Product DescriptionSafety light design comes full circle with the CatEye Loop. This versatile, lightweight LED is the latest innovation in visibility. The Loop is uniquely designed to throw light in nearly all directions for added visibility. The go-anywhere elastic mount lets you customize your gear and quickly change configurations to keep your ride safe. CatEye’s Loop attaches easily and securely to handlebars, seat posts, and almost anywhere else you choose. CatEye Loop features simple push-button operation, powerful constant and flashing modes and is available in white and red for front and rear safety.
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