Well this one is a short blogpost for some lights that might make it easier to cycle at night in the future, but this was not bad a purchase from menkind actually. But this was from a while back and this was time to finally fit now the bike was cleaned again and a vlog that was planned as a new years resolution. But it was time to see how it fits and works. There is no video for this.
|The Front of the packaging|
|The Back of the packaging|
Now it makes things not easy to read and can be confusing, especially on how much text on the back of the packaging and has some clear-ish instructions to be able to make it fit. So lets see how it looks once the packaging is open.
|The ready to open section|
Once its cut you basically get the 2 tubes and the paper on the guide which has more disclaimers and translations and then it was the tubes, now at first it made me confused on how it works, but then It was to then unscrew the cap and it was the batteries in the cellofane to wrap it up, which makes the batteries last longer from factory. so it was then inserted the correct way. it does make it tricky to put it in the correct way.
|The cap and the lights|
|The batteries which were in cellophane|
Once that was fitted, it was time to test how they work
The Fitting and testing:
|When its off|
|This is how it looks on|
|A wider shot,|
Then it was time to put the bike in the Shed to make sure it stays and also it shines nicely in the shed. Which means when its in the dark it will shine brightly.
|The light on the tyre cap on the front|
|The tyre in the back light .|
Now this was simple to use and sure it will be nice to have a look when cycling in the dark. But for now
omracer's Rating: 6/10
The Good Points:
- Easy to Fit
- Quite Bright, even in the day
- Good Value for money
The Bad Points:
- Can be hard to source
- It does seem sort of Flimsy
- Batteries does not easily fit sometimes