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Schwinn Xenon Bicycle Headlight and Seat Post Light Combo Set

by Schwinn

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  • Xenon bulb has brighter range and longer life
  • 4-function rear flashing LED
  • Easy to install with mounting brackets included
  • More light with less power consumption
  • Batteries included
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Product Description

Xenon bulb has brighter range and longer life 4-function rear flashing LED Easy to install with mounting brackets included More light with less power consumption Batteries included.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000068CK1
  • Item model number: 593171
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #618,766 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The tailight isnt bad and is pretty visable, but the headlight is very dim.
M. Wright
May be I have way too much expectation but if you are a serious biker get something else.
Amazon Customer
The back lights are working ok, for now, but my wife and I used them for 2.5 rides.
el colin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Wright on September 22, 2008
I got this set because i needed something right away and it was the only one i could get locally. The tailight isnt bad and is pretty visable, but the headlight is very dim. You wont be able to see much in front of you if you are traveling at night at any sort of decent speed. I almost hit a possum once (i live in a rural area). This light will also drain batteries quickly (making it even more dim), unlike most LED lights.

I would strongly suggest getting a LED light for a few more dollars (there are .5 watt LED lights on here).

UPDATE: I ended up getting 2 LED westinghouse flashlights for like 2 dollars from dollar general and using plastic ties to strap em on the bars (the kind of ties that look like police use for handcuffs..). Worked great for months without a battery change and im willing to bet they are as bright as some of the expensive dual lamp systems out there. The straps hold them steady, but i can adjust them up and down as needed (i keep one pointed lower on ground in front of me, and one ahead like a high beam). I still use the tailight that came with this package, cause it is pretty good. So for 5 bucks, i got awesome headlights.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bugman on January 10, 2009
The headlight is just terrible. You're wasting your money on that aspect. You cannot see the road at all, and it eats lots of batteries. I'm throwing mine away, after trying it for months. FAR better is to get a planetbike LED headlight - once you try the 1 watt "Blaze" light, you'd throw away your schwinn headlight as I am. BUT - this tail light is REALLY GREAT - especially like the 4 different LED modes, which other lights do not offer, and GREAT visibility fron all angles. A real shame that the tail light is not sold separately. At this price, just not worth the $ for a great tail light alone (you'll throw away the front light).

ADDENDUM 2/22/09
I now have the "Planet Bike Blinky "3" 3-Led Rear Bicycle Light" as the tail light for everyone in my family - it is probably 10 times brighter than this schwinn tail light, can stay lit solid or blink, and comes with mounts that allow you to put it either on the seat post, or on the seat stay (as I have). Absolutely fantastic tail light - easily visible from 0.3 miles away. I'd definitely recommend that instead of this product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By F. Bejerea on August 3, 2011
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I only used this one night so far and I'm very happy with it. The headlight is actually what I like the most. Though I have to say that I happen to have a PR2 3W superbright(180 lumens) bulb laying around. I had it as spare for a headlamp I modded. I bought it for $15 from superbrightleds.com . I'm not sure if it is better than Planet Bike but with the mod it's definitely really bright. I know it sounds ridiculous to pay more for a bulb than the Schwinn combo pack but you get what you pay for...
I ride mostly at night and on trails with no lighted areas. The rear red light works fine on the road to warn drivers that are behind. I guess the main complaint is about the headlight having poor lighting abilities...with the standard bulb...
All in all the total comes to around $30 with the 3W LED bulb but you get a really bright headlight with 4 AA batteries which means it'll last longer or about the same like the 2 AA Planet Bike ones that use 1/2 W bulbs.

UPDATE
It's now the end of 2014 and still use this set up. Nowadays you can buy a headlamp with more light output then my modified headlight for $15 from Home Depot. But you don't get the tail light. A headlight/headlamp is better if you want to look sideways, up or down as the light follows your head ;) For some reason bike lights didn't come down in price much. I didn't know, maybe you get more light for the same price...I was going to upgrade, but it's still over $50 for a good setup...Bottom line, if you upgrade to an LED bulb this is worth it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 30, 2009
I don't know why everyone thought the headlight is so dim. I think it's pretty good. So is the rear light, which has four different on/flashing modes. When my kids use these, they are pretty visible, which is what I want at dusk, even though they are on sidewalks. We've also used them at night and they are bright.

My only problem with these is the installation. My son has a 20 inch bike and my daughter has a 12 inch bike. The front and rear lights don't mount securely because the diameter of the mounts is larger than the diameter of the frames. I emailed Schwinn to ask for some more rubber inserts (they came with one for each mount) to make them fit and they told me to call up Pacific Cycle. The lady there told me Pacific Cycle bought up the company that made the lights so they have no replacement parts whatsoever. So, you will get no help from the company if you need any parts or if this doesn't fit your bike. I did a workaround by inserting some felt pieces I found around the house but I will have to look for something rubber, because felt has no grip.

Oh, and the circumference of the children's bike frames is 2 3/4".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By el colin on September 12, 2011
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I normally take 1 star review with a grain of salt. The front light is extra large, but I can deal with that. I bought 2 of these sets. The back lights are working ok, for now, but my wife and I used them for 2.5 rides. Her light blew on the second ride and mine on the next. I checked the batteries, solder points, etc. I jiggled the light and you could hear the blown bulb. Not worth replacing, maybe worth trying to return (although I glued a team mascot to the top of mine [the only thing the enormous size is good for]) definitely not worth purchasing... Trusted name in bikes just got a little shadier.
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