- DX lights. its arrived!…. now what do i do with it?
I presume the two O ring things, are not seals, but the bands for holding the lamp on?
the battery case has two I ring things but no strap, i guess one would use the LONGness of the battery pouch to strap it onto the stem, but COULD attach it with a strap?
and lastly…. how do i have to treat this battery please?
permenantly on charge on LiIon?
….except don't leave it unattended
its raather bright 🙂Posted 9 years ago
the bands are for clamping the light on to different sized bars.
The battery case straps its self to the frame due to its length. The rings as far as i can see are to open the velcro rather than extra straps.
Dont ask me about the battery – i charged it first time till it flashed and then used it. I have just go a new one and will do the same and will just use it and charge it then take it off charge. Probably totally wrong but for the cost and the use it gets who cares, ill get a new battery in 6 months if i need to!
Top tip, if you have a Giro Hex or similar with central channel of vents the light seems to fit perfectly in the channel and clamps to a bridge in the channel securely. No need for a helmet mount. This is how i use mine rather than on the bars.Posted 9 years ago
did they come charged?
plugged mine in out the box, and it seemed to work, if only for a brief flash around the room.Posted 9 years ago
been fiddling with it on the bike (to work out how to fit the battery)
and now its konked out!
praps it had a little charge in and now its cold its conked out?
praps ive bust it already :s
if mine are plugged and unplugged rapidly, they go all funky and no charge goes through the lamp (not even the indcator LED) as if its a dodgey connection in the cable, however unplugging and replugging solves it.
perhaps its "confusing" the controller/driver/IC.
we will see i guess!Posted 9 years ago
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