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Izone Prism Front Light

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Product Description

The Izone Prism front light is a powerful and compact commuter bike light delivering a strong 36 lumen. Side visibility is enhanced thanks to cutaways in the shell and the bracket borrowed from Izone’s Arc range guarantees a secure handlebar mounting.

There are 5 brightness modes to choose with the Prism including High, Low, Fast / Slow Flash and Strobe. Strobe is excellent as a secondary light source to a main system to create a pulsing effect that will draw attention.

Key Features:

  • Lumen: 36 Lumen output
  • Brightness Modes: High, low, fast flash, slow flash and Strobe modes
  • Safety: Excellent side visibility enhances your visibility at junctions and crossings
  • Design: Waterproof for use in all weather
  • Mount: Secure handlebar bracket

    Izone Prism Front Light Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    3.3
    out of 5
    3.33
    Build Quality
    2.5
    Performance
    2
    Value For Money
    5

    Customer Reviews (1)

    3
    Good light but very fiddly bracket

    The light is good and I like the setting where it is on and pulses but the bracket is so bad you just have to leave the light on the handlebar permananetly. Alternatively, you could put the light on an upright bar as the light does spin on the bracket, you then have to pull the band to the side of the light rather than pulling the band underneath the light. Personally, it's fine for me as my bike is either in a garage at home or locked up in a safe place at work with CCTV but it may be inconevnient for some journeys. The problem is that it's the stiff rubber band type of attachment and you cannot get your fingers into the space under the light to pull it tight and clip it on. The advantage is that the bracket is not on the bike so you can use the light on any bike. Oh well, it's worth £5 if you can leave the light attached to the bike.

    The light is good and I like the setting where it is on and pulses but the bracket is so bad you just have to leave the light on the handlebar permananetly. Alternatively, you could put the light on an upright bar as the light does spin on the bracket, you then have to pull the band to the side of the light rather than pulling the band underneath the light. Personally, it's fine for me as my bike is either in a garage at home or locked up in a safe place at work with CCTV but it may be inconevnient for some journeys. The problem is that it's the stiff rubber band type of attachment and you cannot get your fingers into the space under the light to pull it tight and clip it on. The advantage is that the bracket is not on the bike so you can use the light on any bike. Oh well, it's worth £5 if you can leave the light attached to the bike.

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    3.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 2.5/5
    Performance: 2.5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

    Bike Lights Guide

    What are bike lights?

    Bike lights are vital accessories which attach to your handlebars, seatpost, helmet, bag or jersey. Their function is simple – to help you to see and be seen.

    Who needs bike lights?

    Everyone needs bike lights! It’s a legal requirement to use front and rear lights on your bike between sunset and sunrise, but they are also useful when visibility is poor – in the fog for example.

    What are the choices?

    Light technology is ever evolving and the choice is enormous. Always think “the brighter the better” and look for a higher lumen output when choosing. There are lights that run on batteries or beams which can be recharged via plug or a handy USB socket (great for topping up at work). Some lights have battery packs and most have a selection of modes to choose from. You’ll definitely need the brightest lights if you ride wooded trails as you’ll really need to see where you’re going!

    What should I buy with them?

    Spare batteries are handy if your bike runs on these, as is a charger if it’s rechargeable. Spare mounts are always useful, especially if you have more than one bike. A helmet mount points the beam where you’re looking, rather than the direction your bike is pointing.

    Anything else?

    Don’t get caught out – a spare back up light is a great purchase in case your ride goes on longer than anticipated or the lights go out earlier than expected. 

    See our Lights guide for more.

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    We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

    Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

    If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

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