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You can change the beam, yes. Overall it's very cheap stuff. In my case every bump on the road the light will change from britgth to dim, to flashing.
Does the rear light emit red light? Does the front light flash? Some reviews think it does, while others do not. 18 May 2014
Hi, yeah the rear light is red light - and quite powerful for how small it is. And the front one has both functions - constant stream and flash. I'm really happy with them, definitely recommend...
My seat tube has a 31.8mm diameter and I just about managed to get the front light onto it to check for you - it's somewhat fiddly as the two plastic tabs you pass the bolt through are splayed pretty wide apart by the thickness of the tube (and this is of course without the rubber shim) but it should go on. Some people recommend adding a washer to prevent the bolt head being pulled through the plastic and I reckon this could be particularly useful here due to the extra tension.
may i use "batteries 18650" for turning on? 6 Dec 2014
This thing takes Triple A batteries and 4 of them. I wouldn't recommend this product for a bike as I'm currently having issues with it. It is turning itself off and changing flash type when heavily vibrated like you would get when cycing over a pothole. There are definitely superior cycling lights out there
Hi Alan, No it is not designed to attached to a helmet. You could maybe bodge it so it fits if you were desperate but in my personal experience these lights stop working after a few months and aren't worth the effort.
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