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The torch has AAA batteries which are included.
By Amazon Prime Reviewer on 03 April 2014
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yes the bracket will go almost anywhere
By fcowen on 26 April 2014
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I just measured my handlebars and from a tape measure (excuse the accuracy issues) mine look like they are 28mm. I had literally no issues at all and because it comes with a plastic clamp with a separate rubber inner piece to hold it firm I'd be pretty certain that you'd be able to squeeze it over one way or the other… see more I just measured my handlebars and from a tape measure (excuse the accuracy issues) mine look like they are 28mm. I had literally no issues at all and because it comes with a plastic clamp with a separate rubber inner piece to hold it firm I'd be pretty certain that you'd be able to squeeze it over one way or the other, especially given there it a bolt and nut making it tight. Hope this helps. Good luck! see less
By Techatronicalation on 23 September 2014
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well... I live in dublin and its normally raining, although I cycle under the rain very often I've never had any problem with them good. quality product
By Alejandro Rivera Mejia on 30 October 2014
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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.

By rab on 03 December 2014
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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.

By G. Trimarco on 24 November 2014
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I do not see why not as long as the voltage is the same.
By Tazdog on 06 December 2014
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Rear light emits red light. Front light does flash.
By vladimir on 19 May 2014
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