Best Lights Black Friday Cycling Deals

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A simple set of lights is a cheap way to improve your safety whilst cycling this Black Friday. With the nights drawing in, this is when they're needed most.

Having been riding for a fair number of years, you'd think here at Deal Clincher HQ we'd would have learnt our lesson by now. When the clocks go back, it gets super dark, super quick. Alas, we seem to never learn as a few of us were left scrambling to get home before the sun dropped.

Lights can go from simple blinkers that are perfect for city centre commuting before the sun sets, right through to collapsed-suns for countryside commuting and night-time trips on the MTB. We've got the full range below, massively reduced so take your pick.

 

Lezyne's Strip Drive is 40% off

Lezyne Strip Drive PRO 300L Rear Light
£29.99
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A favourite of British Time Trialists everywhere and super useful as a commuter too.

The Lezyne Strip Drive is perfect for your 1 dedicated rear light, kicking out 300 lumens at it’s max power.

The Strip Drive uses 5 super bright LEDs with 11 modes. The run time ranges between 3 and 20.3 hours from a super-short 2.5 hour charge time.

 

Eat your carrots. Or just buy this amazing Exposure light!

Exposure Strada 1200 Front Light
£202.96
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We have a fair few people in the office that commute all year. With the darkness now coming at what feels like lunch time, there's no avoiding a pitch black ride home.

Evans do have a treat for us though. They've slashed the price of the Exposure Strada 1200 lumen light by 30%.

 

46% off Lezyne's Femto Drive Light Set

Lezyne Femto Drive Light Set
£14.99
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This light deal we've got for you here today should be an essential piece of any city cyclist's collection.

While the lights won't be a great deal of help down dark country lanes, they both fulfill your legal obligation to fix lights to your bike as well as keeping you seen by other drivers in an incredibly convenient little package.

 

24% off Knog's PWR Commuter 450 Front Light

Knog PWR Commuter 450
£37.79
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Now, this year, Knog has seriously upped its game.

Instead of its usual offerings of quirkily named lights that look as quirky as their names would suggest, 2017 has brought a new model that looks sleek and has some incredible functionality.

The Knog PWR Commute is at firstt glance a very usable and good looking commuter front light. But the kicker comes when you realise it also doubles up as a power bank!

 

36% off Moon's Vortex Pro

Moon Vortex Pro
£45.00
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As the prices ramp up on the lights-front, so do the lumens.

Moon's Vortex Pro does a stellar job of pumping out usable light, perfect for dark roads, with a limited lumen supply.

At this price, the Vortex Pro does a significantly better job of illuminating the roads ahead of you than pretty much all of its peers in the mid-£40s range. Meanwhile, what it does with 900 lumens is also spectacular.

 

25% off Lezyne's Macro Drive 1100

Lezyne Macro Drive 1100XL
£62.99
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If you're after a bit more oomph on your dark rides you'll probably be looking for something with a bit more whack, like the 1100 lumen Lezyne Macro Drive.

When Ed Mason reviewed the Macro Drive 600XL for road.cc, which carries less of an oomph than the 1100XL we're focussing on here, he highighted Lezyne's excellent implementation of light modes. Those light modes are universal amongst the Macro Drive range.

 

23% off Exposure's Joystick Mk12

Exposure Joystick Mk12
£110.49
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Today's final lights deal is also the most expensive.

The Joystick from Exposure offers you a multitude of uses. The 1000 lumen output makes it perfect for fast nighttime road riding, while the light's shape and fixing options mean that it will also make an excellent mountain bike companion.

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Need a little more enlightenment? Head over to road.cc's list of the best 2017/18 front lights