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Water Restnt Rchgble LED Bike Tail Light US$0.99 ~AU$1.24 Rchgble Dual Color Tail Flashlight US$3.5~AU$4.50 Delivered @ GearBest

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For those who missed out on this deal yesterday.

Water Resistant USB Rechargeable LED Bike Tail Light US $0.99/ AU $1.25 here

Coupon: LEDBike
PS: Limited to first 500 units, One per account

  • If you are looking for a brighter tail light, go for these Dual Colour Bright LED Flashlights.
    Cheapest price I could find for these shiny toys.
Rechargeable Bicycle Dual Color Flashlight Tail Light US $3.59/ AU $4.50 - 3 Colours to Choose from:

Red Light Only
Red and Blue Light
Red and White Light

Coupon: RBDCFTL
PS: Limited Stock, Works on any of the 3 Colours

2 codes will not work together if you intend to buy both lights at the same time, please make 2 separate purchases.

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  • +2 votes

    had 2 arrive from this deal and they're good, last 5-6 hours per charge on flash…so I've rolled the dice again, in the hope these are the same.

  • +2 votes

    Ordered one of each in red. Thanks OP!
    bicycles need to have more lights on them at night on our roads

    I'm sure you can't have a blue light on he road though.

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      Isnt it better value to get the red/white model since there are 6 modes of operation?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. The more lights the better!

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    I would be a bit skeptical about buying these if you ride in the rain.

    Although it says "Water resistant" at the top, later down it says "do not use in water".

    Also some text in one of the photos has been blanked out, and it looks to be the bit saying its water resistant.

    • +2 votes

      Water resistance is a more of a scale than anything. Without a certification code it's pretty meaningless. I imagine these are untested, but something like IP4, which would be fine for use in rain, but I would not "use in water" which I think implies it works when immersing it (IP7).

      I've used lights with no mention of water resistance in rain and they've been fine, I'm sure these are alright unless you're riding through a flood (not advisable anyway).

      • +1 vote

        The IP rating is also pretty meaningless because the entity claiming the rating can make up it's own tests to get the rating.

  • +4 votes

    Wht Hppnd t yr vwls?

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    Bought one of each thanks. Will be interesting to see how the better one compares to the Knogs selling for $60+.
    I'd suggest only using the red one on the roads, not the red/blue red/white. I think the law says red.

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      Law in Qld says you must display a red light, but doesn't say anything about not being allowed to display a white light as well.
      I wouldn't be using the blue light though. Blue lights are definitely reserved for the police and certain emergency services vehicles only.

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        Yes but also not a great idea to upset motorists. Don't want any abuse/blame coming your way.
        All the rear bike lights I see when driving are red only.

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    Came up 'code not valid' but still dropped the price to $1.24. Thanks OP

  • +3 votes

    I bought these ones before. They are just pure garbage. Battery degrades pretty fast. after a month of use the charge won't last more than an hour (if not less).

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      You must have been unlucky, I've been commuting all year with one of these and just charge it once a week.
      Unless it's an identical shape/design but different internals…

      I was really skeptical but will be grabbing another - can never have enough lights cycling in Sydney!

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        Maybe just me and my mates being unlucky. We all ended up buying more reliable ones from Layzen, Moon and a ROCKBROS (from Aliex).

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          you bought the one pictured? You can get reliable aaa/aa-based lights for peanuts off ebay. Chances are it was just a bad battery.

          I much prefer aa/aaa. Eneloops for the win.

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          @cheepwun: Yes myself and my mates we all bought the exact one from eBay. I also got one (lost count how many lights I have got) from Kmart as a backup, which runs on 1 (or 2) AAA and it is fantastic, nice and bright. Bit bulky tho.

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    Thanks - kids will have fun with the blue and red lights playing cops and robbers. :)

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    "The Code you entered is not for this product."

    Put one in my cart, signed in, applied either code :(

    EDIT: Only works for red…

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    Thought these were g.skill ripjaws from image

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    Thanks OP, I got the Water Resistant USB Rechargeable LED Bike Tail Light as a back up for me current light. It's rather a 'new' thing to me

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    Poor quality and main thing that upsets me - they don't hold the charge for long (1 week of 35min commutes to the office), and after battery is flat the light is not working, but you can't say when it will happen as you can with conventional aa/aaa batteries.

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    Got a similar one from Ali about a year ago, still working fine. They aren't really powerful, I use it as secondary light on my backpack.

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    When I enter the code, it redirects me to the login page. I log in, get back to the art, code is not applied, a repeat, it again wants me to log in.

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    this looked liked G.Skill Ram from afar lol

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    thanks grabbed the 2nd one, other code expired

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    Received but doesn't work after charging for hours.

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