On Me Bike Lights Review.

Nice design box.

On Me
Bike light that are totally different, that is the way to describe the "On Me Bike Lights", I doubt whether you will see another set of bike lights like these from OnMe Light's and they work in a different way to how you are used to using bike light's.
"How" I can hear you all asking....
"Answer"... They simply "Light Up The Rider" whilst out on the bike... and if they are lighting up the rider, they will be making you more visible to other road users.

The OnMe light up the rider, makes you seen.

Priced at £20.00 including delivery for a front and rear light that is totally different... 

A simple rubber strap holds the OnMe bike light to your bike bars or seat post.
The way that OnMe describe there bike lights.
'Onme®' Lights provide an extremely effective way of lighting the rider making them more visible to other road users.

Whats in the Box: 

Two OnMe bike lights Front and Rear.
1 X USB Charge Lead.

To charge up the OnMe light simply remove the dust cap on the side of the light and insert the USB lead, then simply plug into your Laptop or phone charger, easy, when finished remove the cable, and close the dust cap, switch on and off you go... 


The OnMe bike lights are fitted more or less the same as a lot of other lights on the market, a rubber strap fits around the handle bars or seat post, so It would be suitable for most size bars and seat post out there, I had no problems with fitting, simply find a space on your bars, depending what you already have fitted, you may have to move thing's around, like your bell, or GPS cycling computer, place the front OnMe light in the desired position and feed the rubber strap down and around to fit on the hoop at the rear of the light.

Place the OnMe on top of the handle bars.

Bring the rubber strap up and place the end on the hoop.
Once in place simply screw the globe back on, if you have it right the "I Love Bike" should be facing forward, to turn it on press the "On Button" and simply keep pushing until you get to the setting you need. the OnMe does not have a memory setting, I didn't find this to be a problem.

Video of the OnMe front bike light setting.

Rear OnMe bike light fitting: 

Very easy to do, simply place the main light body around your seat post and secure, then screw the Globe back on, the only thing I had a problem with was the picture on the Globe, I just could not get it to sit straight so the picture of the "Man on the bike" was in an offset position, it would have been nice to have the rider upright. 

OnMe fitted to the seat post side view. 

Would have liked to have the "Bike Rider" in a straight position.

The one thing I do like about the front and rear OnMe bike lights is the fact they make you seen as stated on the OnMe website, "Onme®' Lights protect the cyclist by providing 360 degree visibility of the rider whilst also bathing the rider in a friendly warm light making them highly visible to all road users". 

Rear OnMe Bike light settings.

Safe Cycling with OnMe Lights.

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Pimp My Bike Direction Signal Indicator Cycling Gloves Review

Pimp My Bike Direction Signal Indicator Cycling Gloves Review £39.99

Pleased to share with you all a really fun pair of cycling gloves with a added twist of being a signal pair of gloves for cycling.....

They are from Pimp My Bike and available from Ebay from the link below,

Clear instruction booklet.

The idea is very simple, charge up the LSD light, attach it to the glove, and when you put your arm out to signal to turn right or left the light on the glove will flash as a indicator... and they work a treat.. Read on...


 The backhand of the gloves is made of Lycra, micro fibre material of the palm of the gloves and silicon padding on the palm and silicon on the base on the back.

Great quality packaging.

I really loved the USB cord, it looks and works like a zip, so you can recharge both signal lights together at the same time.. very neat touch.

All Zipped up! 

LED Unit, attache with a Velcro pad, stays in place, I had no problems with the unit falling off.

Simply Pull off to recharge, or whilst you have them washed.

Simple push button to operate.

Nice and neat stitching. 

Silicon padding on the palm.

Easy to follow instruction booklet.

Explanation on how the LSD units operate in the flash indicator mode.

Washing instructions.

12 Months Warranty 

Whats in the Box....

Both light can be charged up with just one USB cord supplied.

Nice centre button for the on off. 


More details are on the Ebay listing for the gloves.
I noticed on the Ebay site they are recommend for the winter, I had them out on a chilly cold ride and had to use a pair of liners to save my fingers from getting too cold, unfortunately I had to swap over to my regular winter gloves as my fingers were feeling the cold, that said, I do feel they will be a great add to safety rides.
The idea for the signal indicator is great, Ideal really for the flat bar cyclist out there, But, and I do say But as I ride a drop bar bike I found when my hands were on the hoods from the sides the LSD were still flashing. at first I thought they were not working, but I had another read and then understood more on why they were still flashing, so I ended up with lights flashing on the side of my bike! So I feel it is a much safer to have them on like this...

Glove Size:

I just got a size sent to me, so I've just reviewed the cycling glove sent to me, it was a large size, big enough to wear a glove liner underneath, so please do check on the right size, 

It says the following on the Ebay listing for the size guide:
The Adventurer X1  automatic LED indicating cycling gloves come in four sizes. Work out your size by measuring the width of the palm of your hand. These measurements are a guide:
·        M – 7.5 – 8.5 cms
·        L – 8.5 – 9.5 cms
·        XL – 9.5 – 10 cms
·        XXL – 10 – 11 cms

I had great fun trying theses out, things I do like are the easy on off Velcro patch, and also that super USB charge lead, like also the idea of having flashing lights on the side of the bike so I can be seen,


On the Ebay listing site they are up for the price of £39.99 which does sound expensive compared to ordinary cycling gloves, but remember the added safety feature of the Bright LSD Light as you put your arm out and signal your intention to pull over... 


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