Moon Ring Rechargeable Front Bike Light
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Moon Ring Rechargeable Front Bike Light
Code: LAA571-Moon
Moon Ring Rechargeable Front Bike Light
  • 1 pce 15 chips circular ring COB high brightness LED
  • CNC aluminium heat sink
  • Rechargeable lithium polymer battery 3.7v / 280 mAh
  • USB rechargeable
  • 6 modes
  • Quick release patented universal bracket fits all round bars and Aero bars
  • 2 x O rings 20-35mm , 35-52mm
  • Low battery, charging & fully charged indicator
  • Automatic charged cut off system
  • Side visibility
  • IPX4
  • Belt clip bracket, ideal for clothing and bags
  • 270 degrees total light angle
  • 21g
  • 44mm x 31.2mm x 16.5mm



  • Overdrive 60 lumens - 1 hour 50 mins
  • High 35 lumens - 3 hours 30 mins
  • Standard 10 lumens - 60 hours 40 mins
  • 100% flashing 60 lumens - 3 hours 25 mins
  • 20% flashing 10 lumens - 13 hours 30 mins
  • Strobe 30 lumens - 8 hours 10 mins


  • Weight:21g
Mr CSmall and powerful
Chris White, www.ridefar.infoAn excellent choice for a compact, to-be-seen front light for a minimalist look while still being reasonably powerful and having a decent battery life. Plus various mounting options and accessories are available direct from Moon Lights.
JervaiseGreat light for the money, bracket gives plenty of options for attachment
FilthySwedeExcellent small light with several modes to choose from, daytime strobe is noticeably brighter - great for dull and misty days. Head-tube fitment useful too.
StuartSmall, neat, solid and bright - perfect for mounting on the headtube of my winter road bike. Compatible with my old Aldi light mounts, great!
murrayAnother excellent Moon product. Plenty bright enough and light enough to clip on for running @ night.
TimothyGreat light. Had a rear version for 2 years which was very successful. Easy to change from bike to bike and take off at work or cafe.
TravisGood front light for early morning rides. Strobe setting good to draw attention of drivers. Fast recharge time, good build quality and an excellent design for mounting.
Terry HA neat small light, I like the way the bracket can be fitted to the head tube so as it doesn't clutter the bars. Can be removed from the mounting bracket for easy charging. Used to be seen by other road users and not to see the road ahead. It seems to work as now car drivers tend not pull out in front of me quite so often as they did before. I haven't used it for a long enough period for the battery to discharge, but I have used it for over 3 hrs on the brightest flash setting. I have only owned this light for 3 weeks so I cannot vouch for its reliability at this stage. Hope this helps.
MayfieldWorks well; I ride my bike to commute across town and I'm confident that my visibility is much higher now that I have this bright little circle on the handlebars. It comes with three brightness settings; so far I've been able to ride with it on for two hours (cumulatively between rides) without needing a charge; I haven't yet needed to charge it since getting it. Another aspect I quite like is that the mounting system is easy enough to take apart, or I can just remove the light itself whenever I lock up my bike. I'm not sure whether it's a pro or a con, but this is much smaller than I was expecting. I was expecting it to be about twice the size it is; the light is about two centimeters in diameter. I have yet to ride with the light in a truly pitch black setting, seeing as how there are streetlights for most of my route through the city, but the most important thing is as I said: cars can't ignore me as easily. The ground is illuminated well enough too.
ThisdellVery attractive auxiliary light - I'll be using it for daytime safety; bright (very) and tucks nicely under the handlebar stem of a hybrid
JonathanBrilliant light. Really bright lots of settings. Use it on my bag with the clip.
Mr MonaghanI have fitted this to my forks as a secondary light. The mounting bracket lends itself to fitting the forks better than most which leaves plenty of room on the handlebars for big lights, computers, etc.. I would class this as a light to be seen rather than see with so if you are riding on unlit roads motorists will be able to see you but you might not be able to spot the pot hole in front of you.