Having lights for the front and rear of your bike is essential if you're attempting to ride after dark.But with lights costing anywhere from £10 to £2
Having lights for the front and rear of your bike is essential if you’re attempting to ride after dark.
But with lights costing anywhere from £10 to £200, it can be confusing to know just how much you need to spend to see where you’re going on the roads and be seen yourself.
Amazon shoppers highly rate the Cycleafer rechargeable bike lights set, which is now reduced to just £16.98 in the Boxing Day sale and consists of a bright white front light and a red rear light.
The Cycleafer rechargeable lights set consists of a bright white front light and a red rear light
The front light has excellent visibility to allow you to see almost perfectly in low light conditions. It attaches to a mount that can swivel a full 360 degrees, allowing you to light up any direction you need.
There’s a one-touch switch with four different lighting modes so you can switch between full brightness, half brightness, fast flashing and slow flashing.
Plus, you’ll never have to worry about batteries running out randomly as you can charge it daily using a USB cable.
‘This is without a doubt one of the best bike lights out there,’ praised one of the Amazon customers to give the Cycleafer rechargeable bike lights set a full five out of five stars. ‘I initially started out with a cheap bike light that I had bought from a big retailer and they are so different in comparison.
‘The Cycleafer Gear lights up just about everything in front of me for one heck of a distance too. It makes me feel a lot safer when I’m stuck biking home from work at night.’
The front light has strong visibility to allow you to see almost perfectly in low light and the rear red light uses the latest chip-on-board LED technology to keep you visible both day and night
You’ll never have to worry about batteries running out randomly as you can charge both lights daily using a USB cable
Another satisfied reviewer noted how easy the lights were to use, writing: ‘They’re easy to charge with the two USB cords which are included in the box. They’re really is perfect for those times when there is poor light, night or evening and very easy to put on your bike.
‘There are four levels of light and a flashing mode and all are good quality. The rear red light that comes with it with the quick release is a great solution and makes it really easy to take off especially if you don’t want to leave it on the bike.’
The rear red light uses the latest chip-on-board LED technology to keep you visible not only at night but also during the day. It’s always on, meaning you’ll get noticed by other road users whenever you’re cycling.
Some cyclists love the set so much that they’ve bought another to use for other aspects of their life. It’s also useful for running, walking, hiking, jogging and can be kept in the car for an emergency.
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