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Cateye HL-EL135 Bicycle Light
 



Cateye HL-EL135 Bicycle Light
Retail Price: $24.99
Our Price: $19.82
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Model Year: 2008

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 7756057580635


  

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Description
 
See and be seen. The new HL-EL135 uses three LEDs with OptiCube™ lens technology with a wider beam pattern to see more of the road. This is the perfect compact commuter light.

Features


  • 320 hours flashing mode
  • 80 hours constant mode
  • Runs on 2 AA batteries
  • FlexTight mounting bracket


Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Good value August 1, 2009
Reviewer: FatManOnABike from Houston,Texas  
I ride hundreds of night miles annually. I've had this light for a couple years and use it with energizer 15 min. rechargeables. It runs forever. While this light is not bright enought for trails, it is a good "be seen" light. I like the "flex tite" no tools mount. This light will easily illumumiate reflective signage 100-150 yards away. The beam is wide both the horizontal and vertical planes. Without streelights, I point it 10-15 feet in front of the bike for a blueish white spot for hazard recognition at 12-15 mph. It works well for that kind of fill in role. I find it quite adquate for periodic darkness, but not a good choice for miles of unlit,dark roads. The light is not bright enough to provide "be seen" functionality when pointed down for "seeing" the roadway. There is not a lot of friction in the sliding battery compartment lid. I occasionally dislodge it when aiming the light. It has never come apart or failed in service.

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