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Cateye Rapid X2 Kinetic USB Rechargeable Rear Light

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Cateye Rapid X2 Kinetic USB Rechargeable rear light adds an additional dimension to the brightness and 180 degree visibility of the Rapid range. With an integrated accelerometer to detect the movement of the rider, the beam will automatically change from flashing mode (10 Lumens) to constant “Burst” mode (50 Lumens) for 2.5 secs under sudden deceleration. Make your presence known with the Rapid Kinetic X2.

Mode runtimes when not using Kinetic mode:
Constant: 10Lm, 5 hrs 
Rapid: 15Lm, 16 hrs
Flashing: 15Lm, 30 hrs

  • Ultra bright strip COB LED technology – maximum 50 Lumen output
  • USB Li-Polymer rechargeable battery
  • Supersonically welded for weather resistance
  • Versatile rubber band mounting system (12-32mm) for seatposts and seatstays
  • Kinetic mode
  • Battery indicator
  • Battery Auto Save, converts to flashing mode so you’re never left in the dark
  • Recharge time: 2 hrs



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Review Summary - 4 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
April 13, 2021 | Phil Mypockets
It works

I admit to considerable brand loyalty to Cateye, having used their products since my first Velo cycle computer back in the 1990s (magnet on the spoke, wire running down to the sensor on the fork). Respect (尊敬) to Cateye for developing the first flashing cycle light and first white LED front light, and although there are a bewildering number of new cycle light brands, Cateye remain among the best. Mostly I use their X2 as daylight running lights, but I wanted the high intensity “burst” mode as an additional warning if I have to brake firmly, and I’m told that it works.

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