About CatEye Volt 300 lumens USB Rechargeable Front Light
Brighten your nights or illuminate your morning rides with the CatEye Volt 300 lumens USB Rechargeable Front Light. Safe, rechargeable and reliable, the Volt shows you the way.
The Volt300 is a USB rechargeable headlight that features quick-change cartridge battery and 300 lumen output in compact design. This light features five modes: High, Normal, Low, Hyper Constant and Flashing. The Volt300 can be mounted on or under the handlebars or on the helmet. Spare cartridge batteries, ideal for long rides and commuting, and charging cradle are available as add-on parts and can be changed safely and easily without any additional tools. The battery is a cartridge type and is interchageable with the same battery on the Cateye Volt 50, so if one light is running low then you can swap to get home. Be seen and be safe, wherever you ride.
- USB rechargeable
- Quick-change cartridge battery - interchangeable with Volt 50 rear light
- Lightweight 300 lumen
- 5 lighting modes
- Hyper Constant
- Can be mounted on or under the handlebars (mount included) or on the helmet (optional extra).
- Low battery indicator
- Lighting mode memory function
- Spare cartridge batteries, ideal for long rides and commuting, and charging cradle are available as add-on parts.
- Dimension: 111.5 x 31.0 x 38.0 mm
- Weight: 120 grams (light unit and battery)
- Light source: High intensity white LED X1
- Light output: 300 lumen
- Run time:
- High mode: approx 3hrs
- Normal mode: approx 8hrs
- Low mode: approx 18hrs
- Hyper Constant mode: approx 11hrs
- Flashing mode: approx 60hrs
- Battery: Li-ion rechargeable battery (3.7V-2200mAh)
- Recharge time: approx 6 hrs (USB2.0 recharge), 3 hrs via optional fast-charging cradle
- Recharge/discharge number of times: about 300 times(until the rated capacity drops to 70%)
More About The Manufacturer CatEye
CatEye is a Japanese company. It is a manufacturer of cycle computers, lights and reflectors, which sell worldwide. It was founded in 1954 in Osaka, Japan. The company developed the first flashing bicycle light in 1964, and other innovations that it first introduced into the marketplace include flashing LED headlamps. It released its first cycle computer in 1981. It currently employs 224 people. While the company's head office and design teams are in Japan, today many components are manufactured in its Chinese factories and subsidiaries. The company's official mission statement is: "To add value to all aspects of our society, including safety, environment and health related issues".