a few bumps, it'll start to flash while it's supposed to be full on. It'll go out occasionally, and I found myself having to do small wheelies to get it to turn back on.Really, it's only useful as a cheap flashlight for kids to play with or as a light at dusk to be seen by other cars/people.If you're looking for a serious HEADLIGHT so you can SEE where you're going in the dark, use a light more likeSUPERNIGHT(TM) 1000 Lumens Mini CREE T6 LED Bike HeadlightYes, the SUPERNIGHT is 3x the price, but it puts out 10x the light PLUS1Changes modes even with high wind!I was so excited about this item when it came. It seems so sturdy and high quality. I love that it has three modes and that it seems to be made of steel. However, the first time out on my bike, it changed modes from high to low when I hit the first bump, then on the second bump it changed to flashing. I bike very early in the morning, so the light is super important. I also live near the beach, and when I was going against the ocean breeze, the light just kept turning off and switching modes even on the smoothest surface. I'm returning it today. This light is useless for biking if you ever hit even the smallest bump. I lost 15 seconds on my pace because I kept having to fool with this blasted light!UPDATE: Spoke with an electrician friend, and he put three dimes on top of the battery compartment. This keeps the batteries from moving around. I'm going to test it out again tomorrow to see if this fixes the issue.1Awesome little light with a couple of quirks...This really is an amazing bargain, if you know how to work out the quirks. It is NOT as bright as the more expensive lights, but it is bright enough to ride in complete darkness safely while on the high setting. In the city under street lamps, the flash setting uses the bright setting, so you will be very visible from the front. There are 3 issues that come to mind, and here's how I solved them. #1 - the battery compartment can fit a little loosely inside the flashlight, which can cause the light beam to flicker or even change settings or turn off when going over rougher terrain. I remedied this by putting a piece of duct tape all the way around the battery compartment before putting the compartment back into the flashlight housing. It doesn't move at all, and absolutely no flicker. If the duct tape alone doesn't stop the flickering/mode changing/turning off, put a dime or two into the battery housing before dropping in the battery pack. #2 - The little lens at the head of the light can become loose and fall off. Screw off the lens and put a couple of small dots of Elmer's glue in the lens housing threads, and screw back on. It will not come off unless you use a vice grips (not sure why I'd ever want to take the lens off, anyway). #3 - The mount can come loose on the bike if the screw is not tightened with enough torque. Have a person with strong hands tighten it and it'll stay put just fine. I've been riding with it all summer, and it is holding up great. I haven't had to change the batteries yet. Very sturdy. I just purchased 2 more; one for my son and one for a back up. Even is you simply use it as a flashlight, it's worth twice as much as the current $5 + free shipping charge...4Much better than the competitionI've always wondered why bike lights were so dinky. I mean, riding a bike in the dark is kind of a dangerous thing, considering how fast you might be going, and not seeing something in the road is a potential recipe for disaster. But most bike lights seem to be only interested in letting others know you're there, rather than letting you see where you're going. I guess this is because of some vanity to keep the lights small (aka streamlined) so they wouldn't look dorky. Personally, I'd prefer to be able to see where I'm going.Granted, this light doesn't provide the power of the $50 lights that require their own separate battery packs that need to be constantly recharged, but this is so convenient, I think I'd prefer two of these lights, especially for the price.The bike attachment is probably my favorite thing out of the whole package. I have thick handlebars (1.4" thick), and most attachments just accommodate 1" or less. It also tightens via a handscrew to help keep it in place, and it provides rubber pieces to work with any thickness.This is also a fantastic flashlight in general. If you're looking for a small flashlight just for general use, this also comes with a belt holder.Overall, this is a wonderful product.5Bright flashlight, but poorly designed mount is a dealbreakerI originally bought this light when my $20 CatEye headlamp was stolen off of my bike. I've since used the NowAdvisorQ5 for the last 6 months with mixed results. The light is bright, and at around $9, it's pretty cheap. The NowAdvisor isn't very useful as a bike light, however, because the front-loading handlebar mount is so poorly designed. It's cumbersome, unreliable, and leaves the flashlight at risk of falling off your bike whenever you go over a bump. It's also a pain to take the flashlight on or off the bike, since you need to fiddle with a bunch of knobs to tighten/untighten the clasp and the wriststrap always tends to get in the way. This is a problem because the flashlight is relatively high-profile and likely to be stolen if you live in an urban area and leave it on your bike overnight. I ended up using this headlamp as a standalone flashlight more often than I used it on my bike. IMy two cents: if you buy this thing, it'll serve you well as a flashlight but not as a bike headlamp. Solution: buy a universal flashlight handlebar mount to make mounting this thing (or any other flashlight around your house) easier. Or simply purchase several of the $3 or $4 headlamps offered elsewhere on Amazon instead.PROS:-Headlight is quite bright and does a good job of illuminating the road at night-Flashlight body is constructed from durable metalCONS:-Mounting or unmounting the flashlight is a chore-Flashlight tends to bob up and down when going over bumps-Cheap wriststrap breaks easily-Focusing mechanism is a gimmick2Started with promise...Out of the box - 5 stars - appeared to be well built, solid, bright.Week 1 - 4 stars - two little annoyances cropped up: 1. The light comes with rubber grips to go on the handlebars. They grip the handlebars just fine, but the light collar doesn't grip the rubber. A little work with some sandpaper to roughen up the plastic and all was OK. 2. The light has three modes; High, Low, Flashing and one button. It always turns on where you left off, so if you want High (like I do when using as a headlight) it takes 5 button presses to turn it on - On Low - Off - On Flash - Off - On High. And if you forget where you are, start over again. Much prefer my Petzl that has the same modes, but always comes on in High, then allows a mode change with a single press within the first 10 seconds.Week 2 - 2 stars - Starting in the second week the light started to either change modes or turn itself off when riding over bumps. This is a road bike, only ridden on paved roads, but there are still some small bumps. The light would suddenly change from High to Low, or Low to Flashing, or maybe just turn off. Major pain in the a**, especially when you're working hard and don't have a free hand to go through 5 presses to get it back where it started.Week 3 - 1 star - Going over one of those bumps the lens popped out of the light. Now I have a dim 120 degree beam that is pretty much useless. Maybe still shows oncoming cars that I exist, but otherwise not worth the weight on my bike. If this had happened at a year maybe could have accepted it, but at three weeks not worth the money I paid, even if that wasn't very much.1cree bike flashlightYeah I got this for biking.First of all there were no instructions at all. None, no pictures, no paper, no nothing. Just a plastic bag with a zip lock which I had to figure out was there.Second it comes with a lanyard. Which is useful when using as a flashlight. But, the lanyard must be removed to mount in the bike holder and the lanyard has a thin cord which must be threaded thru a small hole - something I'd do once when I get it but not everytime I'd like to change usage.I figured out where to put the battery and how to switch modes. The modes require turning it on then off. The next time you turn it on it goes to the next mode. Turn it off again and back it goes to the third mode. If you typically use one favorite mode it takes cycling through 5 button pushes to get it to that mode. A bit inconvenient.Another thing not mentioned is how to put the flashlight in the holder. The pics on the Amazon page who it hanging in the front, I prefer the other direction so it doesn't have so much weight cantelevered in the front which will make it sag each time you hit a bump. At least that's the lesson I learned with other lights.Three AAA batteries. Not convenient if you use rechargeables which some chargers like to charge in pairs. But I do understand three batteries is common for LED flashlights.As for lighting, the 240 lumen mode seems adequate. I guess it OK for the money but there's that list of design shortcomings I listed above. Not sure about battery life yet...3Very good bike light for the price!Very good deal and product, would recommend to anyone who asks about it.Let us begin with a quick run down on it:Pros:Easy to attach without any tools, has 2 rubber pieces to adjust to the handlebar size.Flashlight goes in and out of the holder easily, yet is held firmly in place when the screw is tightened.(see photo of wrist strap looped around unit JUST in case)Easy to change batteries (3aaa NOT INCLUDED) no tools needed.The light is bright enough to see where you are going in the dark, including suburban dark and almost country side dark!Doubles as a flashlight, even comes with a wrist strap and carrying case.Inexpensive as far as bike lights go.Adjustable light focus, from flood to pin light.3 way light (High, low, Flashing high)Cons:Not a simple 'click threw' light switch. What I mean is most lights you get: 1 click = on, 1 click = flashing, 1 click = off So 3 clicks to cycle threw all the settings. This light is 1 click = on high, 1 click = off, 1 click = on low, 1 click = off, 1 click = on flashing, 1 click = offNo clear indication as to what zoom lvl you are at. You just kind of pull/push till you are happy with the pattern.tl/dr: Buy it! For the current cost of $12 its a VERY GOOD bike light AND pretty nice flashlight.4This light is a good value for the price but it's pretty cheepThis light is a good value for the price. It is very affordable and will do the job lighting your way and keeping you safe. That said there are several issues, as expected at this price range. The light has decent battery life but after a few uses it becomes considerably dimmer. The build quality is not great. I bought one of these lights and had it for almost a year before it was stolen. I then bought three more because it takes a month for shipping and wanted to be able to quickly replace them after theft. One of them lasted all of a day before it stopped working but the other lasted long enough until I decided to buy a nicer rechargeable light.Ultimately, this is a crappy light that is still a good deal because it is so cheap. If you can, I recommended buying a nicer rechargeable light.3high quality and inexpensiveEdit 2: the Mount came in a separate package...a week later. The seller actually quoted an estimate delivery of up to 40 days. I guess China post is all a gamble, but it should've been in one package to begin with. Not only are they saving by reducing the quality of the flashlight, but also shipping two packages. The only saving grace is the mount seems to be decent and you can actually break off the top and insert it back in to take your flashlight on and off. I wasn't expecting quick turnaround, but I have ordered many many items that shipped from China and by far this is the slowest one. If you don't mind some compromised quality and up to a month long wait for something to arrive in separate packages, go ahead and pick the cheapest option. However, I would suggest paying a couple dollars more for a fulfilled by Amazon seller or one that ships from within the US. The quality is likely to not be compromised either.Edit:I bought another one for a second bike. I could not find the original seller so picked whichever was cheapest. The prices in general from every seller have all gone down. The package came with NO MOUNT and the headlight was very different from the original one, which I still have. It's literally half the weight, feels far far cheaper, the focus mechanism is very loose, and the lens is cheap and very dirty. The light it gives off is also dingy, and weaker than the original. It's a complete knockoff of the original. Either that, or the original has been discontinued for the newer, far far crappier and cheaper model.Unless you want to play russian roulette with the dozens of chinese sellers, don't bother with this product anymore. I don't even know if the old one exists anymore, but the version I received is not worth the price or wait time, and didn't even come with a mount. Go to your nearest physical store that sells flashlights and buy a decent flashlight instead. Unscrew one of your reflectors and duct tape the light to it and stick it on your handlebars. It's not elegant, but its better than what I have now, and the light output will definitely be better.Original:For $8 you get a really nice and well built little flash light that you can mount on your bike. The build quality is high with no scuffing or blemishes, made of hard metal. The button on the back is big and very clicky and durable. You can cycle between bright, dim, and annoying blinker modes by pushing the bottom several times. I usually have it set to dim as I don't need it that bright and can save battery. You can also twist the top to focus the light more or spread it out. It goes from a funny little square shape to a large round circle that can bathe an entire street. The mount is simple to understand and all you do is screw it to loosen or tighten it. When you insert the flash light in the mount, it takes a bit of force to push it in all the way, but it keeps everything tight and secure. I keep the mount a slight bit loose so that I can easily rotate it up and down around my handlebar to shine a light on either closer or farther distances. The mount also comes with custom fitted and durable rubber spacers to increase your handlebar's girth if its too thin for the mount. You can easily unscrew and pull out the light to use as a mini flashlight on the go. It's basically a mini flashlight anyway. A really bright one.I had previously gotten a $15 combo front light and tail light from Walmart. The front light was no better than a plug-in LED night light, and made of super cheap breakable plastic and a frustrating mount that required several cheap electrical tape looking inserts instead of rubber spacers. The NowAdvisor light is 10-100x brighter and much bigger/farther/wider and far more durable and versatile.3
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