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- BE SEEN: The ultra-visible HL-EL135 headlight and the high-power LED Omni 3 rear light alert others to your presence, keeping you safe on the road.
- LIGHT FOR EVERY RIDE: The HL-EL135 offers constant and flashing light modes while the Omni 3 offers constant, flashing, and rapid light modes.
- GO THE DISTANCE: Your CatEye lights won't stop until you do. The HL-EL135 has up to 320 hours of battery life while the Omni 3 runs up to 150 hours.
- SECURE AND GO: Spend less time setting up your gear and more time on the road. Both the HL-EL135 and the Omni 3 come with Flextight brackets, making it easy to mount, adjust, and move your lights by hand.
- ALL WEATHER PROTECTION: Don't let a little rain stop you from riding. Your CatEye lights are approved to work in all weather conditions.
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FEATURES of the CatEye 135 / Omni 3 Combo Kit Includes both the HL-EL135 front and Omni 3 TL-LD135 rear bike lights, 2 mounting brackets, 2 clothing clips and batteries for each light CatEye's exclusive Opticube lens technology makes this light significantly brighter than its closest competitor with the same LED bulb Flex-Tight universal mounting bracket attaches securely to just about any size handlebar; no tools required 3 bright LEDs offer a wide spread of light to enhance your visibility from behind and from the sides Tailor your lighting needs between rapid flash, standard flash and constant modes Operates on 2, easily replaceable AAA batteries (included) Flex-Tight universal mounting bracket attaches securely to seatpost or rear stay without need for tools; fits tube diameters of 12 - 32 mm The CatEye Omni 3 rear bike light also comes with a clothing clip, making it easy to attach the light to a pack or your clothes
Color: Black | Size: One Size
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[ - ] Brightness - The Cateye loses in both brightness and coverage angle. In one of my photos I zoomed the Cree all the way out, and the other I zoomed in to match the coverage of the CatEye. (Note that I used rechargeable NiMH AA batteries on the cree, not the 14500 battery that would obliterate everything else.)
[ - ] Mount - The CatEye mount wil adapt to any handlebar size, but it doesn't swivel like the Leegoal mount. Swiveling is quite important if your handlebar is not straight if if there is a refletor obstructing the middle.
[ = ] Price - The Cree + Leegoal mount + a rear light will cost nearly the same
[ = ] Battery type - both use popular AA batteries and will accept rechargeable as well
[ + ] Battery life - The CatEye 135N with its 2 AA battery will last much longer -- 80 hours continuous vs only 3 hours of the single AA battery in the cree. That would be great saving for people who don't have rechargeable AA batteries.
The rear light Omni 3 TL-LD135 is even dimmer, but it's quite useful for safety purpose, especially in blinking mode. I like its use of popular AAA batteries and in blinking mode it lasts a very long time. I recommend buying the rear light separately, as brightness is not important here.
During exam weeks, I find myself at the library until way after dark, which means I have to bike home in the dark. I'd prefer not to get ran over or hit by a car, and these lights absolutely do the trick.
They are plenty bright and both have multiple blinking/flashing patterns. I didn't expect the headlight to put out much light to help with my visibility--only to help keep me visible to the cars on the road. To my surprise, the headlight puts out more than enough light to clearly see around 50+ feet of the road in front of me.
Both lights easily detach from their mounts that secure on the bike, so I can quickly take them off when its light outside and put them in my saddle bag, then throw them right back on when it starts getting dark.
I looked at many different lights before buying these ones, and the main thing that made me choose these over other brands/models is that these take simple AA and AAA batteries. Other lights required recharging every few days, which, to me, equates to being unreliable. Plus, who knows how long a re-chargeable battery REALLY lasts? And what do you do when it won't hold a charge anymore? I have had the original batteries in these since I got them over 3 months ago, and they are still just as bright as when they were unboxed. I'm sure that they will slowly start dimming as the batteries die out, which makes it easy to know when you'll need to replace them.
Great product, unbelievable value. Highly recommended.
Mounts are light plastic with a plastic cable that has a ring around it that you tighten by turning. Fits both mountain and typical road bike handle bars and seatpost. The rear seatpost light can be mounted horizontal or vertically. Uses 2 AA batteries for front and 2AAA for rear. Plenty bright and flashing lights are clearly visible from a distance.. Front lights are strong enough to see what's on the road at a decent distance. Comes with batteries.
The headlight, though...oh, the headlight. Mounting it was fine, worked perfectly on my drop handlebars. Light, not super bright but good enough for my commute (~3 miles on Boston's legendary pothole-filled roads packed with terrible drivers and other menaces). But, here's where my love stops: the mounting process (sliding the light into place in the bracket) never worked super well - it didn't always click into place, and tonight, on my ride home, I paid the price: hit a pothole, and while I was swearing about the pain, noticed my headlight flying off into the road. Awesome.
So, I guess the bottom line is: the lights are good, but the mounting brackets, particularly the front, leave something to be desired. Now I'm out a light and the money, which just plain stinks.
Installation is simple no tools needed. Versatile tail light can be frame mounted or clipped on saddle. Easy to remove with the press of a tab. On off is a cinch by pressing the rubberized button. They look to be weatherized but I'm not sure about waterproof.
The styling is very nice and compact and the unit takes standard AA batteries available anywhere.
The light output is very good at 150 lumens it threw a decent spot of light about 8-10 feet in front.enought to get you home in a pinch when dark. Also to satisfy the law by having a light in my town. The red light is also nicely made and accepts two AAA batteries which were included in the kit along with the AA bats.
Pros nice small size
easy to mount
appears to be well made
brighter than the old model
Cons Price is the only thing I can think of I got free shipping but would like to have paid a few dollars less. Check for sales.
Overall I am pleased and over time I will update the review as necessary.