Last year I purchased some cheap Chinese night riding lights and didn't really expect them to be too great, but for the price I was surprised.
After proving that I used the lights I'd decided that I would complement the current ones with a better quality lamp for helmet mounting.
But in the mean time, my two current lamps have suddenly started lasting for a very short periods of time.
Both of them on high power will last 10 minutes, about an hour on medium power. Now the actual lamps are pretty good, so I'm thinking of instead of throwing the whole lot out, I'll either get new chargers or battery packs for the current lamps (Plus a better helmet lamp and battery).
From the following symptoms, does anyone have an idea what the problem could be...or faced the same issue.
When I put them on for charge, both charges glow with the orange lamp, but after 10-15 minutes, they glow green, now this can't mean they are fully charged in such a short period of time....unless the batteries are fried. I'll re-plug them into the charger and the same thing.
Is my problem, duff batteries, or