Rear Lights

Discussion in 'Components, Accessories and Clothing' started by Reiver, 10 Aug 2018.

  1. Reiver

    Reiver Ribbit Ribbit

    Wanting some super bright rear flashers (often ride at dusk) probably 30-40.

    Any recommendations.
  2. NorthernDave

    NorthernDave Never used Über Member

    The Poundland rear lights are difficult to beat. ^_^
  3. ABikeCam

    ABikeCam Throwing Frazzles at a badger

    Clarty Gulch
    I do like my Moon Nebula, I think it was about £45. Came with a variety of mount options and none of that rubber band nonsense. Good battery life, USB rechargeable and lots of modes. There are videos on their website showing the options.
  4. T.M.H.N.E.T

    T.M.H.N.E.T Disc brakes - Stopping things since 1902

    Northern Ireland
    C and B seen city slicker or Phaart Bleep from Planet X... I'd have both but I most recently used a FLY6 and a phaart bleep, more light that could ever be needed
    fossyant likes this.
  5. Lilliburlero

    Lilliburlero Pro sandbagger

    South Derbyshire
    Exposure TraceR. Tiny in size, but packs a big punch with a great pulse mode. Usb rechargeable, quality British engineering and 2 year warranty.... yes, a 2 year warranty :thumbsup:

    You can get them for around £30 if you shop about.
  6. Drago

    Drago Soiler of Y fronts

    One of the Smart half watt range. Cheap, robust. Anything ridiculously bright starts to become counter productive.
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  7. Nibor

    Nibor Über Member

    The Aldi Moon Nebula copies are really good eye wateringly bright at top setting
  8. OP

    Reiver Ribbit Ribbit

    they are what I have now (i had two but one has died) ......... i think they were £3.50
  9. Sixmile

    Sixmile Über Member

    N Ireland
    New See Sense Ace available for pre-order - £45
    UK designed and made, 125 lumen, 35g, adaptive brightness, theft and crash alerts and good customer service from my personal experience.
  10. dantheman

    dantheman Veteran

    Phaart bleep.

    Fit 2...

    Much better than any I've ever seen in poundland, and as bright as needed great value, bright, if your bright you'll get the bright phaart bleep, it's bright did I mention...

    Tape up the seams (advice for any with removable batteries) if you ride in rain.
  11. T.M.H.N.E.T

    T.M.H.N.E.T Disc brakes - Stopping things since 1902

    Northern Ireland
    I don't think you stated just how bright the phaart bleep is.. (It's bright) :laugh:
  12. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    South Manchester
    C&B Seen is a great rear light - as are the Aldi metal COB lights, but the brackets aren't great. COB LED lights are good for all round visibility.
    T.M.H.N.E.T likes this.
  13. stalagmike

    stalagmike Enormous member

    Milton Keynes
    After some shopping around last winter I got one of these. It has a crazy mode which is really good for attracting attention/peeing off drivers if you are in traffic. The 1k is good for if you're riding in country lanes, as it can be seen a long way off. Also has a good sized reflector for added protection. I don't think I paid 40 quid for it but this is the first link I could find.
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