Looking for a great around town lighting system at a very reasonable price? The Duplex is just that. Providing both headlight and rear light in one unit, the Duplex easily mounts to your helmet with an included rubber strap and provides up to 100 hours of run time on only two AAA batteries. The light is easy to operate and can be switched between constant beam and flashing modes simply by pressing and holding a button. Making yourself visible in city traffic can help motorists see you better, and a good helmet-mounted light that is worn on your head, up and away from the distraction of car lights, can really make you stand out in a sea of vehicles. Use your head, and use a light. Features - Dimensions: 70.5 x 28.5 x 23 mm - Weight: 51.5 g (with bracket and batteries) - Light source: White LED x1, Red LED x1 - Battery: AAA alkaline battery x2 - Mount: Rubber band (Long) Modes/Run Time - (Front) Constant mode (15 lumens): 100hrs - (Rear) Constant mode (10 lumens): 100hrs - (Front) Flashing mode (30 lumens): 100hrs - (Rear) Flashing mode (10 lumens): 100hrs
For seeing the road and staying safe, CatEye's EL135/Omni 3 Light Kit includes their fine EL135 headlight and Omni 3 taillight. To light the way, the compact headlight with its no-tools universal quick-release handlebar mount boasts 3 super-bright LEDs, constant and flashing modes, and CatEye's OptiCube lens technology for a wider, 150-candlepower beam with excellent visibility. Meanwhile, for the back, CatEye's Omni 3 with their FlexTight mount and included clothing clip can be placed almost anywhere and it uses their Omni Directional Technology for 360 degrees of visibility and boasts 3 ultra-bright LEDs plus constant, flashing and rapid modes.
CatEye's Go Kit gives you what humans have been searching for since the Paleolithic: light and knowledge - all at an affordable price! For seeing the road and staying safe, you get CatEye's fine EL135 headlight and Omni 3 taillight, plus for tracking all your key riding stats, CatEye includes their 7-function Velo 7 computer. To light the way, the compact headlight with its no-tools universal quick-release handlebar mount boasts 3 super-bright LEDs and a wide beam. Meanwhile, for the back, CatEye's Omni 3 with their FlexTight mount and included clothing clip can be placed almost anywhere and it uses their Omni Directional Technology for 360 degrees of visibility and boasts 3 ultra-bright LEDs plus 3 modes. Then, making every ride even more fun is CatEye's Velo 7 computer that displays your speed, distance, ride time and more on its easy-to-see screen. Like their lights it's easy to mount (to the stem or handlebars) and simple to operate. You'll love the large, bright display, and single large button for easily and quickly changing modes to see how your rides are going.
At just 43 grams, the 100 lumen Volt100XC is a feather light option for commuters, or other riders looking for an affordable way to illuminate a dark street or bike path. The matchstick-style USB rechargeable Li-ion battery charges in just 1.5 hours and puts out 1 hour of lighting on high mode, or approximately 5 hours when in flashing mode. The easy-to-attach rubber bar mount strap means you can keep this light in your pants or jersey pocket during daylight hours, or to avoid theft. For an affordable, lightweight, and reliable option, look no further than the Volt100XC. Affordable minimalism. the USB-rechargeable Rapid micro offers 4 modes of eye-catching illumination. At only 22 grams, whether it's on a seatpost, Fizik saddle or messenger bag, extra weight and bulk are no longer excuses for not being seen. Small in size but big on safety, the Rapid micro has all the features of its big brothers the Rapid X and X2, including low battery indicator, Battery Auto Save and mode memory.
The power to see and be seen is all on your head. Safety should be an important consideration for anyone riding a bicycle, and a premium lighting system like the Volt400 Duplex can play a critical role in the equation, especially when riding in traffic. This helmet-mounted light integrates both headlight and taillight all in one lightweight package. Five front modes vary between a bright 400 lumen constant beam down to a flashing setting, while the rear can be switched between constant and flashing modes. On high, the front will run for 3 hours before the Li-ion battery will need recharging via a convenient USB port, but can go for an amazing 150 hours in flashing mode. In busy city traffic, running bright lights, especially in flashing mode at eye level to many motorists, can be one of the best visual defenses a bicyclist has. Use it. Dimensions - 111.3 x 30.6 x 41.3 mm - Weight: 120 grams (light unit and battery) Features - 400 lumens - High intensity white LED X1, Red LED X1 - Battery: Li-ion rechargeable battery (3.6V-2200mAh) - Low battery indicator - Lighting mode memory function. - Helmet Mount Modes/Run time: Front - High: Approx 3 Hours (400 lumens) - Middle: Approx 10 Hours (100 lumens) - Low: Approx 18 Hours (50 lumens) - Hyper Constant: Approx 9 Hours (400/50 lumens) - Flashing: Approx 50 Hours (60 lumens) Rear - Constant Mode: Approx 25 Hours (10 lumens) - Flashing Mode: Approx 250 Hours (10 lumens) - Recharge time: Approx 3-6hrs (USB2.0 recharge), 3hrs via optional fast-charging cradle - Recharge/discharge number of times: about 300 times (until the rated capacity drops to 70%)
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