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    Suggest simple lights

    I want to buy a simple lights for my bike, a Calfee Dragonfly Pro 62CM. I want to buy a slim one,not too big. What do you guys suggest?
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    If you want a production bike light, you could look at the Cygolite and NiteRider self-contained types. They can be recharged from a computer's USB port, which is useful if you commute and want to top off the battery at work.

    http://aebike.com/product/cygo-lite-...t7889-qc30.htm

    If you're open to getting a flashlight and rechargeable cells, also see my suggestions in this thread:

    http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...light-up-to-80

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    I don't believe they get any slimmer or more simple than the Knog lineup. I'm partial to the Boomer head- and tail- lights. Check 'em out at www.Knog.com.au
    Chaad--'95 DeKerf Team SL, '02 Lemond Buenos Aires, '05 Novara Buzz, '73 Schwinn Collegiate, '06 Mountain Cycle Rumble, '09 Dahon Mariner D7, '12 Mercier Nano, '12 Breezer Venturi

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