gozzo wrote:Oooohhh...I think I REALLY want one of these torches - I can see it mounted on the OCR's handlebars - a couple of old Cateye mounts and hey presto!!
Why would you buy another bike light again?
Lightweight, long run time and BRIGHT!!!
The Duckmeister wrote:I had a whizz-bang home built system on my old Beast, which I am still thinking of resurrecting for its replacement. This consisted of a 35W halogen downlight for low beam, and 2 X 50W units for high beam, powered by a 12V, 17.5 AH battery, giving up to 10 hours run time.
DucVDuc wrote:After a bout of analysis paralysis I've finally ordered this light for $189USD + delivery. Still not cheap, but hopefully a quality light that should suit my needs well.
mags... wrote:With the introduction of a trial of daylight savings here in WA (hate it!), I've bought and am using these lights:
http://www.systemxlights.com/systemx3.html - 85 lumens
So far I love this light, the colour is nice and white, and after the disaster I had with the Cygo's last year with burning out the battery cells from accidental overcharging, I'm hoping these go the distance. With this smart-charger, it sounds like I won't have the same problem. The battery is not as heavy as I thought it was going to be, the website doesn't actually state the weight, but it's 470g - compares favourably with others, plus it doesn't take up a bidon cage so that's a plus.
Plus, they look cool... has the bling factor. I got them from ribblecycles.co.uk when they were running their new year sale, bargain price of about AUD $230. Not bad I reckon. (RRP Aust $359)
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