How many lumens? 1,300 front. 300 rear.
The Macro Drive 1300XXL is a new high-powered LED cycling light offering up to 1,300 lumens of output. It features Lezyne's Tri-Focus optics, which creates a brighter center spot in a large wide-angle pattern. This front light is constructed from machined aluminum and has cooling fins that optimize performance. The light is micro-USB rechargeable and it can run for up to a massive 148 hours on a full charge. A versatile strap secures it to a variety of handlebar sizes.
The new Strip Drive Rear Pro has been optimized with Lezyne's new Wide Angle Optics lens (270° of visibility) and received a massive 32.5-hour increase in maximum runtime for up to 53 hours. It still features a class-leading 300-lumen Daytime Flash mode, in addition to 10 other output options thanks to its five LEDs. Its co-molded construction is now more compact and can be mounted to aero or round posts. Equipped with a micro-USB port, charging simple and efficient.
Max Lumens: 1300
Max Runtime: 148 hours
Recharge Time: 3:30 hours
7 Light Modes
Max Lumens: 300
Max Runtime: 53 hours
Recharge Time: 2 hours
11 Light Modes
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Headlight is very bright
I bought this set with a gift certificate. My old lights, also from BTD, were about worn out. I commute by bike, so I have to have reliable lights. The lights appear to be good quality. I am not crazy about lights that are held on with a rubber band, but I will give them a pass anyway, as they appear fairly secure.
The headlight has multiple levels of light, including flashing modes, which I never use, as it distracts me. I did get cussed out by a homeless person with the light on medium, but consider the source. There is also a biker that has cussed me out with a much dimmer light, and just wait until he sees this! I can see quite a way ahead, and for once, I can see the critters that I nearly wipe out daily.
The taillight is impressive too, and has features I like. There are probably 10 modes. I like the one with several low flashes followed by a gotcha flash. The Lezyne has better switches than my previous Niterider taillight. I can turn it on and off with a single push, and not have to scroll through all the modes until it turns off. There is a battery indicator on side. This light looks modern.
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