Moon Crescent LED rear light - in brief review£21.99

Lighting up your rear end

BikeRadar score4/5

The minuscule size of the Crescent belies its power – its skinny frame produces up to 25 lumens in a narrow strip covering just over half of the shell.

The switch is almost flush with the face of the light, so isn’t always easy to find, especially if you’re wearing gloves. Three steady lighting and three flashing modes cover everything from bright to blinding, and it has good side visibility too.

A simple bungee attaches the bracket securely, and the light’s square mount allows it to be fitted vertically or horizontally.

This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.

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  • Location: Bristol, UK

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