mattspurs
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    28 December 2012
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3mm Stretch Neoprene toe cover removes the chill factor on dry, cooler Spring/Autumn rides. Easy to fit and remove, great on it's own or layered under a lightweight overshoe for extra protection.
 
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5 / 5
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Best kit
Posted28 September 2016
fromLondon, UK
" Pound for pound the best bit of winter cycling kit you can buy! "
Pros: Comfortable, Good Fit, Great Value
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 Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
This fantastic little light may just be the best addition to your night riding you can make as it a single high powered LED that pushes out 240 lumens on max power!
 
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4 / 5
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Good honest light
Posted28 December 2012
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fromLondon, UK
" The light is great when the batteries are fresh, I've used to ride fast around Richmond Park in the pitch black and it works really well. I've even assisted two other riders without lights back along an unlit path of about a mile.
The biggest problem is the lack of battery meter or warning light to tell you when you're running low on batteries. When the batteries are low you're restricted to the lowest setting (which is still pretty good) "
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 Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
This fantastic little light may just be the best addition to your night riding you can make as it a single high powered LED that pushes out 240 lumens on max power!
 

Does this come with a QR bracket or not?

One of the reviews says no bracket - the bike mag review says it's excellent!
Yep - the bracket is attached to the light, the whole thing clips away in seconds - v easy
7 years, 9 months ago
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mattspurs
London, UK
 
 Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
This fantastic little light may just be the best addition to your night riding you can make as it a single high powered LED that pushes out 240 lumens on max power!
 

Does this light flash or is it static, what is the burn time on flash if so?

It flashes too - you'll get a few hours on flash mode
7 years, 9 months ago
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mattspurs
London, UK
 
 Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
Vision 1 LED Front Light 2012
This fantastic little light may just be the best addition to your night riding you can make as it a single high powered LED that pushes out 240 lumens on max power!
 

How does brightness/spread compare to say, a NiteRider MiNewt X2?

I'm after a good headlight for trails, and this looks like a bargain compared to the NiteRider gear. Is that just because it's in a single unit and doesn't include batteries? I'm not too fussed about run time or weight, so don't mind not having the Lithium-ion batteries.
The light on full power is pretty amazing - the only issue is when the batteries run low you're limited to the lowest setting. I guess it's just a matter of finding the best AA batteries to get the best life - you can always just keep spare AAs in your bike bag too.
7 years, 9 months ago
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mattspurs
London, UK