Re: Ay Up Lights

Postby Germinator on Fri 31/Aug/12 12:49pm

I like having two LED's in one housing, so there is less faffing around (one light, one extension cable, and one battery in my jersey) and then getting more light output for less than half the money:
Ay-up V4 Adventure = NZ$540, http://www.ayup-lights.com/products/103/
Gloworm X2 = NZ$260, http://www.glowormlites.co.nz/index.php ... t_id=24315

The other thing is, and I am REALLY good at this, the more bits I need for my lights (or anything bike related for that mater) the more likely I am to drop something somewhere. So having a light system with fewer bits is also good from that perspective.

Has anybody heard of any lights taking a "dive", i.e. not being water-proof? I have been lucky as all of my past lights have been OK, apart from some tragic cheapies that I have tried over the years. Ay-Up's and Gloworm certainly seem to be very water tight.
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