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on March 12, 2015
Color Name: RedSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
Very nice product.
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on February 5, 2015
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
Really good design and a well functioning light that is let down by one fatal flaw. To change the batteries the metal part must be removed from the plastic part containing the batteries and is joined together by three really weak perspex teeth. Even if you are super careful and never drop the light (which I did and it broke), in time the teeth disintegrate and the light falls apart anyway. It's a pity because it is an otherwise great product but not if you are after a solid reliable bike light. I'm really surprised that Princeton Tec would release such a poorly engineered product. It is damaging their reputation and they pride themselves on making rugged good quality products. But not this time. Honestly buy something else.
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on July 7, 2014
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
Clamp was defective and the light popped out within five minutes of starting the ride. It hit the ground and never worked again. This is not the first time I've heard of this happening but it had never happened to me. I have another light of the same make and its clamp has worked fine for five years. There was no indication that the new light and clamp were not secure, I tested them both before setting out. Very disappointing and I will not be buying this item again.
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on November 13, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
It has a strong white light that illuminates the road like no other light I've tried.
It also has a small red light on the back bottom, but not sure if anyone can see it. Although I appreciate it.
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on September 19, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
Very shine light. Should help during bike rides and increase safety. Lets see battery time to reach better score later.
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on May 5, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
Needed a strong light for night riding, but not too expensive. The light is excellent, it was easy to install and is quite lite as well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 8, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
I purchased this light because I didn't want to spend a fortune on a light for my bike. I have it mounted on my mountain bike, and have used it for trail rides. I haven't used it after dark yet, but I have fired it up while riding at dusk and it really does add some definition to trail features while riding. I have the red side lights turned off to save battery life, (just press and hold the button) as I really don't ride on the road. It seems sturdy, and it can mount just about anywhere. The swivel feature is nice so you can point it where you want it. I'll admit, i was hesitant to buy this light having read some of the other reviews, but I have experienced none of the problems others mentioned.

UPDATE:
Since writing this review, I used this light extensively on the trails and on the road. It does do a decent job lighting the trail features in the woods, but I have since upgraded to a higher powered light for trail riding. For road riding, the strobe feature works well to make yourself visible to traffic. It has saved my can on several occasions while riding at night (and in the rain). That said, I have managed to break the plastic tabs which hold the front bezel to the body of the light. One good crash in the woods did it in. Princeton Tec was good about service and replaced the light at no cost. It was a bummer to be out the light for that period of time though. A better design may be in order.
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on March 2, 2013
I bought this light in Feb. 2012 and it worked well for about 6 months. Then, one dark night on my commute home, it suddenly turned off. As soon as I realized it, I pressed the button and it came on again... for a few seconds. I changed the batteries, and then it seemed to work better, at least for my first ride after that. But then it started turning off again. Now it turns off immediately after being turned on. Upon inspection, sure enough, I find that one of the three tiny plastic tabs that hold the lamp assembly to the battery compartment is missing. How that happened is a mystery, because I have not had any falls or serious bumps during the period since installing the light. The fact that the light can so easily turn off, in the middle of a ride, and render a cyclist suddenly invisible to cars, is huge safety concern and ought to be a huge liability worry for the manufacturer. If I can make a serious suggestion to Princeton Tec, recall all of the Push lights manufactured with this defect and replace them, before you get hit with a big lawsuit from someone injured right after their Push suddenly fails. I am now the owner of a Serfas True 150, and I feel much safer with that. I'd like to know if there is any way to fix the Push for use as a flashlight -- now it won't stay on at all, even if I squeeze the lamp head onto the body. Otherwise, it has just been a lot of trouble, risk, and a waste of $40.
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on January 18, 2013
Color Name: RedSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
Nice bright light with different settings. Easily clamps on to your bike. Made of metal so it is heavy duty and will last a long time.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 20, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One SizeVerified Purchase
This is a great bike light. Very bright and the good thing about it is that it also has red little flashing lights on the side making everyone aware of you location especially while riding in the city at night.
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