A good light with 5 modes, the Cat Eye Volt 700 front light comes recommended
The Moon XPower 780 front light feels solid and comes with a range of settings
The Light and Motion Urban 650 has a good consistent light beam, with side lights that give good side visibility
A robust yet lightweight unit, the Lezyne Power Drive XL front light is sturdy and bright but could do with better battery life on the brightest settings
A great light for urban commuting and country lane riding. Exposure Lights Sirius Mk3 front light comes highly recommended.
A strong light that can double as a conventional torch, the Gemini Xera LED 850 flashlight comes highly recommended
A compact and all round good light with practical and varied beam settings, the Luu Pico Pro front light is a strong choice
Exposure Blaze acts as a bright, compact and easy to use rear light which our tester liked.
Hope do provide extra special pieces of kit that work thoroughly well, though is a rear light with an external battery a little overkill at £95?
Exposure's Toro MK6 comes with some great updates including a OLED Status Display that gives you battery life on screen.
Hope R4 LED front bike lights covers all your seeing needs at this time of year, whether that is on or off-road
Lezyne Marco Duo comes as a front and rear bike light in one well built unit. Can it live up to the unique idea?
Exposure Strada Mk5 Front Light £269.95
Fizik Rapid 3 rear light £24.99
Bike light test: Knog Road Blinder 3 200L £69.99
Bike light test: Lezyne Femto F+R £12.99 each
Bike light test: Blackburn Scorch 180L £49.99
Bike light test: Electron Milli set £29.99
Bike light test: Light and Motion Urban 200 £69.99
Bike light test: Cateye Rapid X £39.99