Call us on 01278 441500

Cateye TL-LD610 5 LED Red Light Rear

Customer Reviews (2)
5 / 5| Write your review
£22.99 Please note this product has selling restrictions to your country. was
Manufacturer : 
SJS Cycles part number : 
Manufacturer part number : 
Cycling Plus Recommended 10/10 Nov 2007. An impressively bright 5 led tail light from Cateye. This evolution of the LD600 has double the runtime of the old model, a narrower size (but more visible because the led’s have moved further outwards), and an easy access switch. The Hold “off” switch system avoids accidentally switching the unit off (you must hold it down to turn off). Highly water resistant and well sealed case. Flex tight mounting system. Runtime: 30 hours in constant mode 60 hours in flashing mode, 2 x AAA batteries included.
Related Products
Product Reviews (2)
Questions & Answers (1) Q & A
Download File  
Related products
Cateye RM-1 Rear Saddle Mount Bracket Cateye RM-1 Rear Saddle Mount Bracket £9.99 Inc VAT Quick view
Cateye SP-12 Rear Flex Bracket Cateye SP-12 Rear Flex Bracket £4.99 Inc VAT Quick view
Cateye Rear Multi-Mount Bracket Cateye Rear Multi-Mount Bracket £4.99 Inc VAT Quick view
Product Reviews (2)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
By Commuter
05 Dec 2018
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Great light, good side visibility, much brighter than it's predecessor.
Very Bright
By Victoria Tsavdaridou
11 Sep 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
High quality back light. Very bright. Better mounting system than previous models
Questions & Answers (1)
Do You Sell Any Led Rear Lights That Conform To Bs6102/3
07 Nov 2014
or equivalent .
Are any of the lights that you stock legal to use in this country ?
Hi, Its possible a number of the lights we sell conform to that standard. But unfortunately no light company I'm aware of publicly advertises if a certain light conforms to either of those standards, its normally only printed onto the lens of the light and to know would require checking all of the hundreds of lights we stock individually by removing them from all of their packaging. The reason light companies don't publish it is that the BS102/3 standard is an out of date standard that has changed very little in the past 25 years, the last change 9 years ago was to partially accept use of LED lights. It is also a standard in our experience is not enforced and almost any form of front or rear lighting tend to be accepted as road legal. Thanks.