Cute, compact lights with decent output and run times but price is a big turn off
Decent front light let down by a so-so rear
Potent, tuneable safety lights for general riding, though maybe more modes than required
Simple safety lights with decent output and rapid charging times
Stylish and user-friendly town lights with decent output
Sets a high standard for wallet-friendly commuter lights but the Radbot's subdued peripheral presence was slightly disappointing
Bright light and a good two-for-one idea, but unfortunately the mounting lets it down
Really good lights, but price, weight and mounting options hold them back slightly
A great set of round-town winter commuting lights
Very bright, clever lights; maybe a bit too clever for their own good
Smart looking lights bright enough for daily commuting and easy to mount to the bike
Well made back up light for country lane use or urban commutes. Good visibility but watch those burn times
Superb front and rear light set but undeniably not cheap.
Brilliant - in many senses of the word - at a reasonable price
Good value lights, with a strong front beam for the price and very visible rear combined flash/constant mode
Lightweight, tough & simple USB lights, but retention straps aren't great & moisture sealing's a worry.
Light, relatively bright, and easy to use but easily cross-threaded end caps let them down
Slightly quaint but nonetheless very capable pairing for commuting and less demanding nocturnal riding
Surprisingly effective tertiary lighting that's delightfully frugal to run
Lots of clever ideas, but the execution and brightness isn't up to the job.