Product Details

The HL-EL135 with three LEDs and OptiCube™ lens technology for a wider, 150 candlepower beam is the perfect everyday commuter safety light.

The Omni 3 rear light provides 360 degrees of visibility and CatEye exclusive FlexTight bracket and included clothing clip allow you to easily attach the light anywhere you’d like.

Features

  • Headlight
    • 3 white LED, OptiCube lens technology
    • 2 x AA alkaline batteries
    • 2 light modes. Constant (80 hrs), Flash (320 hrs)
  • Tail Light
    • 3 red LED, OptiCube lens technology
    • 360 degree visibility
    • 3 x AAA alkaline batteries
    • 3 modes. Constant (100 hrs), Flash (150 hrs), Rapid (200 hrs)

About Cateye
The Japanese company Cateye was founded in 1954 in Osaka, Japan. In 1964, they released the first ever flashing light for bicycles. Since then, they have established themselves as a market leader when it comes to lights, computers, and reflectors for bicycles.

Cateye El135/Omni3 Light Set

Product Code 20075187
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Product Details

The HL-EL135 with three LEDs and OptiCube™ lens technology for a wider, 150 candlepower beam is the perfect everyday commuter safety light.

The Omni 3 rear light provides 360 degrees of visibility and CatEye exclusive FlexTight bracket and included clothing clip allow you to easily attach the light anywhere you’d like.

Features

  • Headlight
    • 3 white LED, OptiCube lens technology
    • 2 x AA alkaline batteries
    • 2 light modes. Constant (80 hrs), Flash (320 hrs)
  • Tail Light
    • 3 red LED, OptiCube lens technology
    • 360 degree visibility
    • 3 x AAA alkaline batteries
    • 3 modes. Constant (100 hrs), Flash (150 hrs), Rapid (200 hrs)

About Cateye
The Japanese company Cateye was founded in 1954 in Osaka, Japan. In 1964, they released the first ever flashing light for bicycles. Since then, they have established themselves as a market leader when it comes to lights, computers, and reflectors for bicycles.