SteveR

 
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Mount Holder Bicycle Bike Flashlight LED Torch Mou&hellip weeton
I was a little concerned that this might not be very secure, as I wanted to use it to mount a large light (Ultrafire A100) to my bike's handlebars, but it is actually pretty solid. It's made out of fairly tough plastic and grips both the bars and the light well, although if you're riding on rough ground you may want to bind a light in with some electrical tape. The only real problem I can see is that the bolt is made of plastic and seems that it'll be fairly easy to break by over-tightening or handling it a little too roughly, but I've probably got a steel equivalent lying around somewhere anyway...
Al in all a pretty good holder for the price, just needs a steel bolt.
Ultrafire A100 1600 Lumens Zoomable Cree Xm-l T6 L&hellip by Ultrafire
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5.0 out of 5 stars Screw you, darkness!, 30 July 2014
I bought this to light my way during a long, overnight bike ride through the English countryside (Dunwich Dynamo, since you ask) and it served me very well. It was easily bright enough to cut through the light fog that descended on us in the early hours and the tough aluminium casing sealed tightly enough to keep the later rain out. With the beam angle at its widest it gives a good area of illumination that clearly lights up everything within a couple of dozen metres, which is invaluable on unlit country lanes, and you don't even need to have it on the brightest setting for it to be useful in that scenario. Teamed with my standard set-up of more usual bike lights (a Moongem 2, small Lezyne… Read more
A Bridge Over You <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bridge-Over-Lewisham-Greenwich-Choir/dp/artist-redirect/B00H455BAS">The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple but beautiful., 17 Dec 2013
Beautifully sung medley of Bridge Over Troubled Water and Fix You - two songs that maybe ought to be anthemic for our National Health Service. Also, considering the context of this release, it is doubly moving. The NHS isn't dying of it's own hand, it's being killed by our politicians and we need to stand up for it. Buy this (has to be the whole package of both versions to count for the charts), and buy it again, and again. If this was UK Christmas number one it'd send a powerful message.