Two one-Watt LED’s face backwards against the reﬂector in this unit, and the light and beam pattern it gives out are very good with quite good side visibility too thanks to the small light-spill windows.
Switching on is always in ﬂashing mode ﬁrst, you can then cycle through to high and low power modes via the sealed rubber covered switch at the rear.
The mounting will ﬁt almost anything, and the whole light, charger, mounting and performance lives up to Cateye’s deserved reputation.
We’ve had a production one of these for over a year now, we’ve abused it, and it still kicks out nearly the same burn times and has never gone wrong.
|Name||Single Shot Plus EL610|
|Description||Max time achieved = 8 hours 54 minutes.|
|Manufacturer's Description||The ultimate compromise. Serious (and frequent) night riders no longer have to choose between inexpensive battery-powered lights and expensive rechargeable systems. The new HL-EL610 is tough powerful rechargeable and affordable. 2 one-watt LEDs combined with the new ROL™ (Reverse Offset Lens) emit the greatest total candlepower in the class — and every lumen is focused exactly where you need it.|
|Features||ROL=Reverse Offset Lens to maximize the light output efficiency. Battery integrated / no cable mess. Intelligent mode operation (separating constant and flashing modes). Features 2 x 1 watt led (approx. 100.000 hours lifetime). 15.000 + total candlepower light output. High beam: 3 + hours Low beam: 9 + hours Flashing: 36 + hours|
|Type of Battery Required||NiMH|