Cateye TL-LD1100 LED Rear Light 2013
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No other led light offers the same level of all round visibility as the TL1100.
Top Features of the Cateye TL-LD1100 LED Rear Light 2013
- 10 LEDs
- Runs over 50 hours on constant or 100 hours on flashing
- 4 modes (flashing, constant, side to side & random)
- Highly water resistant
- Clothing Clip(C-1N) included
- Water resistant
- 23.5 - 32.5 mm seat post mounting
Cateye's Opticube technology is combined with 10, yes 10, ultra bright red LEDs for unparalleled brightness - incredibly, this light is 80% brighter than the previous king of rear lights, the LD1000.
6 LEDs face backwards and 2 are positioned on each end - each row can be independently controlled through 4 different modes for a total of 16 different combinations.
About Rear Lights
Almost all bicycle rear lights use LEDs instead of filament bulbs as they are more reliable and use much less battery power, whilst also offering much higher levels of brightness. Used in flashing mode, they are very good at attracting attention from other road users. It's advisable to use at least two rear bike lights, a common configuration is one flashing and one in constant, this is highly advisable just in case one stops or becomes obscured.
In order to cycle on the road it may be a legal requirement in your country to use a light certified to a specific standard or an international equivalent. Most but not all lights sold on Wiggle are certified and labelled with a European CEN standard. Please check your country’s requirements to see if this is sufficient and if necessary contact the manufacturer to see if this light has been additionally certified for your country. Strangely some of the very best lights are not legal on their own and should be used with an additional legal backup light.
About the Cateye brand
Cateye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, bike lights and reflectors. In 1964, Cateye became the first company to create a flashing lamp for bicycles. Cateye invented the first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. Cat Eye is a true leader in lens and reflector technology; Cateye's Opticube lens and reflectors allow them to make one of the brightest and most efficient LED headlights in the world.
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Magazine reviews for Cateye TL-LD1100 LED Rear Light 2013
Review from Bikeradar
Cateye's big barrel light has the most LEDs, with three powerful diodes in two rear-facing rows and two more at each end.
Each tier also has a separate button to toggle between constant, flash and ripple modes. The all-round visibility is the best here and battery life is over 100 hours on the two AAs supplied. Sealing is good and battery replacement is tool free, but keep checking the bolted clip mount - we lost two LD 1100s due to them falling off loose clamps.
Super bright all-round visibility but the clamp needs regular checking
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10 cm x 4cm
height & Width: around 42mm
Both parts are pretty cheap and well worth the purchase.
However I think mounting it vertically would be a bit of a waste as it would mean it no longer has the side-firing LED's - they would fire straight up and straight down. Might as well just go for a cheaper light without the side-facing LED's.
I know what size of clamp I need to attach to my seatpost, but what size bracket does this light need?
I bought a Cateye LD170 Bracket And Clamp from Wiggle a few months ago and the bracket didn't fit.
I think it would mess up the beam shape if rotated.
Also one of the things I like about the light is the LEDs at the side, improving side-on visibility, which you wouldn't get if rotated.
The best place for them I think is on the rear wheel stays.
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