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    Blinky light that fits on camelbak

    Anybody found a good light to hang on the back of a camelbak? I have tried a few, but they all end up pointing at the ground so not sure they do much good. I do have a light on the seatpost already, but wanted one higher also.

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    The planet bike Blinky 3 seems to work well.

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    Ditto
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    that's what I use as well. I used to have a Niterider POS and this one is much better.
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    How do you turn these Cateye lights on? I was given two, but haven't figured out how to turn them on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcruz8
    How do you turn these Cateye lights on? I was given two, but haven't figured out how to turn them on.
    You touch the magnet (on the end of the cord) to the reflector to turn it on. Hit it again to change flash modes or to cycle to the off position.

    (make sure you remove the piece of paper that separates the batteries or you won't get any power)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXL
    You touch the magnet (on the end of the cord) to the reflector to turn it on. Hit it again to change flash modes or to cycle to the off position.

    (make sure you remove the piece of paper that separates the batteries or you won't get any power)
    Well I feel special...

    I've had this for 6 months and haven't been able to turn it on until now. Thanks!

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