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CatEye 1900 lumen light bundle

This pack contains two bike lights from CatEye with a combined output of 1900 bright lumens. 1 1100 lumens light for the handlebar accompanied with an 800 lumens helmet light, combined giving 1900 lumens to illuminate the path ahead of you, and wherever your head turns. The handlebar light got a wide beam, while the helmet light has a more focused beam, both have 3 different brightness settings, as well as blinking modes for attention while riding on roads with traffic. The handlebar light has a light area on the sides so you will be visible for traffic coming from the sides as well. The lights use built-in batteries, recharging is done with the included cable. Blue, yellow, and red lights indicate how much power is left. Disclaimer: LumenFreaks is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon

CatEye 1900 lumens bike lights

Video of the CatEye AMPP 1100 lumens bright bike light

Unboxing and testing of the 1100 lumens bike light for the handlebar. The 800 light for the helmet operates in the same way and has the same functions, just a little lower lumen output and a more focused beam. At the end of this video, you can see how well the AMP 1100 lights up the area, with a nice floodlight covering both sides with bright light


CatEye 1900 summary with price and store page link

Great choice for night riders as this pack contains both handlebar and helmet lights, light up the entire area in front of you, while also having the ability to quickly illuminate the sides as well with the helmet light. The only downside here is that the batteries are built-in, so you can not bring extra spare batteries to replace them. The runtime on the highest setting is 1.5 hours thou, which should be sufficient for a long ride. Reduce to 800 lumens and you have 2 hours to go on, while the lowest setting on 400 lumens gives 4.5 hours. If you need something that runs on rechargeable batteries, take a look at the best bike lights list for other alternatives

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