This is the front light, and it is USB rechargeable and so there is no need for expensive button cell batteries.
Very small and yet very bright!
Decent battery life for such a small light. The flashing mode is my usual mode and it can easily last throughout the night if required.
Comes with all the mounting hardware! Velcro strap for helmet mounting, rubber strap for handlebar mounting, and cable ties for everywhere else.
Compact front light, with the button on top. The light is about the size of a small chicken nugget.
Two powerful white LEDs, together with excellent optic lens design creates a very bright light!
Micro USB charging port at the back, sealed by a rubber cover
Mounting bracket for the light. The hooks are for the rubber straps to hook on to.
To attach the light to the bracket, just align the bracket with the light and twist it 90 degrees to lock in the position.
Very lightweight at only 25 grams each, including the bracket and rubber strap.
Different mounting methods as shown in the user manual
The 4 different lighting modes for the front light. This model is CG-211W.
Super bright LEDs makes this front light an amazing light. Small, lightweight, rechargeable and inexpensive, there is nothing bad about this light.
In order not to take up space on the handlebar, the pair of front lights are mounted at either side of the stem spacers.
Two cable ties plus a rubber shim are used to hold the lights tightly against the stem spacers.
The lights are able to stay in this downward tilting position even over bumpy roads.
Looks like a pair of headlights coming from either side of the head tube. The cable outer casings does not really block the lights.
View of the front lights from the top. These lights are bright even in the day!
At the same time, I also got the matching rear light for the Merida Scultura 5000 road bike.
Rear light is also available, with the light oriented in a vertical manner.
Also small sized and super bright like the front light.
Very decent battery life, given the small size of the light. The flashing mode is sufficient for an entire night of riding.
Also comes with all the mounting hardware, for mounting the light anywhere on the bike or helmet.
Power button / mode button located at the middle of the light
Micro USB port located at the bottom of the light, sealed by a rubber cover
Bracket for the rear light. Not quite the same as the front light bracket, as this rear version has a tilted mounting point.
The tilted mounting point ensures that the light points horizontally backwards when mounted on the tilted seatpost.
Very lightweight at only 21 grams inclusive of the bracket and the rubber strap
3 bright red LEDs gives out a very visible pattern that is surprisingly bright for such a small rear light.
Various suggested mounting methods for the rear light
4 modes for this rear light. The model is CG-211R.
Mounted just under the seatpost clamp, and does not take up space on the seat post.
Rear light manages to clear the top of the rear tire for visiblity.
These front and rear lights are made in Taiwan and are of good quality. One thing that I like is that the mounting hardware are all provided to cater for all sorts of mounting positions. These mounting methods are also tool free, which means that you can easily remove the light for charging or to move them to another bike, without using any tools at all.
These lights are also very lightweight and compact, which are perfect for mounting on road bikes. USB charging makes these small sized lights more feasible, as there is no need to deal with expensive button batteries that run out rather quickly. If you are looking for some bright, compact and lightweight bicycle lights that are not too expensive, these D-Light front and rear lights are a good choice.