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Q5 3 Modes LED BikeLight @ US $0.69/AU $0.88, USB Rchg LED Bike Light WHITE - US $0.79/AU $1.01 Delivered @ GearBest

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Bringing this deal back, however please note that the tail light is White colour only.
By law you are required to have a flashing or steady RED tail light while riding. So please do not use this as your only Tail Light.

# Q5 3 Modes LED Bike Light Zoomable Torch US $0.69/ AU $0.88 here Expired
Coupon: LIFECYCLEOFOZB

Water Resistant USB Rechargeable LED Bike Tail Light- WHITE US$0.79/ AU $1.01 here

Coupon: CYCLESAFE

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  • +1 vote

    Received 2 bicycle LED lights yesterday from GearBest.
    I ordered them both separately early September.

    Both separate models and in separate mailing packaging.

    Both D.O.A.
    Tried recharging overnight using a recommended 1A max 5V USB cable and still no luck. Submitted a complaint today requesting refunds.

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      (Duplicate, just saw other people mentioned long press) Try long press the button instead of short press. These lights require a long press to turn on.

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      You need to press and hold the little button to turn it on you know it right?

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      I received a few led lights from Gearbest in the past.

      They appeared DOA as well.

      After getting them on now and then, I realised it was the connection between the battery and the contact button, I practiced with different thickness pieces of cardboard to put in then till I got it right

  • +18 votes

    Received mine 2 days back and thought they were DOA as well, until I figured out that you have to long press the switch button at the front!
    I suggest contacting their store rep here- Sunny if you are having issues. Good luck!

    • +2 votes

      You’re kidding right? Going to go try now.

    • +6 votes

      Wow thank you so much. You’re absolutely right!

      No other bike light I’ve owned works that way & nowhere on the packaging said to do that. Wonder how many get thrown out because of the unusual power on method.

      • +3 votes

        I'm glad that worked! And yes, instructions on the packaging were non-existent!

      • +1 vote

        I have a name brand (Lezyne) rear light and it uses long press for power on/off. Short press changes modes and gives battery charge indication. Came with instructions :-)

      • +3 votes

        lol, every bike light I've ever owned has turned on with a long press. I don't know of any bike lights (from the well-known brands) that don't turn on with a long press. They're designed that way to stop it from accidentally turning on when it is in your bag.

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          Moon X-Shield Rear and Moon LX-760 front.
          They’re my main light and both on with instant press. The buttons are very sturdy and must be pressed firmly. To power off you long press. My previous lights were also moon before these (they were stolen along with my bicycle).

      • +1 vote

        I got some of the rear-lights on Monday. I liked how the packaging implored me to read the manual before using the device, but provided no such manual… at least I figured out the button after a while :P

    • +4 votes

      Needed to charge mine first.
      Didn't read packet. Long press is common enough in cheap electronics for me to realise that was how to turn on, then press to change flash modes, & long press to turn off.

      Using with 1 rechargeable 18500 battery, rather than 3 AAA batteries in holder.

  • +3 votes

    Always read the comments! I smashed my bike lights in a tragic accident - broke my shoulder. By the time my shoulder heals, I'll probably get these lights :-P

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    Codes don't work for me.

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    Thanks OP! Bought one of each

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    What kind of AAA batteries would you used on the front light and long do they last? I have got a similar one,but to get batteries for it.

    • +1 vote

      There was a deal posted for IKEA AA ones few days back, but their AAA batteries seem to be reasonably priced. Here's the link

    • +2 votes

      Use part of your mighty stock of eneloops.

      Assumption due to being on OZB.

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      I have a similar torch at home and for occasional utility use around the house the 3x alkaline AAA's that I put in from the start still seem to going pretty strong; whether the extra voltage (4.5V vs 3.6V) makes a huge difference or any difference at all I'm not sure.

      Didn't deliberately go for alkalines for this reason; I just didn't have many rechargeable AAA's back then.

      Ordered one of these torches for a spare (thanks!) and will prob put rechargeable in this one.

  • +3 votes

    Received both yesterday, the torch is pretty good quality. And took me a while to work out the long press on the tail light.

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    The codes aren't working for me either :/

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    Still Works- Try this

  • +4 votes

    So I purchased one.. now all I need is a bicycle.

  • -1 vote

    Thanks for posting OP, and sorry to bring the whole party mood down, but the quality of these are crap - very light as much of it is plastic including the lens and header cap - the body is thin aluminium with a cheap feel and manufacture. I'll probably throw mine out - while my standards are low, they're not that low. Prefer those that take AA anyway…

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      Username checks out. Seriously dude, they are $1 each….

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        The "Username checks out" line was simply hilarious the first time, and that was months ago. Now it's just lame, dude, seriously.

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      It’s really interesting to see the perceived value others hold. I personally thought that those were the best 87 cents I had spent in a while. Not kidding. I found the light to be bright enought to alert others and sufficient to guide you in the dark. Good to know what others think.

      • +3 votes

        Sure for less than a dollar it's ridiculous, but i don't believe it's fit for purpose. This is no good as a bike light - not bright enough and the beam not clear enough. You really do want to see that other cyclist without lights in the dark. My safety is worth more than 87 cents.

        To my mind whether they're $1 or $6, there's really next to nothing in it. Sure this is OB, but you can get a really good one for a few dollars more…

        • +1 vote

          +1

          I've had these ones before but they really weren't enough for the dark. I have since bought a BLF-A6 to use as a bike light and it's bloody bright!

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          @dishz:

          Not sure that's got a zoom, which you really want, but yeah that's the kind of power you'd want to have access to, though you need to be careful the beam isn't right in their face or you're encouraging a head-on.

  • +1 vote

    Q5 3 Modes LED Bike Light Zoomable Torch US $0.69/ AU $0.88 here(gearbest.com)
    Coupon: LIFECYCLEOFOZB

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  • +1 vote

    bought 2x Q5's from the last deal …..its a decent little pocket torch but not really that useful for bike riding imo…nowhere near bright enough
    you could use it as a 'be seen' light but its kind of bulky for the amount of light it emits…would be better off with a small cycle specific light i reckon

    ….also kudos to gearbest for actually getting my order to me this time…at least i didnt have to do the whole gearbest refund/repeat complaints to customer service/paypal thing again ;)

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    Received two of these last week from previous deal chucked in 3 triple A's and both work great. Bar mount works well and gonna use 'em on my ct110 postie bike for some extra light

  • +1 vote

    "By law you are required to have a flashing or steady RED tail light while riding. So please do not use this as your only Tail Light."

    Easily fixed with a piece of red-coloured cellophane and a rubber band.

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    Just received one of these and it's flimsy as all (profanity) for a bike mount. It doesn't click on or anything, it just slides into a plastic tube that locks around the light with a tightening screw. This is gonna fall out going over any bumps.

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      Yeh probably better off with a silicon strap for mounting this torch to a bike…or just pay 20-30 for a proper bike light setup like a solar storm x2

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