Great bike lights cheap Ascher light set review

Last Updated on November 7, 2021 by FAB Jim The Cyclist

One of the best accessories you can have for your bicycle is a set of lights, and I have a great light set to recommend to you.  Not only do I use my lights at night, but I also use them whenever I am on the road to help cars see me.  So even if you don’t ride at night, they are good to have.  And if you ride at night, you must have lights!  I’ve been using this light set by Ascher for about 3 years now and have had no problems. 

Ascher Bike Light Set


USB rechargeable- comes with charger cords to plug into any USB plug.  Each light has a 650mah battery.  I don’t think these have ever gone dead on me I charge every other week.  When they are done charging it will show a green light.

4 light modes- full brightness, half brightness, fast flashing, and slow flashing.  Most of the time I have both of mine in slow flashing mode.  In the dark I use full brightness for front and slow flashing for rear. 

Easy installation- you can either use the silicone band to install on your bars and seat post, or they have a clip which can be used to attach to a seat bag.  This is a great feature as I have many bikes and flip the lights between them.

LED- these are bright and easy on the batteries for long use.

IPX4 waterproof- will continue working if you get caught in the rain.

Lights are a must have accessory for every bicyclist.  Don’t risk your life getting caught in the dark without them.  These are too cheap to not buy. 

These get a FAB rating of great buy.  Buy yours now from Amazon

Ascher USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set

Light travels faster than sound. That’s why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.


Published by FAB Jim The Cyclist

Jim has over 40 years of experience with bicycles and loves road and mountain biking and just going for calm cruises. He is a mechanic who has built custom bikes and is also very interested in bike history.

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