CatEye EL220 Lights

  • Wide beam with flashing mode
  • Side visibility for safety
  • OptiCube lights use superbright
  • Tool-free Flex-Tight mount is secure

User Reviews (2)

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SmellyTofu   Weekend Warrior [Feb 25, 2009]
Strength:

- Wide beam for LED (as wide as LED can get)
- Long lasting battery
- Sideways adjustability (albeit not much sideways adjustment)
- Use of AA batteries
- Button on the back to turn the unit on is quick and easy to turn on and off.

Weakness:

- The non-tool mounting kit makes it hard to mount. It's better to just use a screw mount since the mounting would rarely come off my bike
- Weight .. 4 AA is heavy.
- Size.. it's a chunky unit

- Bought it for A$70, better value than the Planet bike 1/2 & 1 Watt verions and a much wider beam of light than Planet Bike versions.
- Good value for its intended purpose. It is bright enough to see where you are going in constant mode, not just to be seen by others.

Similar Products Used: None
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
ian_in_budapest   Cross Country Rider [Oct 09, 2008]
Strength:

Super little light that hasn't missed a beep in over two years. Super efficient, the batteries seem to last forever (although this may be because I tend to use the strobe function). Can be easilly detached and used as a hand-held torch. Sturdy construction - it has survived a few spills without being damaged. Great value.

Weakness:

Not particularly strong for unlit roads and/or off-road.


A great light for commuting. It will help you to be seen whilst providing minimal light for helping you to see where you are going in unlit streets.

Similar Products Used: Cateye HL-500
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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