Cateye Rapid X3 TL-LD720 Rear LED-USB Light

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RRP: $100.00
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Description

The Cateye Rapid X3 represents the pinnacle of safety light technology, designed to ensure you're seen both day and night. It easily mounts to almost any application, including round and aero seatposts, seatstays, handlebars, forks and headtubes.

Features:

  • COB LED (150 lm)
  • Mounts securely to seatpost or seatstay with the rubber band (Ø12-32mm)
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • USB rechargeable (Micro USB cable included)
  • Low battery indicator
  • 6 modes * Charging time: 3h
  • Mode memory function
  • Battery Auto Save (The mode automatically changes to flashing when the battery power gets low.)
  • Attaches to the existing CatEye bracket by using the optional Spacer X
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Reviews

4

Might be expensive but worthy.

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Big but Bright.
Strange to turn on and off seem that the side you press to turn on has to be pressed to turn off again????? unsure....

Simple to place on the seat post, and seen from many angles.

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Might be expensive but worthy.

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Big but Bright.
Strange to turn on and off seem that the side you press to turn on has to be pressed to turn off again????? unsure....

Simple to place on the seat post, and seen from many angles.

Specifications

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Cateye Rapid X3 TL-LD720 Rear LED-USB Light4990173031122

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