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Eurolight Twin 8 Led Front Lights - Rechargeable 6 Volt System
Eurolight Twin 8 Led Front Lights - Rechargeable 6 Volt System

3.0 out of 5 stars Good lights, poorly constructed, 2 Dec. 2010
Obviously at this price point, you're not expecting too much. However, properly fitting connectors for the lights would be something you would expect. Sadly, the connectors are terrible. However - once cable tied in place they won't move about, so if you can secure them reasonably well you shouldn't have any problems.

The lights themselves are good, nice and bright (though I would suggest a helmet mounted led torch as well for unlit areas) and if placed well have good coverage. The rechargeable battery pack is a nice touch, if somewhat unwieldy - again the fittings to secure it to your frame are poorly made but once on work well enough.

How long the battery/lights will last remains to be seen, and to be honest I wouldn't expect them to last until next winter, but for a budget set of commuting lights they are a good bit of kit at an attractive price.

Verdi : Messa di Requiem
Verdi : Messa di Requiem
Price: £9.70

8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Engineered perfection, 19 Mar. 2009
The reviews above have pretty much covered what I would say about this recording, so I thought I'd add to it the sheer quality of the sound. The engineering is utterly perfect. This was made for the highest quality systems.

Let's Go [VINYL]
Let's Go [VINYL]
Price: £24.72

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A True Punk Experience, 4 Sept. 2001
This review is from: Let's Go [VINYL] (Vinyl)
Rancid display an amazing array of talents in this lengthy LP. The Bass lines of Freeman are typical of Punk Godfathers such as The Clash, yet Rancid take them further. Added to the excellent bass is the powerful, and often emotive lyrics supported by an always excellent guitar line. The fast, furious and lively lead guitar duels between Armstrong and Frederiksen make this record a delight to listen to. With Nihilism, Rancid grab your attention and never let up, straight through all 23 tracks, the music is relentless in it's desire to break out. The pace never lets down, and the songs never dissapoint. A truly excellent punk album, one that will be hard to rival.

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