Waterproof Bicycle Flashlight Torch



Cristar

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Want to get a water resistant flashlight, require:
optional light mode;
aluminum alloy material;
Quality must be good.

Any suggestions, guys?
 

alienator

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I recommend Ayup lights. Their based in Aussieland, and their lights are brilliant. They're about as weatherproof as lights get.
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They're bright (bright enough for fast mountain descents on the road); they're light; and they've got loads of different kits to choose from.
 

Scott2468

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Originally Posted by alienator .

I recommend Ayup lights. Their based in Aussieland, and their lights are brilliant. They're about as weatherproof as lights get.
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They're bright (bright enough for fast mountain descents on the road); they're light; and they've got loads of different kits to choose from.
Yes, I love them too.

They are dependable, bright, great beam, small, quality battery.






I like to use this extension for three reasons.

It keeps the reflection off the cables & wheel.
Being a commuter, not a MTBer, I dont need a light on my head.
Because I have poor night vision, I want as much light as possible. (Most people run with one set)