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    May hell shine on your trail!


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    Wtf is that? I can't begin to imagine the potential for pain infliction in the event of an endo

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    I think they need help with aesthetics on these things. Is this a light housing or an imperial roof?
    I will suffer no butt-hurt fools!

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    I've seen these sold on other websites. I'm surprised the Amazon dealer is trying to sell them. You couldn't pay me to put something like that on my bike. These have, " Give me my money back", written all over them.

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    Mountain Cycle Shawn - are you thinking about running this light on your electric fat bike?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat-man-do View Post
    I've seen these sold on other websites. I'm surprised the Amazon dealer is trying to sell them. You couldn't pay me to put something like that on my bike. These have, " Give me my money back", written all over them.
    Why, because they are ugly or poor quality. Everytime I read reviews about SecurityIng, they are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scar View Post
    Mountain Cycle Shawn - are you thinking about running this light on your electric fat bike?


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    For the record, I would never consider owning or riding a fat electric bike. Oh, say hi to your wife for me!

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    Wow, having a bad are we? Guess you did not see the smiley face? I have been reading the electric fat bike threads and amazed at the emotion they are causing. Saw that you had posted in that thread and thought I could joke with you. Guess not.


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    Oh, you're good man, I'm just giving you shit! You also have a great day. Hope the weather is better there than here. The wind is like 50 MPH here. It sucks!

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    I'm just glad it has arrows on the top showing which way to point the thing. Cripes, that thing could blind you if you pointed it in the wrong direction.

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    Btw, I have a Securitying light that has worked well for me - the battery that came with it holds a charge well. So far, so good. One of these. I'm gonna take a wild guess though and mention that it probably doesn't put out 5,600 lumens as advertised...

    Amazon.com : SecurityIng Waterproof 5600 Lumens 5X T6 LED Bicycle Light 3 Modes Headlamp Bright LED Bike Lamp Headlight with 8.4V Rechargeable Battery Pack and Charger for Outdoor Riding, Camping and Other Activites : Sports & Outdoors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Why, because they are ugly or poor quality. Everytime I read reviews about SecurityIng, they are pretty good.
    No, it has nothing to do with SecurityIng. The lamp is big, heavy, ugly and made by Trustfire more than likely....need I say more? Really though, how much light do you need coming off the bars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat-man-do View Post
    made by Trustfire more than likely....need I say more?
    Yes, is Trustfire a good company?

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    That would make an interesting flasher...
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