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Strontex Bike Lights Front & Back Rechargeable Set $31.14 + Post ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Strontex Amazon AU


ADVANCED DESIGN: Front bike light has SUPER BRIGHT CREE LED TECHNOLOGY that provides super bright 1000 lumen to let you see 300~500 m clearly, improve your visibility and safety. 360 degree rotatable bracket makes the bike light can shine any direction you want. Tail light has DAYTIME VISIBLE TECHNOLOGY and 240 degree wide angle visual design that keeps you visible not only at night but also in the daytime, keeping you and your loved ones safe all the time.
USB RECHARGEABLE & LONG SERVICE TIME: Both front and tail light are USB rechargeable lets you say goodbye to batteries. For front light it only takes 3 ~ 5 hours to fully charge (Depending on your charging voltage). Built-in intelligence IC can prevents overcharge or over discharge and extend battery life.
PERFORMANCE: Front bicycle light has 3 light modes High, Low and Bursting Strobe modes, meeting all lighting requirements for riding. It is IPX5 rated waterproofing with all-sealed body protects against splashing water from any angles. And has well-constructed Solid aluminium alloy shell that provides excellent anti-collision capability. And the tail light is IPX4 water resistant, comes with 4 modes and is durable which makes this bike light set a great gift for outdoor lovers.
VERSATILE: Use it when you’re running, jogging, hiking, camping, walking your dog, cycling, changing a tire, night time family, kids activities, power outage and MORE!
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  • super bright 1000 lumen to let you see 300~500 m clearly

    cough! splutter!! See what at 500m? A barn painted in directional reflective paint?
    With blatant lies like that, how can you believe anything they say? (Seller is probably just cut and pasting for a dropshipped product they've never tested?)

    The last lights I ordered claimed to be alloy case like this, but when arrived was plastic. Plastic heatsinks are not great :-(

    Since you cannot change batteries on this, is there any sort of low battery warning, good enough to avoid being caught in the dark mid ride?

    • my 1500 lumen olight rn1500 has a claimed distance of 164m….500m throw is some wild BS

  • Is there an adapter available to fit GoPro mount?

  • I just bought this one instead - Amazon Brighter light (7500 lumins), a bigger battery (4000mAh), battery level indicator and a more realistic distance of 120m for only $2.21 more.

    • Hehe….7500 Lumens. :)

    • 7500 lumens is highly wishful, part of the whole Chinese lumens me thinks. I would imagine it being less than 3000 lumens, and that is being overly optimistic as well.

      But do let us know how it goes.

    • Good luck. It might be decent, you never know.

      The Tail Light is built in 4000 mAh rechargeable lithium battery

      Wow! I wonder how gig the headlamp battery is :-)

    • Just don't use it on the road. Please. :)

    • The pictures say it has usb-a and usb-c ports for charging but the description only says micro usb, can you confirm which it is?

  • These are the rebranded-for-anyone-who-buys-1000-or-more-units "BX2" bike light. (~USD6 per unit FOB pricing)

    They are a light. They work. But they are not worth $30+ IMHO. $20 delivered might represent half-decent value (while still allowing a local seller some margin for his/her effort).

    In the markets around Hong Kong, they usually sell for HKD70 (~$12 Aussie pesos)

    • I see similar sets under $20 on aliexpress with epacket delivery. Hard to know which are ok.
      $20 local would be a bargain.

  • Most of my bikes lights are now several years old if not older, I havent cycled much for a few years but looking to get back into it, Can anyone recommend a good bang for buck lights / online store to buy them from?

    • I can vouch for Lezyne & Knog lights.

      Knog are aussie owned which is a plus.

    • Giant HL series light

    • my ebike came with built-in front and rear lights, but the olight rn1500 is the only light i trust for a headlight. i ride mostly at night; usually use level 2/750 lumens on dedicated bike paths and well-lit main roads, level 3/1500 lumens for darker suburban streets. i'm only having to charge it every 2-3 days. my only gripe though is the included mounts weren't compatible with my thinner handlebars so i had to wrap a few layers of self-fusing silicone tape where i wanted the mount the light.

      still looking for a decent rear light. currently relying on the built in light (which is bright, but doesn't flash) as well as the free LED lights i picked up from Reid Cycles 6 years ago. i heard good things about Pro Bike Kit's branded 50 lumen light.

      • How fast does it charge?

        • i have it charging overnight from my laptop's usb hub so from when it shows low battery, will take about 4 hours. definitely faster if you've got a good wall charger.