CatEye EL135 and TL155 OMNI 5 FRONT and REAR Cycle Light Set

£26.39  £32.99
Dispatched between 25th May and 26th May, if ordered before 2:00pm today.


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The Stylish and compact EL135 features three LEDs and OptiCube lens technology to maximise the beam pattern utilising lens and reflector technology to emit a higher quality light and beam pattern in front of the rider, even with lower Lumen amounts. The HL-EL135 achieves a wider, 150 candlepower beam. Ensuring you can see and be seen. The FlexTight™ H-34N bracket enables easy fitting and release the HL-EL135 is the perfect everyday commuter safety light.

The Omni 5 rear light provides 360 degrees of visibility and the simple, tool-free FlexTight bracket and included clothing clip allow you to easily attach the light anywhere you’d like. CatEye’s exclusive FlexTight™ bracket fits virtually every bike. The ability to mounts either horizontally or vertically allows you to use the light to best suit your set up.

HL-EL135 Features

  • 3 white LEDs
  • AA alkaline battery x 2
  • 2 light modes (Constant/Flashing modes)
  • FlexTight™ H-34N bracket
  • Compact 2.5 x 3.5 x 9cm
  • Approx 80hrs in constant mode and 320 hrs in flashing mode

Omni 5 Features

  • LEDs
  • 360 degree visibility
  • Wide beam
  • OMNI directional technology and OptiCube™ lens technology
  • AAA alkaline battery x 2
  • 3 modes
  • Mode memory function
  • FlexTight™ SP-11 bracket (ø12-32mm) and Clothing clip included
  • Approx 60hrs in constant, 90hrs in flashing, and 120hrs in rapid mode

This light is great for: This basic light set is great safety light addition to your urban commute on itys own or as part of a set ensuring maximum visibility.

Bike Lights - How Many Lumen Do You Need?

Bike lights are rated in Lumens. A Lumen is the measurement of the total visible light emitted and is commonly used for all kinds of bulbs.

One thing worth noting is that most lights advertise their headline rate. Packaging may say 1000 lumens. Reading the small print they might only do that for an hour. That light may run 500 or 600 lumens for 2 or 3 hours. So it's worth buying a light with more lumens than you need to get decent running times.

There is no fixed agreement on how many Lumens you need for a bike light as it depends on the type of cycling you are doing. As a rough guide we say that:

  • Daytime running lights = 100+ Lumens
  • Urban commuting lights = 50 to 200 Lumens
  • Rural riding lights = 400 to 600 Lumens
  • Trail riding lights = 600+ Lumens

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Brand Cateye
Barcodes 4990173024292
SKUs / Part Numbers CA490EL135155

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