CatEye Solar Lights

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MSRP : $25.00

Product Description

The CatEye Solar Front SL-LD210 is a motion sensor front bicycle light. The light features a 5mm LED that automatically turns on and flashes when motion and darkness is censored. The lights flashing mode can last up to 5 hrs on a full charge and ensures

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