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Posted 2 December 2022

CatEye AMPP 400 / Orb Light Set - £22.47 with voucher @ Amazon

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  • OptiCube Our proprietary OptiCube lens technology maximizes brightness for greater visibility.
  • FlexTight (AMPP 400) The innovative and versatile FlexTight bracket by Cateye can be quickly and securely fastened to virtually any handlebar or stem. Fully re-usable, the FlexTight bracket mounts easily without tools and can be finely adjusted and tightened by hand enabling numerous possible computer placement configurations.
  • USB Rechargeable (AMPP 400) USB rechargeable lights recharge the batteries from USB port
  • Side Visibility Provides visibility from the side to increase safety.
  • Battery Indicator (AMPP 400) Highly visual battery level indicator. (Glows red @ 20% charge)
  • Daytime Can be used in the daytime.
  • All Weather Can be used in rainy weather.
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    Pay a few quid more to get the better rear light - there's another ampp 400 deal on here with it for just over £25
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    Does anyone have this unit, any feedback? I've bought a Garmin radar rear light for using when I start to commute, but I'm looking for a bright "wide spread" front light. Seems that many claimed lumens are quite that, so would be good to hear real opinions.
    TIA (edited)
    I don't have the light but I've other cateye front lights and they served me well. Good and robust and take the abuse from drops and knocks. There's a bit more to lights than lumens though so my advice is tip over to YouTube and do a search for lights your considering and more often than not there's a video of them in use during the hours of darkness in urban and rural settings and that will tell you more about the distance and spread the beam will have and whether the light has a cool bluish or a warmer orange colour. Some prefer one or the other.
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    I have 400, 800, 1100. Last one have not used, but 400 and 800 are OK for me. Yes, 400 will not flood all the road, but it is OK for city at night.

    If truth to be told, I would prefer my Led Lenser MT10 or MT14 (have not used), but these cost much more and god knows how to secure these, but for 23 it is good deal in my opinion.

    More over, I would like to take my MT10 and light back to these clowns tho have super powerful bike torches and do not light the ground, but just make a stright beam (do not understand what are they doing).
    Just tested 400 vs 800. For such price difference 400 ir great and no one forbid to buy 2 of them...
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    I have this unit - the front light is surprisingly good - I have a Leyzne 800 and this is not far off in terms of brightness. As to spread of light it isn't nearly as good - it only has a single LED but a good light and useable on the dark roads on Northumberland in the autumn, The only downside for you is that I only paid £13 for this around Black Friday,
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    Good deal but the rear light is only good for being used alongside another more powerful unit.

    As above, get the one with the 150 rear light, I also have that and it’s great.

    I have two of these 400 lumen lights on the front of my bike, works well for me and bright enough on until roads at night.

    I use three lights on the back for commuting, this is one and the 150 is one of the others.
    Link please?
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    Thought this was a good deal until I realised it's the AMPP 400 not 500.

    Bought the 500 on Amazon for £21.99 back in March. Should have bought two. The 400 is £21.99 on there at the mo. (edited)