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Kevin K
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Graham O wrote:Unfortunately Rose is waiting for deliveries of the Cyo in week 44. Anyone know when that is please?
Assuming calendar weeks, it's this week! Kevin
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kwkirby02 wrote:
Graham O wrote:Unfortunately Rose is waiting for deliveries of the Cyo in week 44. Anyone know when that is please?
Assuming calendar weeks, it's this week! Kevin


Thank Kevin,

I don't work to weeks, so never know!

Graham
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Neither do I Graham, but the Excel WEEKNUM() function can be useful sometimes!
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A couple of weeks ago I changed my IQ Fly for a Cyo 40 Lux. Distance is just as bright but it lights up the road from the front of the wheel onwards. The reflector doesn't appear to block any useful light at all.

I'm very pleased with it. It's very good to be able to see potholes and debris in the road clearly. I think you have to make a choice - if you're looking for the most light available then the 60 Lux will be the right one. If 40 Lux is sufficient then the extra illuminated area is a benefit worth having.

As I say I've just replaced the Fly on my hybrid utility bike with one. On my tourer (Trek 520) I'll probably replace the fly with a 60 Lux Cyo.
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