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Old 08-31-05, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Daily Commute
2manybikes, I think I got for about $300 if you include the sale price, 10% rebate in the form of Team Performance Points, and 20% coupon and then add on shipping. You should never buy an HID unless it is discounted AND you are using a 20% coupon.

My biggest gripe (and I repeat it often) is that the instructions say to turn it off immediately when the low battery light comes on. That means you need a second light (or second battery) as a back up for regular night commuting.
I think you got a good deal. There are a lot comparable lights for $400 and up. I think this is a good
report that someone who is headlight shopping could really use.

Good point about the discounts and the coupons. Too late for me !

The way I think, I would carry a small back up anyway. I bet that's pretty common.
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