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Cateye TL-LD610 Rear LED Cycle Light
Five LED Bulbs and four different flashing modes: the Cateye TL-LD610 Rear LED Cycle Light is designed for commuters and those regularly out and about in urban and rural areas. The TL-LD610 Rear LED Cycle Light will keep you safe and sound when on the roads, it's sleek low-profile interface and buttons prevent you from accidentally switching off the light. - T.H
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Light, bright and easy to fit. What’s not to like ? Service and delivery from Probikekit excellent!
this cateye light is just the job for me. price was right as well
Bought to replace previous model. This failed due to the circuit for flashing options. I couldn't find a product without this type of logic so I bought something that would fit on my existing bike fitting. Hopefully this will last at least as long as the last one.... 6 years. Probikekit service was excellent.
Not had a chance to try it out properly as yet, but for the price this is a great light. I don't think you need mega-lumens with lights (but don't worry this is pretty bright), you need a physically larger light so that drivers can estimate their distance to you, which is impossible with just a very bright point source. A big upgrade on the LD600 I had, and I really like the 'Nightrider' setting.