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BeSeen LED Safety Lights

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4.9 / 5

Stay safe when on the go on your mobility scooter the BeSeen Safety Lights will keep you viable and prevent accidents.
RRP £14.99 SAVE £8.00
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Available for delivery on Tuesday

Product Overview

Whether you’re on a mobility scooter, in a wheelchair or getting out and about with a rollator or tri-walker, you need your mobility aid to be useful 24 hours a day. The BeSeen LED Safety Light keeps you safe and seen in low light conditions, so you can travel after dark without worrying.

The clever design of the BeSeen LED Safety Light means it can be attached to a huge range of different mobility aids. With a flexible rubber clip, this useful gadget attaches easily to the tiller bar of a mobility scooter or the handles of a wheelchair, rollator or tri-walker. Simply hook the rubber over the protruding clip of the light to securely fit the light.

To turn the light on, just squeeze the buttons on the side.The rubber mould can be removed from the light, making battery changes quick and easy. The BeSeen LED Safety Light requires x3 AAA batteries, not included.

Product Specs
Height (cm) 3.5
Length (cm) 7
Width (cm) 6

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All your questions answered
How do you put batteries into the handlebar lights.
Just received two lights with limited instructions.
You`re right, the instructions are not very clear. You have to pull the light out of the rubber casing, out through the front. The casing is very flexible and can be stretched to remove the light. The battery compartment is open, so just put the batteries in then push the light back into the casing. It might be easiest to put it in sideways then turn as you push in while pulling stretching the opening, then just make sure it is positioned correctly.
Do these lights show red or white? Do they flash?
Though my road legal scooter has lights I would feel safer with flashing higher intensity lights especially on the rear.
The BeSeen LED Safety Lights do not flash. They show in a white light. Thank you for your question.
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