Cateye Wearable X Rear Light

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Description

Anyone who commutes and rides at night knows the importance of a good rear light. With the Cateye Wearable X Rear Light, you not only have the ability to mount it on the frame or seat post but also onto your jersey, backpack, saddlebag or selected helmets. Easy to charge with the included USB cable it can last up to 30 hours with only a 2 hour charge time. This is a great option for someone looking for a lightweight and top quality flasher.

Features:

  • COB LED (35 lm)
  • Low profile round shape
  • Clip-on bracket for easy installation to backpacks, saddlebags and clothing
  • Rubber strap bike mount included
  • Li-ion polymer rechargeable battery
  • USB rechargeable (Micro USB cable included)
  • Low battery indicator
  • 6 modes *Charging time: 2h
  • Mode memory function
  • Battery Auto Save (Lighting mode automatically changes to slow flashing when the battery power gets low)

Specs:

  • Dimensions:45.5 x 44 x 16 mm
  • Weight:16.5g (with batteries)
  • Light source:COB LED
  • Battery:Lithium Polymer rechargeable battery
  • Runtime:High mode:1 hr
  • Low mode:10 hrs
  • Flashing mode:30 hrs
  • Rapid mode:10 hrs
  • Pulse mode:10 hrs
  • Vibration mode:13 hrs
  • Recharge time:2 hrs (USB recharge)
  • Mount size:Clip bracket, Universal Band (φ26-32mm)
  • Battery auto save, Low battery indicator

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