Rear battery lamp and batteries – excludes brackets
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This battery-powered rear lamp is mounted in place of the factory-fitted rear reflector.
AAA batteries are provided, and the bracket supplied with the existing reflector can be re-used.
Adrian – April 28, 2016:
Great, sturdy light that’s easy to fix in the place of the reflector. bit of a pain having to take it off every time the battery runs out, but this has only happened once since I fitted it so it’s not too much of an issue.
Mem (verified owner) – April 29, 2016:
I ordered this rear light for my new bromtons rear rack, very quick delivery came with fitting instructions, the light was very quick and easy to fit. The light has two reflectors to the side and a very bright light , asphericaly looks fantastic on the rear rack and competitively priced. Very pleased with the performance of the rear light as I do a lot of commuting in the early hours or very late at night.
Anthony Kelly – April 29, 2016:
I purchased this rear lamp and it’s really easy to install and fits snugly into the back end of the carrier, when then bike is folded and parked it protected with the carrier around it ….
Andrew (verified owner) – April 30, 2016:
Easy to fit. It just has a single constant light function and it would be good if it was able to flash to reduce battery life.
Daniel Leslie (verified owner) – December 17, 2016:
I have now owned two of these lights. The first, which was inherited from the previous owner of my brompton, stopped working entirely after it got wet while I was cleaning the bike. Thinking that it may be a faulty unit, I bought a new one from here, unfortunately any time the conditions are slightly damp, the light either stops working or won’t turn off until it had completely dried out. Yesterday on my way home from work, the light switches on fine, but half way home, the fog must have penetrated the electrics as it had turned itself off and wouldn’t turn back on. I expect bike light to continue working whatever the weather and the fact that this one doesn’t, makes it a dangerous product.
For the Fairweather cyclist, it’s a decent light, but if you intend to use your brompton in rain, fog or light drizzle, I would recommend buying a more weather tight light.
Not that bad
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