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CatEye Volt100 USB Rechargeable Headlight
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- 100 Lumen Output
- Li-ion, USB Rechargeable Battery
- Up To 30 Hours Run Time
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|Battery Average Life||30 Hours|
|Item Display Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.14 pounds|
|Package Height||1.8 x 4 x 4.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.24 pounds|
The Cateye Volt 100 USB Headlight is a superb value in a re-chargeable light that's perfect for urban riding and commuting. Compact and easy to remove from the handlebar bracket, the Volt 100 features a 100 lumen output and three modes -- High, Low, and Flashing. The smartly designed bezel provides excellent side visibility while the internal Li-ion battery re-charges in 3 hours via the included micro USB cable. And with a wide selection of body colors, it's easy to coordinate the Volt 100 headlight with your bike's color scheme. High intensity white LED X1 provides 100 lumens of light on brightest setting 3 modes: High, Low, and Flashing 2 to 30-hour run time depending on mode Tool-free installation to handlebar via FlexTight bracket Li-ion battery re-charges in 3 hours via included micro USB cable Low battery indicator Water resistant Weight: 65 grams
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UPDATE: First commute with the light last night, I work swing shift so it's completely dark when I ride home, the light is more capable than I originally thought, low beam is probably the minimum amount of light to be safe, hi-beam is quite good. The light pattern that is right in front of the bike is quite large but it is too close; it actually lights up the front tire. The switch is small and not real easy to use with gloves on. If you ride in un-familiar areas more light might be needed to be totally safe from dangerous road surface conditions, but for familiar roads this should do the trick, and for $26 I dont think it can be beat.
- Light weight
- Bright for the price payed.
- Long lasting battery
- Good clear lens and clean reflector.
- Far reaching focus beam (Hot spot) and dispersed wide beam (Auxiliary) road light.
- Awesome bracket very solid, It works great with the helmet mount strap.
- is a very well balanced light both for far reaching beam and wide beam.