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As a Revo Lights owner I like them a lot as a second light source. Since the light is lower to the ground they do a better job of lighting up the pavement immediately in front of you. For being seen, they're much more visible than many of the headlights and tail lights I see on other bikes out at night. Especially from the side, when you're at a stop sign ...
The B&M fork mount adapter not only fits B&M battery lights, but also works with Planet Bike Blaze and a few other inexpensive lights. This fork-crown mount is the same location that Brompton provides lights for, so it shouldn't interfere with folding.
I have a SON Edelux (first generation) on my Brompton (which has a SON hub dynamo), because the original halogen head light was not bright enough for my tastes. Since the SON Edelux is more compact than the original halogen head light, there is no issue at all with folding. But initially I mounted the Edelux with the Brompton's original head light mount ...
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