Offroad Lights for £150ish?
OK – Any suggestions?
Been looking around at reviews and scouring eBay and online shops.
Mate of mine wants some lights to join us for night rides but £150 odd is his budget.
I use an Exposure Enduro Max 2 which is OK but I now see there are all manner of systems out there but don't know if there are any standout performers at the lower end of the price range?Posted 8 years agorolfharrisMember
Light and Motion Stellas are wonderful- very light, very well made. They're not noticeable on my helmet, and the light from my 200 model is excellent- more than enough to see technical trail stuff by. Battery life is excellent (I don't need to charge them at 24 hour races as a pairs rider).Posted 8 years agojoemarshallMember
Lumacy which retails at 150 quid
Isn't that the people who are importing this light that costs £50, and marking up the price by 200% to sell in bike shops (I think they called their lights Leddite?)
If so, do they just stick a UK plug on it, and add £100? Or are there more upgrades included? The pictures of it on je-james look identical to the pictures on deal extreme. £100 sounds like quite a bit extra just so that you get the light a week faster (and presumably have a UK warranty?).
JoePosted 8 years agoJamieMember
Hi there i manage The Bicycle Shop in Skipton and we have just taken onboard a light company called Lumacy which retails at 150 quid
and gives out 900 lumens.The output is the same as other brands lights that can cost twice this amount. Oli.
Nice first post. Advertising a £50 light that your knocking out for £150.Posted 8 years agoz1ppyMember
Stu do your self a favour and walk away from this thread (& don't mention that light again) before you taken to town…namastebuzz see my comment and link to the light here:Posted 8 years ago
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