Front Light… Recommend me the Brightest (and most useful beam) for around £300

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  • Premier Icon trout
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    Ha ha Jase. be a while before I am fit enough to ride in front

    trickydisco
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    How long does the small battery last troutie ?

    Info on this page: http://troutie.com/Products/Detail/Spider-Eyes-

    shuhockey
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    Light in motion Seca 1400. Conveniently I have 1 for sale in great condition at a bargain price.

    Premier Icon cliffyc
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    Exposure MaxxD,got one myself doddle to use,pops on and off its mount no fuss as it has no cables,lasts ages on a charge on a short ride when on low setting.I even used mine when adding extra loft insulation as there is no need to drag around a mains powered light when you have megalumens.Best light I have ever used.

    Premier Icon stevemorg2
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    Chris – did you get my email last week re. upgrading my LL?

    toby1
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    troutie’s might mean you get taken out head on, look ace though. I just need to get into night riding more.

    I have recommended a couple of these to people for commuting lights I have a magicshine MJ872, but it’s not as good as the candb seen light beamwise. Also, the velcro straps are all a bit cheap and falling apart, plus the battery pack is huge.

    Premier Icon mountainman
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    I sugest you look on amazon “cree lights” i’ve got a set under £30.00 quid and more than ample for ,1800 plus lumens and save yourself some hard cash .usually take 7-10 days to arrive.

    pymwymis
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    Fluxient, simple.

    lots and lots of lumens for 124 from big_f_d on ebay (aka torchy the battery boy) see the folllowing link for some actual b eam comparisons.

    http://www.torchythebatteryboy.com/p/bike-light-database.html

    No need to spend loads, just spend well. 2 year guarantee can’t beat ’em.

    Loving mine.

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    Interesting you said that, I spamhammered a first poster on this four month old thread earlier today for making the same recommendation (and linking to a very dodgy looking website).

    pymwymis
    Member

    Cougar, what point are you trying to make ?

    I bought those lights.
    They are very good.
    I recommended them just as others have done with their favoured light.
    I provided a helpful link.

    Is there a problem ?

    Pym

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    Well, I got one of the Four4th Holy Moses earlier this year and it’s bloody brilliant

    Premier Icon grtdkad
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    Beware “You buy cheap, you buy twice!”

    Your much better off putting your hard-earned in to Troute Lights. No question for me, fantastic performance and very reliable kit. http://troutie.com/Products

    samuri
    Member

    Second for the cree lights as above. I’ve been using mine for commuting for a while and it’s great. With two on it’s incredibly bright, easily good enough for fast offroading, although battery life is an issue. You can carry spares though.

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