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Post  bferrey 2008-10-08, 06:10

Si,

Read your post about the cheap nightllights. Look good.

How are you attaching the light to your helmet? Are you adapting the belt that comes with the torch or is there some other kind of general purpose mount that you use?

Regards,

Ben
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Post  speedy_daz 2008-10-08, 07:42

OK Im not Kona Dave but I use one of these http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.12000
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Post  woody1200 2008-10-08, 10:49

bferrey wrote:Si,

Read your post about the cheap nightllights. Look good.

How are you attaching the light to your helmet? Are you adapting the belt that comes with the torch or is there some other kind of general purpose mount that you use?

Regards,

Ben
sometime to get stuff cheeap you may have to look in Eroupe
just change to English.
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Post  bferrey 2008-10-08, 14:10

thanks guys.

btw, another very good european bike shop is bike-discount.de

i used to use them a lot when i lived in germany and they were more or less the cheapest around.
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Post  Si 2008-10-08, 17:54

Hi Ben,

I use a velcro bar mount and pass it through the vents in my helmet.

http://thephotonshop.co.uk/page64.htm

I suppose it depends on the shape of your helmet.

ta

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Post  Si 2008-10-12, 09:13

Ben, have you got some details/ a link to your 600 lumen ultra cheap light?

ta

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