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Different mount for Cat Eye Rapid Mini Rear Light

Old 10-25-16, 05:24 PM
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Different mount for Cat Eye Rapid Mini Rear Light

I really like this light but I don't care for the mount.
This light will work with the Serfas TL-200 mount.
A little foam and it secures to a aero seat post tightly.




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Cateye also sells mounts for their lights: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009YM2KLW
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Originally Posted by johnny99
Cateye also sells mounts for their lights: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009YM2KLW
Yep, and you can lose the bulky band and use zip ties instead.
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Since the question is very close…

Do all Cat Eye lights use the same bracket, or at least the Omni lights?

I'm going to order an Omni 3 set of front/tail lights, along with a couple of extra mounts so that I can use the lights on my two bikes.

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If you buy a light that specifies it will run this many hours on two alkaline AAA batteries, don't expect it to be very bright.
Runtime:Approx 100hrs in constant, 150hrs in flashing, and 200hrs in rapid mode

The output in lumens seems to be a deep, dark secret. It is not mentioned on any of the sites that sell the light. If you take a quick look at reviews, one problem that seems to pop up often is the light is not very robust so has a tendency to come apart with the lens falling off. Doesn't seem like much of an improvement over dollar store lights. Before I learned about better lights I used them. Plenty bright but also tended to come apart.
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Originally Posted by Winfried
Do all Cat Eye lights use the same bracket, or at least the Omni lights?
Yes
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Originally Posted by VegasTriker
If you buy a light that specifies it will run this many hours on two alkaline AAA batteries, don't expect it to be very bright.
Good to know. In my case, it's fine since I ride in the city, and only need lights to be seen.

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