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Magicshine Eagle 600 bike light

The Magicshine Eagle 600 is a great light that offers a high level of visibility. The unit uses two separate LED lights to offer both a spot focus and a wider…

£59.99
Score 8

If you’re after a light that will get you through some pretty serious nighttime riding, and are willing to overlook a pretty questionable name, then the MyTinySun Folkslight is an…

£129.95
Score 7

bontrager ion 700 rt front light

With a claimed maximum output of 700 lumens, the Bontrager Ion 700 RT front light sits at about the brightness you’d expect for a front light of this sort of…

£109.99
Score 8

Compared to many other front lights that cost less than £100, the Knog Blinder ARC 640 has a very sleek design. The mount is permanently attached to the bottom of…

£89.99
Score 6

When it comes to safety, having a good rear light is probably more important than having a good front light, so it’s worth shopping around to make sure you get…

£44.99
Score 10

Moon ADJ-1300 Front Light: powerful light to keep you riding through the winter

If, like us, you’re having to plan your winter miles around the nine-to-five then it is nigh-on impossible to avoid the odd morning or evening pounding the lanes in the…

£179.99
Score 8

The days are getting longer, but for some lights are still a necessity. The B’Twin VIOO Front/Rear Bike Light is a lightweight light that won’t break the bank (RRP of £8.50).…

£8.50
Score 9

Side on visibility is often over looked by cyclists, potentially increasing the risk of accidents in low light. Fibre flare lights aim to significantly improve side illumination.

£25.00
Score 8

Lezyne KTV Drive

The new format Lezyne KTV Drive light set has plenty of output for commutes or daytime running, in a compact format although it's tricky to recharge both at once

£37.99
Score 8

Lezyne Power Drive XL front light

British made in Barnoldswick, Lancashire, Hope’s products are renowned for their considered design and build quality, as well as exceptional after-service. The Hope Vision 1 LED front light  doesn’t disappoint on…

£90.00
Score 9

Lezyne Power Drive XL front light

A robust yet lightweight unit, the Lezyne Power Drive XL front light is sturdy and bright but could do with better battery life on the brightest settings

£84.99
Score 8

Gemini Xera LED 850 flashlight bike light

A strong light that can double as a conventional torch, the Gemini Xera LED 850 flashlight comes highly recommended

£99.99
Score 10

Luu Pico Pro 520 front light

A compact and all round good light with practical and varied beam settings, the Luu Pico Pro front light is a strong choice

£99.99
Score 8

Exposure Blaze acts as a bright, compact and easy to use rear light which our tester liked.

£99.95
Score 8

Hope do provide extra special pieces of kit that work thoroughly well, though is a rear light with an external battery a little overkill at £95?

£95.00
Score 7

Exposure's Toro MK6 comes with some great updates including a OLED Status Display that gives you battery life on screen.

£274.95
Score 10

Hope R4 LED front bike lights covers all your seeing needs at this time of year, whether that is on or off-road

£250.00
Score 9

Lezyne Macro Duo bike light

Lezyne Marco Duo comes as a front and rear bike light in one well built unit. Can it live up to the unique idea?

£70.00
Score 8