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    The brightest and most all-round visible rear light available now with increased output.

    • 150 lumen output
    • Twin COB LED strips
    • 6 Modes: High / Low / Flashing / Rapid / Pulse / Vibration
    • Runtime: 1-30 hrs depending on mode
    • Battery: Li-ion RC
    • Recharge time: 3 hours
    • Battery Auto Save (auto flash)
    • Spacer X, C-2 Clip options
    • Aero post compatible
    • O-ring attachment

  • Cateye Rapid X3 150 Lumen USB Rechargeable Rear Light Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    1.3
    out of 5
    1.33
    Build Quality
    1.00
    Performance
    1
    Value For Money
    2.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    1
    Flooded on first ride.

    Such a shame as this light show such promise out of the box. I wanted a super bright all weather light to help protect me in all weathers, especially fog.. the 150 lumen claim only has an hour run time so pointless any of my riding, but the flashing models are dazzling. Fits well on aero kit. The problem is the usb port is totally unsealed, large open gaps around it and even the port has holes in it.. This exposes the whole of the internals.. The rubber boot cover is very weak and road vibration works it open exposing the port.. If you use mudguards etc, probably would be ok, and definitely remove it hose the bike off. My one flooded with water after an hour on wet roads and died.. Thankfully I always run 2 rear lights as they are a safety critical piece of kit for pre dawn and night rides...

    Such a shame as this light show such promise out of the box. I wanted a super bright all weather light to help protect me in all weathers, especially fog.. the 150 lumen claim only has an hour run time so pointless any of my riding, but the flashing models are dazzling. Fits well on aero kit. The problem is the usb port is totally unsealed, large open gaps around it and even the port has holes in it.. This exposes the whole of the internals.. The rubber boot cover is very weak and road vibration works it open exposing the port.. If you use mudguards etc, probably would be ok, and definitely remove it hose the bike off. My one flooded with water after an hour on wet roads and died.. Thankfully I always run 2 rear lights as they are a safety critical piece of kit for pre dawn and night rides...

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    1.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 1/5
    Performance: 1/5
    Value For Money: 2/5