This week's top cycling deals - Lights, lights, lights & 10% off all lights at Evans Cycles

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Featuring this week: Lezyne, Knog, Cateye, Exposure, & Moon!

It's that time of year. The nights are rolling in earlier and the mornings are getting darker, which means its never been more important to make sure you're well lit on your rides.

Over at road.cc the annual light beam comparison engine has been released to help you choose the right light for you. However, while the light beam comparison engine is excellent at helping you choose a light, it doesn't do what the Dealcatcher does, which is find the best light deals.

ALL OF THE LIGHTS IN THIS ARTICLE FEATURE IN THE LIGHT BEAM COMPARISON. That capitalised sentence is very important, because it literally allows you guys to compare the lights on offer here. 

The lights we've picked also have links out to the best prices we've been able to find online. Alongside those deals, we've also spotted a 10% off coupon code over at Evans Cycles that'll help you get even more for your money!

All you have to do to redeem that one is head over to Evans Cycles pop the coupon code 'LIGHTS10' into the box once you've picked one of the deals below - or for any other deal if youv'e found another deal somewhere else in the Evans collection.

Bear in mind, the first two deals from Evans Cycles have taken that LIGHTS10 discount into account within the price we've quoted.

46% off Lezyne's Femto Drive Light Set
WAS £24.99 | NOW £14.99

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The first 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.

The battery life is extraordinary and they tidy away into a desk drawer or a rucksack with no problem. Plus road.cc reviewer _____ really liked them when they went in for test at road.cc.

 

Lezyne Femto Drive Light Set
£14.99
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33% off Cateye's Volt 400XC Front Light
WAS £39.99 | NOW £26.99

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The Cateye Volt 400XC offers reasonable coverage - if the road.cc light comparison engine is anything to go by - when comapred to other similar priced models.

While the road.cc review questioned the options and light output, the Dealcatcher would argue that from the light's showing in the comparison engine, the Volt 400XC is by no means a failure, and should more than do a job between the office and home on a reasonably lit commute.

Not only that, but it looks a lot nicer on the handlebars when compared to many of its peers.

 

Cateye Volt 400 XC Front Light
£29.99
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24% off Knog's PWR Commuter 450 Front Light
WAS £49.99 | NOW £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!

So, gone are the days of you being stuck on a commute home with a dead phone. you'll simply be able to charge your phone while you ride; or once you've stopped of course.

 

Knog PWR Commuter 450
£37.79
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36% off Moon's Vortex Pro
WAS £70.00 | NOW £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.

Sure, it might not be the prettiest handlebar companion, but it may well be the best value.

 

Moon Vortex Pro
£45.00
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25% off Lezyne's Macro Drive 1100
WAS £84.99 | NOW £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.

At this price, the Lezyne certainly outshines its competition.

 

Lezyne Macro Drive 1100XL
£62.99
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23% off Exposure's Joystick Mk12
WAS £144.95 | NOW £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.

Check out Mike Stead's review of the weaker 800 lumen version over on road.cc for a little more information.

 

Exposure Joystick Mk12
£110.49
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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.