Dazzling Deals on Front Lights

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It doesn't need to be dark for a front light to be useful!

While we usually buy our lights with dark winter commutes in mind, they usually stay on the bike through the summer to help with visibility in changing light.

The type of light that you buy will influence what you can do and how much you can see. The general rule is the more expensive the light, the brighter it will be. But as we don't always use the brightest setting, we find that a more powerful light will often run for longer on it's lower setting of 300 lumens than a cheaper light on its max setting of 300 lumens.

We've broken the lights into two types, USB Rechargeable and External Battery Pack. There are so many deals out there that we've already looked at at the USB Rechargeable type!

Let's now that a look at the external battery pack type.

Knog PWR Lighthead

Who says you need to spend big to get an amazing light?

You'll need to get the battery pack separately though. The total cost of £99.98 however, is still really good.

Knog PWR Lighthead
£44.99
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Moon X Power 1300 Front Light

If you're a fan of getting into trouble, the SOS mode can be seen for miles. But that means you shouldn't really be using it!

The other 6 settings are much better for on the bike. On full power, you get a powerful 1300 lumens, enough for nighttime off-roading.

Moon X Power 1300
£119.00
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Light and Motion Imjin 800

Having used this light for a few years now, it's safe for us to say that 800 lumens is easily enough for dark countryside commutes.

The head is really small but the battery pack is quite large, so you'll need a bit of space on your frame to attach it.

Light & Motion Imjin 800
£139.99
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Moon X Power 2500

A huge amount of power for the money.

This Moon will light up night rides amazingly well and the lower powered modes run for ages.

Moon X Power 2500 Front Light
£143.30
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Hope Vision R8

One of the best products that Hope has ever made.

These things put out 4000 lumens and last for years. For a dedicated winter commuter, there really is no better light.

Hope Vision R8
£239.00
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Cateye Volt 6000

We couldn't do this list without this insane light.

It kicks out so much power that it needs its own fan to cool it. 6000 lumens will make the night feel like daytime. It is rather pricey though!

Cateye Volt 6000
£636.04
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Need a smaller option? Check out these USB Rechargeable lights!

What have we missed? Email us at deals.road.cc!

The deals listed on this page are the best deals on the best cycling products we can find. If you purchase anything as a result of clicking on a deal, Farrelly Atkinson Ltd may earn some commission: on some we do, on some we don’t. Any money that we earn goes in to paying for road.cc and its sister sites off.road.cc and ebiketips.