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Postby Neural Connexio on Thu Nov 02, 2006 8:49 pm

Bought some great lights for use with the a-bike:

Electron Backupz seatpost 6 LED Light (£10)
Electron Backupz front 5 LED light (£13)

They attach to the seatpost/handlebars using an elastic cord and do not hinder folding in any way.

You can get cheaper electron backupz with less LEDs, but these seem to be the best at the moment.

Neil.
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Re: light up

Postby John on Mon Nov 06, 2006 7:13 pm

Hi there,

I bought a similar set of lights. They work well, are very light weight
and do not affect folding. This sort of light is available in a wide
range of prices, the more expensive ones tend to be more
waterproof.

John

Neural Connexio wrote:Bought some great lights for use with the a-bike:

Electron Backupz seatpost 6 LED Light (£10)
Electron Backupz front 5 LED light (£13)

They attach to the seatpost/handlebars using an elastic cord and do not hinder folding in any way.

You can get cheaper electron backupz with less LEDs, but these seem to be the best at the moment.

Neil.
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Postby nezil on Thu Nov 09, 2006 12:03 pm

Great advice Neil.

I bought these lights on your recommendation and they are very nice, the front one is very bright and a little distracting though.

Perfect for an A-bike for sure. :D

Neil
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Postby Neural Connexio on Wed Nov 22, 2006 9:41 am

Hi Neil,

I agree the front light is a bit distracting. I also find that the rear light can be obscured if mounted to high on the seat post if you have a coat on. But in all, a good find I think!

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Postby newcross on Mon May 21, 2007 1:08 pm

I use "Topeak WhiteLite DX" and "Topeak WhiteLite".

The good thing about these is they come with "long strap" to fit A-bike's rather big-size handle bar diameter. :wink:
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Re: light up

Postby PabloHamilton on Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:09 am

Neural Connexio wrote:Bought some great lights for use with the a-bike:

Electron Backupz seatpost 6
led light (£10)
Electron Backupz front 5 LED light (£13)

They attach to the seatpost/handlebars using an elastic cord and do not hinder folding in any way.

You can get cheaper electron backupz with less LEDs, but these seem to be the best at the moment.

Neil
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Hello sorry for old thread reply but from where I could get cheap led lights...I am looking to get new lights so please help with some useful information..
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Re: light up

Postby Amuro Lee on Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:04 pm

Hello sorry for old thread reply but from where I could get cheap led lights...I am looking to get new lights so please help with some useful information..

How about these?
http://www.akslen.com/product_info/Uca.html :wink:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amuro_Ray

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