"Just what I was after. This little clamp was bought for an older Cateye that I had so that I could add it to my newer light set-up and I'm very pleased I bought it. It fits my 32mm bars with no problems and holds more securely than the newer pull-tie kind of set-up (which in my opinion is just a cheap option for Cateye). Good stuff."
"Not a lot to say really - this cable looks good and chunky and strong. The price is pretty reasonable too to protect your pride and joy (in conjunction with a sturdy D-lock). But I can't comment on performance as nobody has tried to get past it yet (and long may that continue!). It does however shout "You can't cut me!" with orange ends and sturdy looks. The extra length on this one is great for looping up four bikes at once too."
Pros: Great Value, Rugged, High Quality, Good Fit
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Mars 3.0 LED Safety Rear Light
Named after a bright red planet visible from afar, the Mars 3.0 rear light has seven super-bright red LEDs inside a sleek water-resistant case, and has a no-quibble lifetime warranty.
This light is very bright for a rear light at this price so fulfils what I need from it straight away really. The little orange side lights are also pretty neat and seem part of the design rather than an afterthought.
The bracket seems pretty sturdy and there are two options to suit your particular set-up.
I can't yet comment on it's long term durability and waterproofness but I also have no reason to assume it would fail in either of these areas.
If you need a new rear light go buy one!"
Pros: Great Value, High Quality, Versatile
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Altura Airstream Lycra Waist Shorts
Excellent value lycra waist shorts with an 8 panel construction for a close anatomic fit. The multi-density stretch seat pad provides effective cushioning and vibration absorption for comfort on long distance rides.
"Had these a good couple of weeks and I have to say that they are a good fit (except the waist, more of that later) well padded and good value.
Straight from the first ride the padding I found superb - not a sore cheek in sight! However they are a little longer than I am used to - not a major problem there though. The one problem I have is that the waist band is very tight - I know what you're thinking 'not as slim as I think I am' but honestly I am slap bang in the middle of the size I purchased and the waist band is uncomfortably tight to the point that I pushed in a pair of sharp nail scissors and cut the elastic in a couple of places.
Overall though, now I have done that, I am very happy with these shorts as they are comfortably padded and great value. Although I cannot yet comment on the durability (though there is nothing to suggest that they will fall apart!)"
"As the title says really - you get what you pay for with these glasses. I bought these primarily for morning and evening commuting in low light and dark conditions and they are fine for that. I'm not planning on changing the lens's too often anyway but I don't think they'd stand up to being changed often.
The quality of these is average, but fine for the price I would say and they don't steam up much either.
Overall reasonable quality and performance for the price you pay hence I would recommend them for similar use to me. However more expensive ones would be better for more serious use."
"This is a good little pump for the price. Firstly and most importantly, it does what it says - it pumps to a good pressure with relative ease (okay, if you need to do this often then it might take a while, but buy a track pump instead), so it's good for an on the bike pump. The bracket is neat and unobtrusive and grips the pump very well, I would be very surprised if it ever came off by accident. It also feels good quality with a solid aluminium (I presume) body and is comfortable to use. A good price too."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality, Lightweight