And if it’s a USB rechargeable?You don't need a new light, just fix the problem with your existing light. If it is a battery light, it means that the batteries aren't tightly packed. Put a bit of foam rubber in to secure them. If it is a dynamo light, you have a loose contact somewhere.
I don't think he was being seriousLaptop? These lights get charged at home not on the move I’d think
I've just found out that the connections seem to fail after a number of years, the wire kept coming out of the spade connector, the spade connectors which connect the rear to the front light kept disconnecting (the roads in Horsham aren't the smoothest), which I initially didn't notice. Bought new spade connectors, soldered the wires to them, connectors still kept coming off, so have now soldered the connectors to the front light. Everything staying in place so far.If you want rechargable then I've used Niter 750/800 front and solace rear. Absolutely fantastic super bright with wide beam pattern.
If you go dynamo, then Busch& Mueller IQ X are the mutts
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