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Forth one I have Bought - ALL FOUR STILL WORKING
on May 8, 2017
First one bought July 1 2011 and it still works like new. Not a fan of rechargeable bike lights, Rather carry extra batteries, to be able to place them in when needed to keep seeing the road and be seen by drivers on the road. Own four fast road bikes and when I by a new bike the first thing I do is by this light for it, along with a red back light and reflector tape for the rims. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002KYFWQ6/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Best reflectors I have used for spokes, a little tricky to get on spokes but clean the spokes with dawn dish liquid and water on a wrag then rinse the soap off with only water on a wrag, then let the spokes dry and then peel and edge of sticker and place on spoke and then roll off the rest of the reflector to let the sticker roll around the spoke until it is completely off the wax paper that it cam on. Add a front spoke light to let cars see you from the side and you should never be hit by a car from the side. I do NOT use the clamp it comes with, I remove that and then tap and die holes into the handle bar stem by using greenlee drill tap which drills and put threads into the material, then use a bolts to hold the light release plastic onto handle bar stem / gooseneck and then I hold the release switch when needed to remove to the light from bike. A small plastic block ma be used between light and gooseneck may be used just drill two holes through it to enable bolt to go through the release plastic piece into metal of gooseneck and you have your light secured to not fall off. One screw holds release plastic onto clamp which is round, and a square indentation is where you drill through plastic to enable second bolt to be used to hold the release plastic to the gooseneck. Plastic block can be from plastic deck material or plastic molding piece from a hardware store. Like a little rectangle brick but of plastic the size of an adults thumb. If needed to have light a little higher then sitting right on top of metal. Plus you can make one side lower by sanding it down to angle your light to point downward to ground or up higher to shine light farther down the road. I angle mine to shine about 25 feet ahead to the ground, see the road and still be sen by drivers. ANYWAY Bought FOUR and they all still work great, oldest one is now almost six years old.