SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light – 300 Lumens – Cycle Torch Shark 300 – FREE TAILLIGHT – Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release

SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light – 300 Lumens – Cycle Torch Shark 300 – FREE TAILLIGHT – Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release

SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light - 300 Lumens - Cycle Torch Shark 300 - FREE TAILLIGHT - Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release
@ Safety, Quality and Convenience all Rolled Into One bike light!! Super Bright 300 Lumens! USB Rechargeable (USB Cord Included!)

Flat Beam Technology – Help the people around you by not blinding them

with your light!! Safety First!! See and be seen by all around you….

Water Resistant – Ready for a quick ride in a cool rain?? Don’t worry, we have you covered!

Li-ION Samsung Battery – a name you can trust!!

Four Different Working Modes:

High – 300 Lumens – 1.5 Hours

Medium – 150 Lumens – 3 Hours

Low – 50 Lumens – 15 Hours

Flash – 30+ hours!
CylceTorch Shark 300 If you just beginning to enjoy life on the road or if you

have completed 2 Iron Man races and are a pro, this is the perfect bike light for you!!


BUY NOW with Confidence, we’ve got you covered with our 1 Year 100% Money back Guarantee!

  • ★ 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!! If you are not completely satisfied with our product within the first year, we will replace it with a new one or refund your money, no questions asked!! Our Customers Matter!!
  • ★ EXTREMELY BRIGHT USB RECHARGEABLE Bike Headlight with 300 Lumens to Illuminate the Darkest Path in the Night, GUARANTEED! You can take it even Off-road.
  • ★ FLAT BEAM TECHNOLOGY – Shark 300 has a flat shape light beam – Drivers of oncoming traffic or other pedestrians around you will thank you for not blinding them!
  • ★ FREE HIGH QUALITY TAIL LIGHT – Comes with the purchase, increase your visibility, now with 360 degree PROTECTION
  • ★ USB RECHARGEABLE bike light- Stop wasting your money on batteries! With the Shark 300 all you need is a USB cord (included!!) and a power source to recharge! Approx charge time: 4 Hours

List Price: $ 90.99

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3 thoughts on “SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light – 300 Lumens – Cycle Torch Shark 300 – FREE TAILLIGHT – Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release

  1. 18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A lot for the money, June 20, 2015
    By 
    Richard Klein (Worcester, MA, USA) –
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    This review is from: SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light – 300 Lumens – Cycle Torch Shark 300 – FREE TAILLIGHT – Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release
    I compared this headlight to a NiteRider Mako 100 and a Cateye HL-EL530. I decided not to include my Cateye HL-EL300 because the lens is scratched and cloudy. I put fresh batteries in all the lights and fully charged the Cycle Torch Shark 300. The Cycle Torch mount is elegantly simple and fit over my thick foam grips, but I don’t expect it to last as long as the other mounts. It should last for several years, at least, probably as long as the rechargeable battery. It also doesn’t allow for changing beam aim side to side, but I didn’t find that to be an issue. You press the power button once to turn it on to high beam, once more for low beam, and a third time for flashing. Hold the power button down for a few seconds to turn it off. I’d prefer to press the button a fourth time to turn it off, but the long press works fine. The Shark 300 is visible from the side mostly from light bouncing off the top and bottom lips of the housing, which works great from most angles, but the Mako 100 might be more visible from some angles, thanks to its side ‘gills’. Both the Mako and the Shark have very similar light patterns and I couldn’t tell the difference in light output. Both patterns were diffuse with a hot spot at the center. The hot spot was a little more pronounced on the Mako and the housing on the Shark casts shadows on the top and bottom of the pattern. I preferred the pattern on the NiteRider Mako, but they were awfully close. The Cateye somehow just seemed outclassed in this company. Based just on the light output, I think the NiteRider Mako 100 edges out the Cycle Torch Shark 300 by a hair, but Cycle Torch includes a USB rechargeable battery, a tail light, and gorgeous, reusable packaging for the same price. I’ve got to hand it to Cycle Torch. This is a really nice light! I have a bunch of pictures to upload when I can get onto my computer.

    Instructions for the tail light weren’t included. Unscrew the body to change batteries (2X CR2032). Depress the lens to cycle the light between solid on, quick flashing, slow flashing, and off.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great light, although a little disadvantaged by being the “middle child”, July 29, 2015
    By 
    Julian

    This review is from: SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light – 300 Lumens – Cycle Torch Shark 300 – FREE TAILLIGHT – Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release
    Ah, the middle child. The Cycle Torch Shark 300 strives to be the smaller brother of Shark 500, and the bigger brother of the Cycle Torch Night Owl, but it seems to feel a little lost.

    —THE GOOD—

    >> Retaining the great light spreading characteristic of the Shark 500, the Shark 300 is also able to spread the light is a somewhat rectangular shape, which illuminates the road nicely at night, instead of an unfocused beam of light that spreads everywhere. The shaping of the light is all due to the black plastic hood that protrudes out the front of the light. The light does not spill in unnecessary directions and blind oncoming drivers. This is my favourite thing about this light.

    >> The locking mechanism of the light works great, and is easy to take off.

    >> The light can be dismantled through unscrewing the two screws that hold the plastic covers together (at the tail end of the light), and the 18650 battery contained within can be changed if you wish, should the current battery stop holding its charge. This is one advantage over the Night Owl light in particular, and it’s great because it ensures the longevity of your purchase – that you never have to throw the light away simply because the battery stop holding charge. Now, you can just replace the battery!

    >> The feel of the button has been improved over the Shark 500 torchlight. The button travels downward less than before during each press, and there is a nice positive “click” feeling everytime you press it. It makes it much easier to switch between modes when the light is on your handlebars.

    >> 300 lumens is generally good enough for commuting, and is adequate for lighting up most streets at night. You wouldn’t want an ultra bright light just for commuting, because you could blind drivers in the oncoming direction! And because the maximum lumen output is decreased, while the battery is the same capacity, this also means that the Shark 300 has an extra hour of runtime (2.5 hours at max output), compared to the Shark 500, which can only manage 1.5 hours at max output.

    >> The complete matt black finish of the Shark 300 may appeal to some when mounted on their handlebars.

    >> The free tail light included in the package is bright, and it works great!

    —THE BAD—

    >> For $10 more, I could get its older brother in the same form factor, higher lumen output, albeit in a different colour. If you are completely comfortable with 300 lumens for your daily riding needs, chances are that 200 lumens will also be enough for you. For a few dollars less, you could also get its smaller brother instead, the Night Owl, that comes in a more compact footprint. The Shark 300 faces a little bit of an identity crisis here, with no distinguishing feature in particular.

    >> I don’t foresee the silicone band locking mechanism wearing out anytime soon, but it might be been nice to just include another piece of the silicone band in the package.

    So! Let’s help the Shark 300 out a little bit on who it’s supposed to be. If you’re looking for a daily commuting light, want the flexibility to replace the battery when you need to (in the long run), like the matt black finish, are comfortable with 300 lumens for commuting (and happy to save the 10 dollars), and enjoy great customer service from Cycle Torch, this is the light that you should be getting!

    I have also added pictures to help you out on your decision in buying the best light for you. The lights: Shark 300, Night Owl, and GT 800 have been compared on my bike’s handlebar to give you an idea of the size, and how big they are relative to each other. I hope the pictures help!

    *Disclaimer: I received a review unit in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Batting 500: I got (1) lemon and (1) solid product., August 16, 2015
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    This review is from: SUPERBRIGHT USB Rechargeable Bike Light – 300 Lumens – Cycle Torch Shark 300 – FREE TAILLIGHT – Fits ALL Bikes, Water Resistant, Easy Install & Quick Release
    Let me first say I have never rated anything on Amazon a one-star. I generally get my purchases right and am realistic consumer. After much research, the Superbright 300 from Cycle Torch was exactly what I was looking for, I ordered two of these units for myself and wife. I meticulously followed the instructions (charged 100% before using) understood how the settings work etc..

    I tested both lights before we got out and all was well. However, once it was getting dark (many miles out at this point) I turned my light on to the lower beam… within a few minutes the light bulb turned off (the blue on/off light was still on). I cycled through the settings and only the brightest setting would even cast a very dim light on the road — the middle nope and lowest didn’t even turn on — not a fun experience.

    My wife’s light worked great and this was an easy comparison! I get it, I got a total lemon! P.S. I checked my battery settings to see if it was fully charged after I got back home and it showed 9/10 so that wasn’t the issue.

    I ordered a replacement but feel leery about the longevity of this product. Hoping someone can share some confidence with me or I may end up returning both.

    TBD

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