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Bullet Headlight Taillight Bike Generator Set

3.6 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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  • Bullet Headlight
  • Small Taillight
  • 12v 6w Generator
  • **Light is NOT designed to work on ELECTRIC or GAS powered bicycles.**
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Product Description

This is a brand new generator bullet light set. Includes front and rear light. Everything you need is included. You can also install it on your Schwinn Stingray bicycle or any other brand cruiser bicycle. Chrome bullet headlight is 4-1/4 x 3-1/2 x 3-1/2. Generator unit is 12v 6w and measures 3-1/4 x 4-1/2 x 1-3/4. Little tail light measures 2 x 1 x 1.**Light is NOT designed to work on ELECTRIC or GAS powered bicycles.**

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000N8ES7U
  • Item model number: 34338
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #465,224 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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All I can say in short, this product is just plain JUNK. It does NOT work, anyone trying to buy it, is wasting their money. It looks good, but it does NOT work. The headlight, you can bearly see the front wheel, (NO beam) and the taillight is so dim, you have to come up to about 5 (five) feet to see it. Generator is also a BIG problem. I am from Europe and know about headlight and generators. I could see 70 to 80 feet what's ahead on the road. But this one, nothing. And I did contact the seller, Bike World USA, and their answer showed, they do NOT know much about this product.
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Given the relatively low price of this item, I found it satisfactory. It does not come with instructions, but installation is simple, just bolt it on, run a wire from the "H" lug on the generator to the headlight and a wire from the "T" lug to the taillight.

The headlight has two bulbs in it with a switch. The main bulb is 12V and the smaller bulb is 6V. The small bulb is useful when moving slowly, however the rider must switch back to the main bulb when increasing speed or the small bulb will burn out.

The drag of the generator when engaged is very noticeable on my one speed bike, and of course there is no light when stopped.

I am happy with this item for the price, but for extended biking at night, riders would be better off with a more expensive system.
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The only real complaint that I have about this product is the lack of an instruction sheet. It took me a little while to figure out how to mount the headlight. A larger, more easily visible tail light might also have been useful.

One web page describing this product says that this is a clone of a classic British generator light set. The design of the reflector inside the headlight is pretty good, as it casts a nice, bright beam that carries moderately far and easily lights up road signs, lane markings, reflectors on the road, etc. It is not as bright as the expensive battery-powered lights that the "real" cyclists use, but it is certainly brighter than any 6V/3W light set that I have owned (and the efficacy of these lights does vary quite a bit, depending on how the reflector in the headlight focuses the light).

The amount of drag that the generator creates is small enough that I don't find it objectionable. The only caveat I have found is that the positioning of the generator has to be adjusted carefully, by trial and error, so that the generator's drive wheel gets good traction on the tire sidewall and does not slip. This is especially critical when riding in wet conditions.
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Cannotfind replacemt for bulbs {12v6w}.Do you know where ? I was unable the bulbs anywhere to buy replacents.
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It's been on my big blue 1975 Schwinn Continental for several years now. It hasn't changed from when my Schwinn was new, which is exactly what I'd wanted.
Dan Stafford
President, Temecool Computer Repair
Temecula, CA
www.Temecool.biz
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not that bright of a light when your moving at 15mph. It also wears down your tires and is a pain to mount and unmount when you decide you want it or don't want it on. Neat to try, but overall waste. Better off buying a flashlight mount and a nice 1,000 lumen Cree flashlight for around the same price.
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This generator/light setup is incredible easy to install, and works better than I had expected.
I'd read reviews for this product from other vendors, and some people complained about installation being difficult without instructions. I think they might be slightly brain damaged. Everything is quite obvious, including the wiring. It's a simple single wire setup, and there is a "T""H" label on the generator to indicate Tail light, and Headlight. The wire is already attached to the tail light, as is the mount. It's quite clear which mount goes to the headlight, leaving 1 more part, and that's the mount for the generator. If you can't figure out how to attach it to the bike, then you probably shouldn't allowed to ride a bike...
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I think my bike is not like the typical old school bike that the generator was designed for. So I had to use a dremel to trim some of the metal to position the light. Then I had to cut some of the fender to position the generator.

On the positive side, as long as this works, I don't need to buy batteries. On the negative side, it makes climbing up hills even more challenging.
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