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Cateye LD130 Taillight

by CATEYE

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  • 3 white LEDs provide night tail-light visibility
  • Constant mode and 3 flashing modes
  • 100 hours flashing run time; 50 hours constant run time
  • Uses 2 AAA batteries; mounts easily on any seat post
  • Clothing clip included

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Product Description

Cat Eye LD130 Taillights feature 3 LEDs that last up to 150 hours of run time. Up to 150 hours of run time Includes batteries Includes Flex-Tight bracket that fit u

Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000R6Q9WA
  • Item model number: TL-LD130
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

And this light is great - the clip is sturdy and holds well, and the light is very bright.
tom
I sent an email to Cateye explaining my clumsiness and asking if it was possible to buy a new lens cover rather than send a perfectly good light to the landfill.
Tim Bishop
It also come with an extra "attaching piece" that allows me to use it with my bike tool bag.
Jaime Navarrete

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Bo88y on August 6, 2010
Verified Purchase
I got the White 3-LED version of this light for the front of my bike, and love it (there's a 5-LED version, too). In researching bike lights, I came across the seeing / being seen distinction, something a lot of riders seem unaware of. Flashlight / headlight units aren't very attention-grabbing, and when driving the car, I have noticed how easy they are not to notice. Since I ride in a well-lighted city, I don't need a headlight, but I do need to be seen and noticed. And if I did need a headlight, I'd have two lights, one to see, and another to be seen, since the two functions are quite distinct.
~ Another thing I noticed from driving: a light that has separate elements blinking non-simultaneously is a lot more noticeable than a single blinking light or a multi-light blinking as a unit, which could be mistaken for a steady light coming into and going out of view (many of the lights in a busy street come into and go out of view as cars maneuver around one another). Lights blinking "against" one another provide a kind of visual reference for one another that distinguishes them from the common flow of moving lights.
~ These white, separately-blinking lights are a major step up in front noticeability from the usual headlight units, whether the latter blink or not. If you need a light to illuminate your way, get a light suited to that purpose. (Planet Bike's 1-watt Blaze is a very cost-effective one.) But for being seen from the front, the WHITE Cateye TL-LD150 or TL-LD130 (5 and 3 LEDs, respectively) are the best available candidates.
~ Sorry for the length, but I feel that the details are necesary to make the case for these lights. A headlight is not a substitute for one of these.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By E. A. on November 27, 2009
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
The light itself is great. It comes with two different options for attaching it to your bike: (1) a loop to go around a post or (2) a belt-clip. The problem is how it attaches to the different attachment devices. It slides into a slot until it clicks. It seems really secure...until you go over a hard bump when going fast downhill. I heard it smash to the ground, and I expected that the belt-clip had slid off, but that part was still attached to my pannier. The light detached itself from the belt-clip. This is after about 2-3 weeks of use. It was in pieces all over the road. I was able to find all the parts and put it back together, but beware of this problem.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jaime Navarrete on May 12, 2008
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Basic functionallity needed so dont be expecting any amazing light show.. but for what is actually needed from a Safety Light, it does the work really good !. The best part is how simple is to attach and detouch from my son's bike. It also come with an extra "attaching piece" that allows me to use it with my bike tool bag. Really good for the price. I recomend it for sure !
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ken L. on June 1, 2008
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Very high quality, with 3 modes of LED flashing pattern, easy to mount, comes with plastic strip to grip the bars tightly, easy to be taken off, can be mounted on a bar or (it also comes with a clip) that you can clip on anything.
Light module itself can be remove alone for battery change or other purpose.

Most importantly, it comes with batteries!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By tom on May 26, 2010
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
After having my taillight stolen (and, before that, my bike stolen), I got this safety light, after receiving the golden advice from a coworker - put your light on your bag. That way, you don't forget to grab it off your bike. Plus, very often it's at a better height for drivers to see it and not obscured by your... rear. And this light is great - the clip is sturdy and holds well, and the light is very bright. The fact that holding down on the button turns it off means that you can reach behind you and turn it off without looking - a very subtle, but real-world advantage in the interface.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Philip Russo on June 6, 2010
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I use this tail light on ALL of my bicycles. It is super bright and can be seen from a a fair distance. You can choose from three options in light pattern from a constant on, to a flashing mode to the one I prefer a "chasing" random pattern. This mode not only saves the batteries, but being LED they last for quite a while anyway. And it makes drivers slow down and pay attention. One feature I like is that once you click the side button and choose the mode you like, the light stays in that mode. To shut it off you simply hold the button in for several seconds and it shuts off, touch it once to turn it on and it will be in the mode you left it in, this is not true for other tail lights and you continually have to fuss with them to get back to the mosde you prefer. This is my favorite tail light sold on the market period.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By W. Jung on November 8, 2011
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
This tail light is well-designed, very light weight, and very easily to install. It has 3 bright LED's and 3 modes: random individual LED blinking; blinking of all LED's simultaneously; and constant-on. It uses 2 AAA batteries. It stays firmly mounted despite riding over rough pavement, and the mounting strap was really easy to install using the thumb knob that turns a "worm" type thread across the mounting strap. This strap is quite firm around the seat post without much stress to the mounting system.
To avert temptation by thieves, you can easily remove the unit by depressing a tab and sliding off the unit, when the bike is parked unattended. I give this tail light 5 stars.
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