Lezyne's Mega Drive 1800i Front Light delivers up to 1800 lumens of output for serious night riding.
Its output is optimized by Tri-Focus Optics, which creates an ideal beam pattern for high speed. The Mega Drive1800I is constructed from machined aluminum with built-in cooling fins that improve its overall performance. With seven output modes, an Auto Day/Night sensor and optional features such as our Smart Connect System and Remote Switch compatibility, this light is super versatile. The light is also micro-USB rechargeable and it can run for up to a whopping 148 hours on a full charge. Additionally, the Mega Drive 1800l is compatible with Lezyne's Infinite Light Power Pack that can double the battery runtime. A versatile strap secures it to all common handlebar sizes.
Features & Specs:
- Max Lumens: 1800
- Weight: 237g
- Max runtime: 148 hours (in Femto mode)
- Recharge time: (2A): 4.5 hours, (1A): 9 hours
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2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Good, really not great
As compared to the Cateye headlights I've bought, this light falls short.
Yes, it DOES project some mighty lumens. This is a good, very good thing. Yay Lezyne for that.
Unfortunately, that's really the best thing I can say about it, and things go down hill from there - not in a good, wind in your face kind of way.
I have two gripes, neither of them huge, but in my view, significant. First off, I'm really not getting the battery staying power Lezyne claims on their site. Close, but maybe, 10% short of claims - and that's right out of the box, brand new (yeah, AFTER a full initial charge as instructed). Secondly, I'm not loving their attachment bracket, which, while functional, falls short. It's nothing more than a rubber strap that's not particularly easy to install as snug as you'd like, and I fear it won't last nearly as long as the much better brackets I'm used to from Cateye.
So yeah, it's a good light. Not great.
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