ZapWorld.com PowerLight (25w) Older Lights

ZapWorld.com PowerLight (25w) Older Lights 

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ZapWorld.com PowerLight (25w)

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[Sep 08, 2000]
John
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

I own a ZAP powered bike which I use for commuting. It has two opposing electric motors, giving 2-speeds. Great invention, especially after a long day at work and a ride home in over 100*F heat. Only thing, when I stop by friend's houses in the afternoon and stay late, I tend to forget my bike light. Since there's a ZAP battery on the bike anyway, why not get this hardwired one (and forgo getting a traffic ticket from the Davis police!)? Seemed like a great idea to me.

Weakness:

Ok, it seemed a bit pricey for a 12v light, but the whole ZAP system host several hundred $$.

Really bright compared to regular AA-powered lights.

Similar Products Used:

Cateye 2-stage, 4-AA light.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 16, 1999]
Rob Means
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

inexpensive on per watt basis. Lasts forever with power assist battery.

Weakness:

Must buy power assist system for $375 - 450 first.

If you're thinking of getting a power assist for your bike, here's another good reason to do it.

Similar Products Used:

Specialized PreView 2.5

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RATING
4
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