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Bicygnals

Flashers of inspiration

Bicygnals

Flashers of inspiration

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Bicygnals

Fix the front unit onto the handle bars

Forget wheelies, no-hands and bunny-hops; riding a bicycle is about staying safe and being seen. That's why it's vital to signal when turning. The trouble is you need to take your hand off the handlebars, stick it out and risk high-fiving a lamp post, walloping a wing mirror or face-slapping a pedestrian. That's why you need Bicygnals.

Bicygnals

No need for hand signals!

These ingenious bicycle lights feature wireless indicators that can be operated with a flick of the thumb - no frantic arm-waving required. Brilliant! Wireless technology enables both front and rear indicators to work in perfect sync. Simply slide each sleek light cluster onto the adjustable clamps and you're away.

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Wireless communication between the front and rear units


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Rear unit fits comfortably under the seat


The super bright orange LED indicators are visible from the side as well as head-on, so fellow road users will always know when you're about to make a turn. There's even a hazard-style distress function. And thanks to a super bright 5 LED headlight, super bright 3 LED rear light and integrated front and rear reflectors your bike will be brighter than the brightest bike in Brightville. In fact you'd have to be pretty dim not to appreciate the benefits of owning a set of Bicygnals.

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Impressive front unit!


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Both units clip together for easy storage

If you're worried about getting your hi-tech lighting system pinched, worry not. Bicygnals slip off their clamps in seconds and both units slot together to fit in a nifty carry case. Thinking about it, it's worth buying a bike just to champion the cause of these potential life-savers. They look pretty cool too.
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When clipped together the units slide nicely into the carry case


Battery operated, Bicygnals comply with road vehicle lighting regulations and can be fitted onto virtually any bicycle. So unless you're pootling around on some daft contraption sans handlebars and saddle post we strongly suggest you stay safe with a set of Bicygnals. Ding-ding!

Bicygnals

Front bracket

Rear bracket

The unit just slots into position!



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Please note:
  • Front and rear units are not 100% waterproof - store units in a dry place between use
  • Front light must be used in conjunction with a BS6102/3 approved light
  • Reflectors must be used in conjunction with a BS6102/3 approved reflectors
  • Never look directly into light source
  • Wirefree communication can be affected by external conditions or low batteries
  • Front and rear units are matched and coded
Features:
  • Detachable front and rear bicycle lights with integrated wirefree indicators
  • Complies with Road Vehicle Lighting Regulations
  • Wirefree communication
  • 5 super bright white LED's head light
  • 3 super bright red LED's rear light
  • Flashing and Non-flashing Lighting Modes
  • 8 super bright orange LED's front indicators
  • 6 super bright orange LED's rear indicators
  • Side visibility
  • Ergonomic and adjustable front and rear clamps
  • Front and rear units clip together for easy carrying
  • Storage carry case included
  • Low battery indicators
  • Swivel rear clamp
Contents:
  • 1x front Bicygnal indicator unit
  • 1x rear Bicygnal indicator unit
  • 1x front bracket
  • 1x rear bracket
  • 1x M5 allen key
  • 4x AA batteries
  • 4x AAA batteries
  • 1x carry case
Battery requirements:
  • 4x AA batteries in front unit - included
  • 4x AAA batteries in rear unit - included
Dimensions:
  • Product - approximately 32cm (W) x 8cm (D) x 3.3cm (H)
  • Packaging - approximately 14.5cm (W) x 7cm (D) x 32.5cm (H)

Customer Reviews

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James Poll, Worthing, West-Sussex - 25th October 2011
Apologies for another question! But could you tell me if these would attach to a Boardman Hybrid Team bike. Mostly the front lights, as the cross bar is a little thick! Thanks in advance.
Mike, The Wirral - 21st June 2011
Firebox says: We're unable to test it specifically Mike, but the attachment is adjustable, so there shouldn't be any issues.
Can someone tell me what type of pwer source they use? If Batterues tehn what type and how long do teh lights run for on average before needing their power source recharged.
Mike, The Wirral - 17th June 2011
Firebox says: 4x AA batteries in front unit (included) and 4x AAA batteries in rear unit (included)
Very good bike lights, however they are over priced.
Kunal, England - 13th January 2011
I was wondering if it was possible to remove the reflectors? (To make it look a bit more aesthetically pleasing).
Joey Everett, Bath - 24th November 2010
Firebox says: They aren't designed to be removed, however with some ingenuity it would be possible.
I got my bike lights yesterday. I must say they are very cool, they are worth every Penny. Firebox, well done on this product. And they are easy to set up. Can't really say much more about them. Just pure quality.
Paul Monk, Gloucester - 7th November 2010