CatEye Sync; Core, Kinetic and Wearable review

CatEye has produced three great lights to offer amazing visibility and they are all sync-able. I tested all three to see if the CatEye Sync is a good system

CatEye Sync
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

These are a great set of lights. Powerful enough to be seen and to see out in front with 500 lumens lighting the way. The rear lights work well as a pair but the Kinetic can be used on its own offering all you need in rear visibility.

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The new CatEye Sync range is the next step in bike lights where three units are connected together wirelessly so that when one is switched on, the others light up too.

Equally, when a mode is changed or the lights are to be turned off, one press of a button on one unit will change all the lights too.

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