ma64rk wrote:Hi all.
If anyone has an ayup light or similar, pref helmet or handlebar mounted, pref light weight, def rechargeable, PM me.
barefoot wrote:I've gone with the LED torch option as well - mine are several seasons old (ie several technology-years obsolete), but are still adequate for on-road use. I mount a pair of single-AA torches on my bar, and a rechargeable battery gives me about a week of ~20 minute commutes.
Torches and mount blocks are all on DX.
For more light, you really can't go past these things:
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/mj-808-ha- ... -set-44459
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/ha-iii-ssc ... -set-25149
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/ha-iii-cre ... uded-30864
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/ssc-p7-2-x ... uded-36018
The first three are variations of the same thing. Not sure how they are different.
The last is a 3-LED version, which a friend swears by for commuting.
I'll probably get one (or a couple!) of these this winter. Might get out for some recreational rides after the kids are in bed.
clackerz wrote:I quite often buy mine from Deal Extreme.
wagger wrote:clackerz wrote:I quite often buy mine from Deal Extreme.
Does this not tell the quality of the product if you have to buy the product multiple times?
I'm onto the 3rd winter coming up on one set of Ayups and wouldn't give them up for the world. been using the newer flashing battery pack during summer morning riding in peakhour and works a treat.
as previously said: wouldn't give up the ayups for anything.
Atomic Kitten wrote:Similar light output to Ayups (of which I own 2) but cordless and rechargeable battery is built in:
mitzikatzi wrote:If you want a claimed 1850 Lumens the old forum friend Geoman can help. He also sells Magicshine lights manufactured with apparently better quality control.
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