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Old 08-30-06, 03:18 PM   #1
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Winter light recommendations

I'm looking to buy a set of lights for around 130 ($240) that will work in the pitch black. I have a friend who commutes with a Lumicycle light which looks pretty good but was also considering a dinotte. and was looking for more views and experience.

I have been commuting on lit roads for over few years with the simple led's that get you seen but don't really show the way, last year i bought a set of cheap cat eye lights for a bit more visibility so i could also see the upcoming pot holes but when i tried these off road the vibrations were so bad i could see bu99er all.

Hence i want a sturdier brighter light for off road use.
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