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CatEye LD135 Rear Light

  • The TL-LD135 Omni 3-LED rear bicycle light features features Cat Eye's new-for-2012/13 Omni Directional Technology.
  • Omni 3 delivers 360 degree visibility to help ensure you're seen.
  • The TL-LD135 is a reliable rear light, as we have come to expect from Cat Eye - Japan's foremost cycle electronics company.
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Our Price £11.69 RRP £12.99In Stock

Cat Eye TL-LD135 Rear LED Light

The TL-LD135 Omni 3 Rear LED Light features Cat Eye's new-for-2012/13 Omni Directional Technology which delivers 360 degree visibility to help ensure you're seen.

The 3-LED TL-LD135 is a reliable rear light, as we have come to expect from Cat Eye - Japan's foremost cycle electronics company.

  • Supplied with Cat Eye's FlexTight tool-free universal seatpost bracket which can be wrapped round any tube between 12 and 32mm diameter.
  • Alternatively it can be clipped onto a belt, bag strap or one of these LED loops that adorn many cycling jackets.
  • Run Time: 100h constant / 150h flash / 200h rapid flash from 2 x AAA batteries supplied.

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Q. Will this bracket mount to the seatstay of my 2011 Spesh Camber Expert? Also will it allow me to point the light towards the traffic behind me as appose to 45 degrees up into the sky (i.e. perpendicular to the seatstay)?
A. The adjustable strap on this light should let you go small enough for a seat stay, you may need to shim it a bit to get a secure fit however. While it could be angled, the light is only designed to be mounted horizontally so would fit perpendicular to your stay, and may need to be turned outwards to provide enough clearance for the wheel.

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