A clever combination of reflector and light the SquareOne 80 lumen rechargeable front bike light is a must have accessory for any commuter or road cyclists.
Great as an extra warning light for night or daytime usage the SquareOne has 5 operating modes. With IPX6 water proofing and smart mode this light is packed with features all coming in just 41 gams.
Motion sensing technology
Auto on/off intelligently controls the lights status based on the motion detected as your ride.
The innovative EasyClip feature allows you to remove the light from the bike and attach it to a bag or clothing as required. When you're done simply clip it back onto the strap and ride on.
With up to 35 hours battery life you'll always be ready for your next journey. When its time to recharge that's easily achieved via a micro USB cable (included).
|High on||80 lumens
||40 lumens||4hrs 30mins|
|Dimensions||42.5mm x 40.8mm x 21.5mm|
|LED / Bulb||White|
|Charging||Micro USB (cable included)|
If you need your lights quickly we offer Express delivery otherwise our Standard delivery takes 2-3 days. All deliveries are trackable and we will send you a tracking number when your order is shipped.
Standard: Free over £50 spend, otherwise £2.99
Express: £1.99 over £50 spend, otherwise £3.99
Like most online stores we charge additional postage to the Highlands & Islands and Northern Ireland. This is to cover the additional cost from the courier.
Read our delivery information for full details.
What is a lumen?
Lumens measure how much light you are getting from a bulb. The more lumens you have the brighter the light; fewer lumens means it's a dimmer light.
Do lumens matter?
Yes they do however it also depends on the ambient light conditions and which mode you are using. A 10 lumen rear light with a flashing pattern can be more effective than a 80 lumen solid beam at getting you noticed.
How many lumens should my front bike light be?
For general road use between 400 and 1000 lumens is recommended. For off-road use or unlit roads 1000+ lumens is advisable. Just make sure you're not dazzling other road users.
How many lumens should my rear bike light be?
A rear bike light can range from 5 lumens up to 300 lumens. Remember your rear light is about being seen rather than lighting your way. Look out for flashing patterns and breaking modes rather than a super high lumen rating.