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SKU
225383201
Abstract Product Id
15793
Concrete Product Id
44682

Cateye Rapid Micro G TL-LD620G rear light

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Product code: 225383201

RRP €22.95 15.90

Price incl. VAT
plus €16.35 for delivery to United States of America

Delivery time 2 weeks

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Details

The small Rapid Micro G taillight can be installed vertically or horizontally. The included micro USB charging cable allows you to quickly and comfortably charge the integrated lithium-ion battery. A practical battery charge indicator makes sure the Cateye rear light won't leave you in the dark.

· 180° visibility
· 2 LEDs
· Battery life: up to 5 hours
· Battery charge indicator
· Integrated lithium-ion battery (rechargeable via micro USB)
· Incl. SP 14 elastic strap for fixation to rear stay or seatpost
· Incl. micro USB charging cable
· Approved for all bikes according to German traffic road regulations (StVZO).

Features

Standard battery:
No
Rechargeable battery:
Yes
Brake light:
No
Manufacturer`s ref.:
3521049
GTIN:
4990173030996
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Rapid Micro G TL-LD620G rear light

Colour: 
standard
Size:
Standard

Sehr klein, sehr hell, lässt sich schnell montieren und ist somit perfekt für's Rennrad!

Rapid Micro G TL-LD620G rear light

Colour: 
standard
Size:
Standard

klein und leicht. Passt!

Rapid Micro G TL-LD620G rear light

Colour: 
standard
Size:
Standard

Schön hell Dank zwei LEDs. Die Leuchtdauer wird mit ca.5h angegeben, was in etwa passt. Es gibt allerdings keine Anzeige für den Ladestand, man muss sich also 'merken', wie viel man schon gefahren ist. Es soll wohl eine Leuchte geben, die geringen Batteriebestand anzeigt, die taugt aber nicht als Warnung.