- Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 4 x 2 inches ; 7.8 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B00M47IHZC
- Item model number: HL-EL470RC
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
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CatEye - Volt 700 Rechargeable Headlight
|Price:||$79.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- SEE AND BE SEEN: The Volt 700's wide-visibility LED provides 700 lumens, lighting the way and alerting others of your presence.
- LIGHT FOR EVERY RIDE: Whether you're riding in broad daylight or complete darkness, we've got you covered. The Volt 700 offers high, middle, low, hyper constant, and flashing light modes.
- SECURE AND GO: Spend less time setting up your gear and more time on the road. With our FlexTight Bracket, you can easily mount, adjust, and move your light by hand.
- GO THE DISTANCE: Your Volt 700 won't stop until you do, providing up to 50 hours of battery life on a single charge.
- BRIGHTER AND SAFER: Our OptiCube lens technology maximizes brightness and visibility, keeping you safe in low-light conditions.
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|Battery Average Life||100 Hours|
|Item Display Weight||0.8 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.49 pounds|
|Package Height||1.89 x 4.02 x 7.8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.49 pounds|
The Volt series are our go-to lights when the days get short. With a wide range of lumen outputs, there's one for every cyclist. No matter where or when you ride, let CatEye light the way and keep you safe.
Top customer reviews
I often put the second 300 on my helmet and turn on as needed. The helmet mount came with the 300s and maybe the 700 as well. The helmet mount is great for MB trails, but I find it useful in a few situations on the road bike. When I was turning from a neighborhood road onto the bike path (90 degree turn), I couldn't see exactly where the path started because I was on the right side of the road and the bike path was on the left side of the road (it was a very dark night). The helmet mount allows you to look at things off to the side of the bike. Another example is turning from one road to another in my neighborhood. With just the handlebar mounts, I can't see what's around the turn until I actually make the turn and I'm always worried that there may be people walking that I haven't spotted yet. The helmet mount lets me look at the road I'm turning onto ahead of time.
Everything about these light works well. The handlebar mount holds secure. If I leave it just a little loose, it still doesn't slide at all, but I can tilt it up or down as needed (up to see farther ahead and tilt down when a car, cyclist, or pedestrian is coming towards me so as not to blind them). I can easily remove the handlebar mount and move it to other bikes and back. I bought a few extra handlebar mounts to just keep them on the other bikes. The lights slide into the mount and snap when locked in place so you know it's secure. To release, a button is pushed and the light is slid back off of the mount. I think the charging works very well - I have no issues with the USB charging - in fact, I love it. The USB plugs into the bottom of the light and charges the battery inside. You can also remove the battery to swap out with a charged one if necessary. It comes out very easily. There is also a charger that will charge the batteries when removed from the light. It's supposed to be faster, and I believe it's only about $10. Hope this helps.
As I said earlier, the Volt 300 is most likely bright enough to satisfy you for riding at night. I just love the 700 off its brightness. Either way I think you'll be happy.
The light is bright enough that you're shocked it can put out that much. It's like packing a legitimate car headlight and mounting it on your handle bars. You can't look into it without really hurting your eyes. It's not only super bright but it give you good options for brightness and different cycles of flashing. It's easy to use—hold down the button to turn it on and click once to toggle through the different options. Impressively it remembers which mode you had it on last so you don't have to every time.
The build is really solid. It's actually quite heavy because of the strong battery. I've been super impressed with the battery life as well. The mounting is also solid enough and clicks in with a good premium feel. It looks like it will hold up well and surprisingly I discovered it's the same mounting as some cheaper CatEye lights so I can use it with my old mount. It's really easy to quickly click in and out—important in my urban context. Because of the weight, I strongly recommend mounting it so that it hangs from the handlebar. That way your'e not fighting gravity and constantly having to straighten it up.
Would I go for the 800 lumen instead? Probably not. I can't imagine why I need more light than this. Maybe it would be worth the extra $10-15 but still I can't help wonder when or if I would use that additional power.
No regrets whatsoever, even given the high price. It has been completely worth it.