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Biologic FlashmountTM Light Mount From Bike Hugger


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  • Attach a mini-flashlight quickly and securely to your handlebar
  • Velcro fastening system goes on and off in seconds
  • Fits a wide variety of mini-flashlight sizes
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Product Description

The FlashMount light mount firmly attaches most mini-flashlights onto bike handlebars for use as a bike light. So instead of having multiple lights for different applications, you need only one high-quality flashlight. It saves you money and encourages conservation of natural resources. Fits handlebars 19 - 45 mm in diameter and flashlights 15 - 30 mm in diameter. Flashlight not included.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004ZHE7LW
  • Item model number: BAL2303060001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

I like this solution much better than my more expensive bike specific light.
Skurj
The mounts hold the flashlights securely to the handlebars while allowing the lights to be released easily when necessary.
Tony W.
Who thought that two nylon straps and a small piece of rubber could be so useful!
GDR

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By GDR on March 18, 2012
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Who thought that two nylon straps and a small piece of rubber could be so useful! If you own a bicycle and you ride at night, you need this little device!
The first nylon strap is attached to the handle bar and the second attaches to the flashlight of your choice (I use the Utilitech 3-Watt LED Flashlight from Lowes). The rubber is naturally resistant to slipping so your flashlight remains in place.
If for some reason, you need to leave your bicycle. You can unstrap your flash light and take it with you.
The problem with most mounted flashlights are that they are very weak and they don't give off enough light. Most of the flashlights in bicycle mounts are 20 to 30 lumens. Which doesn't give off enough light to safely light your way.
But with the Biologic FlashmountTM Light mount from Bike Hugger, you can pick your own flashlight. My flashlight of choice gives off 120 lumens. It is brighter than a 4 D cell Mag light, but is small enough to fit in your hand.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Stark on January 16, 2013
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For what it is, it is a good product. However, for me there were a couple of problems in the design that I couldn't live with.
First, it is well built and I think it will last if the design works for you--I have no problem with the quality. My problem is in the design.

(I suppose I should have done more research or tried to find someone who had one before I bought it.)

Problem #1: It is not as adjustable as I wanted. Since it is essentially 2 velcro straps that run perpendicular to each other you get one direction--90 degrees straight ahead from the handlebar. If your handlebar sweeps back a bit from the stem you will be shining your light off to the side. You can move it vertically but not horizontally.

Problem #2: The flashlight I wanted to mount is a little on the large size and I didn't feel like the straps ever got tight enough to keep it from creeping out of position. I suppose a strip of rubber could have increased the friction enough to prevent aim-creep but since I was not going to stick with it I didn't invest any time in improving its functionality.

For many folks it will be fine--if the design fits your requirements it will be a solid performer--for me it just didn't do what I wanted.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Yeknod on August 9, 2012
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I wasn't sure about this mount at first but it's quite a cute design. The main piece is a rubbery plastic that will bend and mold to your bike and flashlight. The two Velcro straps work nicely but might be a little annoying to thread through the slots if you pull them all the way off. With a nice flashlight you can easily see at night without it bouncing around too much. You can also tweak the direction a but just by pushing it, in case it starts to drift off while you ride.

The main benefits to something like this are that you don't have to pay ridiculous prices for a high powered bike headlight and, when you stop somewhere, just pull one strap and you've got your flashlight back.

It's not perfect. It does not have a really tight grip on the light, but it's firm enough to work. I wouldn't take this on a really bumpy road. I'd give 5 stars if there were a way to get it down tighter, but that would probably cut into easy-to-remove factor. If you bike mostly on streets, you shouldn't have a problem.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jay Baker on July 21, 2012
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I ordered 2 of these and did my first test ride last night. The mount works great exactly as advertised. Easy on and off to switch between bikes or small enough to store in my under seat bag when I'm not using it. It held the flashlight tightly with no chance of it coming lose and losing the flashlight. After spending about 2hrs looking at bike headlight reviews I just got more and more confused as to which one I wanted to get. I did not want to spend $80 to $100 on a bike headlight only to find out I didn't like it. I decided I would try the flashlight mount and try different flashlights that I already had. The test ride was about 20 miles on a paved rail trail. It held tightly to the bars and only jiggled a tiny bit when I hit the rough street crossings. It want to point out it only jiggled it NEVER came lose or moved where it was aimed. I'm not sure how it would hold up on off road trails on the mountain bike, but for the rail trail it worked GREAT!! This fall i'll try it out on the mountain bike and update my review.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brett Michael Grzegorczyk on December 13, 2012
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Pros:
-Tight Velcro, not thin stuff
-Adjustable to fit lots of different flash lights
-Easily mounts to other things (Nunchuks, Walking Sticks, Small Arms, Carrots, Other Flash Lights for a side light, Nerf Bars on Jeeps, Cow Horns, Vacuum Hoses, Screw Drivers, Small Dogs, etc.)

Cons:
-No Lasers included
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By PD in the Rockies on November 21, 2012
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I wanted to use any of my regular (LED) flashlights on my bike. Seems fine. only downside is that you can't adjust, turn, left or right. it assumes your handlebar is 90 degrees to the line of the road. so an angle on the bar is an angle on the beam. Ck out your bar first.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By EmilioE on May 7, 2012
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It's a very good product and I am happy with it. It works very well in my folding bike handlebar and in my mountain bike (xc). But I'm not sure how it will work on a wider handlebar (dh type or similar). Advice: tighten it up or it may fall.
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