This article was produced in partnership with CatEye.
CatEye is boosting it’s Volt light range for 2016 with an additional four models, including the new Volt 1600 and Volt 6000. The Cateye Volt 1600 boasts 1,600 lumens of light, and a removable battery that can be charged in-situ or with the accompanying docking station for an even quicker recharge. The battery can also be used to charge smartphones, with one full battery giving two full phone charges, according to CatEye.
If you’re looking for something brighter, CatEye have also unveiled the Volt 6,000 with, as you’ve guessed it, a whopping 6,000 lumens for a whole hour of use.
CatEye has also expanded its Rapid range of rear lights with the X3. With 100 lumens, it’s bright enough to be visible in daylight, and incorporates various flashing and steady beam options.
Finally, on the bike computer side of things, the CatEye Padrone Smart Plus computer has had a few upgrades for 2016. It can be paired with a smartphone using a free, downloadable app, which enables you to track your ride and stats, and upload them easily onto multiple sites such as Strava and Training Peaks.
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