The HL-EL530 has set standards in brightness, producing over 2200 candlepower from a single white LED. This is possible due to CatEye’s exclusive OptiCube™ technology. The HL-EL530 offers up to 90 hours of runtime on 4 AA batteries. It features an innovative magnetic switch, side visibility, a FlexTight™ bracket, and is highly water resistant. The TL-LD1100 is the latest and brightest tail light from CatEye. It is highly water resistant, has 4 different modes, and offers side visibility. With 10 super bright LEDs and CatEye OptiCube™ lens technology, the TL-LD1100 is designed to be bright enough to be used even during the day.
Cateye EL530 Features:
Uses 4 AA batteries
More than 90 hours of runtime
FlexTight™ mounting bracket
Highly water resistant
Cateye TL1100 Features:
Runs over 50 hours on constant or 100 hours on flashing
4 modes (flashing, constant, side to side & random)
Highly water resistant
Clothing Clip(C-1N) included
23.5 - 32.5 mm seat post mounting
German Customers Please Note:
Wichtiger Hinweis: Dieses Produkt darf in Deutschland nicht an Fahrzeugen im Sinne der Straßenverkehrszulassungsordnung verwendet werden.
Important notice: In Germany, this product may not be used on vehicles in the meaning of the Road Traffic Admission Ordinance.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous good bright make you seen
have read other comment and i agree.front light is very bright and gets you seen.have had drives flash there lights at me for full beaming them it is that bright,the only problem is the light has one bright beam and a projected circle around this.can lead to missing pot holes and puddles if it's not set looking at the floor.
back light faultless 10 leds you can set to all sorts of patterns.shines bright and on the sides.can use in the day it is that bright.great light 5stars
25 September 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent Visability
Comes as a set as pictured:
Front light - Really bright, when its pitch black it projects a circle around the front of the bike at an angle for side visibility. What I would say is I tried this on its own in the pitch black on a pavement and as its very focused you would really need a wider spread light to use with it. Which is a shame, as its very bright but just too focused - hence the 4 stars
Rear light - What can I say? Cant really fault it, perhaps a more secure battery compartment (Not had them fall out, just seems a bit to easy). Two buttons for each set of LEDs, with various jazzy functions. I have the top on constant and bottom on a flash - thus you only need one rear light!
Try and get in chain reaction sale or so, as they are expensive but good.
30 August 2011