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Izone ARC 600 Rechargeable Front Light

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Product description

The Izone Arc 600 is a very powerful and compact front bike light at an affordable price. A dual density heat sink system draw heat away from the sensitive lighting electronics. This means Izone can deliver 600 lumen from an ultra lightweight plastic shell body whilst keeping cost of product down.

You get four different light modes to choose from including Max, Eco, Flash and Strobe. Runtimes vary from 2 hours on Max to 14 hours on Flash so you can optimise the Arc for safety or economy depending on the riding conditions.

Charging is made easy as the Izone Arc 600 is USB rechargeable. Cutaways in the shell enhance your sideways visibility for safety at multiple angles.

Features:

  • 600 Lumen output
  • Dual Density heat sink Internal
  • USB rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • Collimator lens
  • Max, Eco, Flash and Strobe mode
  • Up to 2 hours runtime on High mode
  • Excellent side visibility
  • Waterproof
  • Secure handlebar bracket
  • Battery charge indicator
  • USB charge cable included

Izone ARC 600 Rechargeable Front Light Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.8
out of 5
4.77
Build Quality
4.70
Performance
5
Value For Money
4.83

Customer Reviews (38)

5
Bright

The light is really bright and the battery lasts for quite a long time.. Very happy with it for the price.

The light is really bright and the battery lasts for quite a long time.. Very happy with it for the price.

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4.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Izone ARC 600

At the discounted price, this was an excellent way to test for the first time a modern light that helps you see as well as be seen. Impressed with this light for its field of illumination in front of the bike, its useful different settings and fairly light weight. Took a while to realise that switching on takes two quick presses and switching off one long one, while fastening system also a bit tricky for me at least.

At the discounted price, this was an excellent way to test for the first time a modern light that helps you see as well as be seen. Impressed with this light for its field of illumination in front of the bike, its useful different settings and fairly light weight. Took a while to realise that switching on takes two quick presses and switching off one long one, while fastening system also a bit tricky for me at least.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
2 weeks later...

The swivel part of the mount got looser and looser until it was slopping about almost uselessly. There's a phillips screw under the pad between torch and handlebar that had unscrewed with vibration and twisting during fitting and removal. I pocketed mine on the way to work this morning (still had the hub dynamo light) worried it would fall apart completely. The screw had worked its way out about 2mm, but picking off the pad and screwing it in again made it "as good as new". Something to watch out for if you buy this light.

The swivel part of the mount got looser and looser until it was slopping about almost uselessly. There's a phillips screw under the pad between torch and handlebar that had unscrewed with vibration and twisting during fitting and removal. I pocketed mine on the way to work this morning (still had the hub dynamo light) worried it would fall apart completely. The screw had worked its way out about 2mm, but picking off the pad and screwing it in again made it "as good as new". Something to watch out for if you buy this light.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
Good light - bad strap

Good solid light, reasonable output for price. Seems to charge quickly. Only downside is the horrible fitting, is attached to light, difficult to attach/re-attach, the on and off in same position on my handlebars causing the bar tape to lift.

Good solid light, reasonable output for price. Seems to charge quickly. Only downside is the horrible fitting, is attached to light, difficult to attach/re-attach, the on and off in same position on my handlebars causing the bar tape to lift.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5
5
Great light

Been using this light for a couple of weeks of 3hour rides in atrocious weather - heavy rain and high winds. It's brighter, more diffuse and more versatile than my hub dynamo and Busch&Muller LED light, but feels fiddly to switch between modes and has randomly reported low battery charge (only to return to 'fully charged' minutes later) a few times. I can't imagine a strap-on rechargeable working much better than this, let alone for the price.

Been using this light for a couple of weeks of 3hour rides in atrocious weather - heavy rain and high winds. It's brighter, more diffuse and more versatile than my hub dynamo and Busch&Muller LED light, but feels fiddly to switch between modes and has randomly reported low battery charge (only to return to 'fully charged' minutes later) a few times. I can't imagine a strap-on rechargeable working much better than this, let alone for the price.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Great light with 600 lumens

This is a very good light and good value for money , I use it on a lot of unlit roads and seems to be really good bright enough to see and be seen aswell

This is a very good light and good value for money , I use it on a lot of unlit roads and seems to be really good bright enough to see and be seen aswell

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
As I said.....

This is the second Arc 600 light I've bought. I've now used 2 of these on the front of my winter bike and they are excellent. The lights have never run out on me...2 hour winter rides at night are no trouble. I tend to have both on 'medium' or one on 'medium' and one in 'high'. They are excellent lights. Highly recommended.

This is the second Arc 600 light I've bought. I've now used 2 of these on the front of my winter bike and they are excellent. The lights have never run out on me...2 hour winter rides at night are no trouble. I tend to have both on 'medium' or one on 'medium' and one in 'high'. They are excellent lights. Highly recommended.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
3
Excellent light but problematic to fit.

The light is very good but to fit this with gloves on is a nightmare. The rubber band will snap at some stage and the expensive light will fall. Cold rubber is a not very easy to stretch and the holes in the rubber will wear out soon. I know a lot of much cheaper lights that have at least a proper attachment. Would not have bought if I would have known this.OK if you never have to remove the light but hey it is usb so you will have to.

The light is very good but to fit this with gloves on is a nightmare. The rubber band will snap at some stage and the expensive light will fall. Cold rubber is a not very easy to stretch and the holes in the rubber will wear out soon. I know a lot of much cheaper lights that have at least a proper attachment. Would not have bought if I would have known this.OK if you never have to remove the light but hey it is usb so you will have to.

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3.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 3/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 3/5
4
Does the job

Without Tredz discount I would not have considered this product. It does the job but would benefit from a charger included. It is supposed that you will charge this off your computer which implies that you should charge at 5 volts at 1 amp. If you use a typical tablet charger with a usb socket (eg ipad) it will charge at about 3.6 amps. This is not made clear but should be.

Without Tredz discount I would not have considered this product. It does the job but would benefit from a charger included. It is supposed that you will charge this off your computer which implies that you should charge at 5 volts at 1 amp. If you use a typical tablet charger with a usb socket (eg ipad) it will charge at about 3.6 amps. This is not made clear but should be.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
5
Dazzling. No, really.

So bright that people complain. I have to use the dimmer setting on cycle paths, and yesterday a lady driving in front of me held her hand over her rear view mirror. I can't see that it will be long before there is legislation covering the light pattern and alignment of cycle lights now that for 35 quid (including the voucher) you can get something that dazzles everyone. Off road it's pretty good: good enough at least to hurtle through the park on my way from work, but the problem, again, is that I have to cover or dim it whenever I approach someone coming the other way. I have never had that trouble with a bike light before. The rubber strap has worked quite well thought is painful to remove with cold fingers. It looks as if it will last a while and is a better fixing design than all the previous (read: cheaper) lights I've owned. I like the fact that you can fit it on any part of your handlebars because you can angle it to any direction. The button is a little fiddly to use with gloves and I had to read the instructions to work it out (double-click to turn on, single click to cycle through all four settings, click and hold to turn off). The size is practical: 122g, and solid-feeling. It won't drop through the slots in my helmet when I'm carrying it round the shops and you can easily grab and redirect it while you are moving.

So bright that people complain. I have to use the dimmer setting on cycle paths, and yesterday a lady driving in front of me held her hand over her rear view mirror. I can't see that it will be long before there is legislation covering the light pattern and alignment of cycle lights now that for 35 quid (including the voucher) you can get something that dazzles everyone. Off road it's pretty good: good enough at least to hurtle through the park on my way from work, but the problem, again, is that I have to cover or dim it whenever I approach someone coming the other way. I have never had that trouble with a bike light before. The rubber strap has worked quite well thought is painful to remove with cold fingers. It looks as if it will last a while and is a better fixing design than all the previous (read: cheaper) lights I've owned. I like the fact that you can fit it on any part of your handlebars because you can angle it to any direction. The button is a little fiddly to use with gloves and I had to read the instructions to work it out (double-click to turn on, single click to cycle through all four settings, click and hold to turn off). The size is practical: 122g, and solid-feeling. It won't drop through the slots in my helmet when I'm carrying it round the shops and you can easily grab and redirect it while you are moving.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
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