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Old 03-26-08, 10:25 PM   #1
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pics of cateye lights

does anyone have pics of the el410 at night?
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I don't have pictures, but I have one. It is great if battery life is your main concern. If your life is more important, you need a much brighter light, i.m.o. I will keep mine for a back-up, and buy or build something a lot brighter.

It throws a small, somewhat useful patch of light, in a very tight spread, which can not be focused or adjusted in any way, except up or down. Short story, I would not recommend, except for a back-up, but it is a little brighter than a $15 Bell from Wal-mart.
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http://eddys.com/page.cfm?PageID=493

I think you can find a beam shot of that light at Eddy's.
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I took the link. I was mistaken; I actually own the 320. I think what I said still applies, either way...
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