Ascher USB-Rechargeable Ultra-Bright Mountain Bike Light Set

Last updated date: July 6, 2022

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Ascher USB-Rechargeable Ultra-Bright Mountain Bike Light Set

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 37 expert reviews, the Ascher USB-Rechargeable Ultra-Bright Mountain Bike Light Set placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Features: 4 lighting modes, Waterproof, can be used in the rainy day, Super bright with max brightess up to 300 lumens, Lightweight design, easy to carry and storage, and Flexible rubber strap design for fitting most handlebar.

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19,258 user reviews

What experts liked

You can choose from full brightness, half brightness, fast flashing, and slow flashing—all of which improve your chances of seeing the road ahead and let others know you’re in the street.
- The Drive
It also comes with a lithium battery that’s rechargeable with a USB cable, making it easy to charge on the go.
- LifeSavvy
Both the front and backlights also have built-in rechargeable lithium batteries that can be charged with a USB cable.
- The Manual
The waterproof quality can make it an ideal light for any bike.
- Triumph Bike Reviews

What experts didn't like

The buttons may be too difficult to activate with your fingers, especially if you wear gloves.
- The Drive
The mounting bracket isn’t always large enough for some bikes’ handlebars.
- LifeSavvy
A bit loose
- Triumph Bike Reviews

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