dealsled bicycle headlight/taillight set for $1.99

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Not really bright enough to safely be seen at night unfortunately. Don't get me wrong, you'll be seen eventually but most likely at the last second. I was gonna get this too...sigh.

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Avoid this trash. I bought several and while the lights work well enough, the mounts are so flimsy that even a slight bump while riding broke two of them. Had to use duct tape to keep it on the bike. Finally bought a quality light for about $10 and tossed this headlight in my glovebox as a flashlight.

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@kovo: LOL, yeah but put them on an extension pole about 10 feet in front of your bike and maybe attach them in 1 foot increments back to your bike :)

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I'm with robersonphoto on this one.

the headlight mount is crap and any bumps cause the headlight to fall off. It makes a better flashlight then headlight.

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@chupas: Agree. The mount system caused my light to fall off several times. But its a decent flashlight.

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I found them to be too bad...They are not waterproof. I accidentally left them on my bike when attending classes and water got inside of them rusting out the battery contact points and battery terminals.

I had to sandpaper the rust out. Not a big problem, just quite inconvenient for people who ride in snow/water/ice/rain.

Also, they are not bright enough at all. I would have been equally safe/unsafe without them.

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I use these lights for a week at Burning Man. The headlight is powerful enough to light up the street signs just fine. Both lights snap off so you can keep them out of the rain most of the time, just put them on when you need them for night riding. Be careful where you mount as the brackets are a little cheap and a foot will knock them off. They are not as good as the $60 bike shop ones but they don't cost $60 either.