You can get USB recharging lights that can go for 8 hrs in flashing mode. Much better than burning through batteries and finding places to recycle them.Thanks for the replies, I don’t need a light to charge from the USB port, just be powered by it, it does not have to be a powerful light as it’s just secondary to my Cateye Volt 1200, so a low power flashing one would be fine, I like to have a constant light and a flashing light front and rear for when I commute on dark country lanes.
Anyway, if a small flashing light cannot be run of the USB port I’ll keep using my little AA battery powered one.
Hi Sinar. Did you ever find a micro USB POWERED bike light? I've got a BH with a 6V port and I would love to run a powerful light off it.Hi,
Are there any front lights that can be powered by the Bosch intuvia micro USB port, I have a front light that will charge via usb but the light can’t be on while it is charging.
Any suggestions appreciated.