Victory! Five lucky winners will receive a £100 Cateye light kit

It’s that time of year, folks, when the clocks turn back, our daytime riding hours start to wane, and our bike lights become not just an added safety feature, but a practical necessity. Fortunately, five lucky UK readers* don’t have to worry about turning the shed upside down to find last year’s lost Lumens, as they have a new set of lights to see them through the winter months thanks to Cateye.

For a chance at one of five Cateye lighting kits, which include the brand’s AMPP 800 front light and Viz 300 rear light for a total of £100, all you have to do is fill in your details on the bottom of the page. First, let’s see what you can win…

Cateye AMPP 800 Headlight

The Cateye AMPP 800 is designed to get you through the harsh winter months, whether you’re braving that morning commute or racking up base miles for the upcoming season, the Cateye AMPP 800 is a powerful, solidly built light with a wide beam and impressive Horizontal visibility that is easy to use to put on and take off.

With a maximum output of, you guessed it, 800 lumens, AMPP 800’s “OptiCube” lens technology not only casts light from the front, but also causes the light to shine horizontally, giving you better visibility from the side while the The beam is also wider meaning you can see more of what’s ahead, even in the darkest lanes without lighting. Battery life ranges from 1.5 to 30 hours, while charging takes about three hours.

When tested by road.cc in 2019, reviewer George said there were “a few not to like” about the AMPP 800, describing it as a “tough, powerful” and “innovative” headlamp.

> Test: Cateye AMPP 800 Headlight

Cateye Viz 300 tail light

Now moving on to the rear of the bike, where you’re sure to be seen thanks to Cateye’s Viz 300, which road.cc reviewer Steve described last year as an “efficient, durable and extremely bright” light that “basically does all they can.” reasonably want” and “visible from as many angles as one could wish”.

The eyeball-spinning 300-lumen “Daytime Hyperflash” setting, which Steve says can (probably) pinpoint nearby planets, also lasts up to 10 hours, ensuring you get home safely before anything needs to be charged. .

> Test Report: Cateye Viz 300 Tail Light

So for your chance to win one of the five light sets we’re giving away, simply go to the form below and fill in your details.

Entries close at 12:00 GMT on Monday, November 21. Good luck!

*Please note: This competition is open to UK readers only.

The registration form is below. Can’t you see it? Click here

Source: road.cc

Author: Rahul Barod

With over 2 years of experience in the field of journalism, Rahul Barod heads the editorial operations of the Elite News as the Executive News Writer.

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