- PSA Moon ADJ 950 Halfords for £45
Just noticed these on offer at Halfords. I have one and they are really well made and a proper 1000L, not a made up figure. With 2 adjustable beams they also work better than a single blast of light. Also, you don’t have to cycle through the flashing modes to reduce the beam intensity. Comes with wired remote.
At that price I reckon they are a stealPosted 3 weeks agowombatMember
I bought a set of these on the back of this PSA and am very impressed.
Well made, good clamp, plenty bright enough and the individually adjustable height of the 2 light barrels means that you can fine tune the lighting.
IMO these would be decent value at full price but for £46 they’re an absolute bargain..Posted 1 week agodrewdSubscriber
Are these decent enough to use as a bar light?
I’ve got a Moon Meteor Vortex Pro already which is nice and bright, but only a single lamp and has quite a narrow beam pattern. I’m tempted to get one of these for the bars and use the Vortex Pro as a helmet light.
Also, what’s the beam pattern like for road use? My local trails are a few miles away by unlit country roads and it would be nice to have lights good enough to see by that also won’t dazzle oncoming traffic. Does the adjustability this unit has cope with that? Or am I expecting too much?Posted 1 week agoRickosMember
How do you mount battery to the helmet or does that trail into backpack/pocket? Wondering if 244g (light + battery) is too heavy all on the head anyway. I currently put battery pack in my bumbag and trail the cable up my back and over the helmet, but would prefer an all in one unit like a Joystick type, but much cheaper!Posted 1 week agowombatMember
@Rickos, I;ve not mounted mine on my helmet but I did with an old Hope Vision 2. I just cable tied the battery to the vents at the back of the helmet.
The weight wasn’t much of an issue after a ride or 2 as i just got used to it.
I did need to secure the cable to the top of the helmet with a couple of velcro straps to stop it rattling though.Posted 1 week ago
Just been out to set up the helmet light for a ride Monday. I intended to run the extension to the battery in my backpack. For speed, while I had a quick pootle to see what it was like I strapped the battery to my helmet (!!) and it didn’t seem too heavy. Might be different after a hr or 2.Posted 6 days ago
Sad to see they’re sold out, I was tempted to get a second!
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