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CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
Top 51%130 points
Top 51%
Top 7%244 points
Top 7%
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
Top specs, facts and figures

CatEye Sumo 3 vs Lupine Betty R 14: 22 facts in comparison

1. Weather sealed

Device is protected with extra seals to prevent failures due to any kind of weather.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
88% have it

2. brightness (high mode)

The light is more intense on high mode. The amount of light emitted is measured in lumens.
2100lm
Lupine Betty R 7: 4500lm
4500lm

3. charge time

The time it takes to fully charge the battery.
5h
Moon X Power 1300: 2.5h
5.5h

4. runtime (high mode)

The amount of time the light will last from a full charge when on high mode. High mode is a steady light mode at the highest intensity.
1h
DiNotte XML-1: 5h
2h

5. has a battery level indicator

An indicator shows you when the device has low battery.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
90% have it

6. runtime (low mode)

The amount of time the light will last from a full charge when on low mode. Low mode is a steady light mode at a low intensity.
10h
Lupine Piko 7: 116h
47.5h

7. lumens per gram

It emits more lumens of light per gram of weight.
3.24
Exposure Lights Equinox: 16.12
7.37

8. weight

38g lighter.
648g
Serfas TSL-200: 50g
610g

9. has a rechargeable battery

The battery can be recharged and used over again.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
95% have it

10. runtime (mid mode)

The amount of time the light will last from a full charge when on mid mode. Mid mode is a steady light mode at a medium intensity.
2.5h
Lupine Piko 7: 12h
4.25h

11. Has SOS mode

The light has an SOS mode. This is used in emergency situations to attract attention.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
23% have it

12. Has pulse mode

The light has a pulse mode. Pulse mode has the benefit of saving battery by slowly changing between a high and low-intensity light, while maintaining a steady light, which is less distracting.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
24% have it

13. warranty period

When covered under the manufacturer’s warranty it is possible to get a replacement in the case of a malfunction.
2
Exposure Lights Reflex Mk2: 2
2

14. Can be mounted on helmet

A helmet mounted light is more suitable for night-time mountain biking as the light follows your head around tight corners and bends.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
70% have it

15. Has side lights

It has extra lights on the side, helping to make the rider more visible.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
14% have it

16. Has tool-less mount

It has a tool-less mount, making it easier to put on and remove. This is particularly useful in big cities where crime is more prevalent.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
96% have it

17. width

44mm narrower.
89mm
Lupine Piko U4: 32mm
45mm

18. Can be mounted on handlebars

Mounted to your handlebars, the light is more suitable for biking on roads.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
96% have it

19. battery power

2.87x more battery power.
4600mAh
Exposure Lights Six Pack Mk4: 14500mAh
13200mAh

20. All-in-one light

The bike light is an all-in-one. Some lights feature a separate battery that is connected to the light via a cable, but an all-in-one light is more compact and cable-free.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
58% have it

21. Has additional light for helmet

This bike light includes both a front and a rear helmet light. These lights have been shown to make the rider more visible and increase safety on the roads.
CatEye Sumo 3
Lupine Betty R 14
3% have it

22. number of light modes

With more light modes you are more likely to find the perfect setting for any given situation, such as when you need the brightest light or when you need to conserve battery.
4
Lupine Piko U4: 15
14

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