Stay Seen During Your Night Rides
The Lezyne Strip Alert Drive is an advanced LED bike taillight with a custom-programmed "Alert" technology. It features a Wide Angle Optics lens that provides up to 270° of visibility, as well as an innovative automatic braking sensor. When decelerating, the light will turn solid like a brake light and then provide a distinct flash pattern once stopped to alert riders or vehicles from behind. The light will then change back to its previous output mode once the rider resumes his or her ride.
Its co-molded construction is super compact, highly water-resistant, and boasts five LEDs offering up to 300 lumens of output. With five output modes, including a Daytime Flash mode, it's got options for any time of day or night. A versatile mounting system attaches to aero or round posts and it's micro-USB rechargeable. This is the ultimate cycling taillight for impressive daytime visibility and superior visibility after dark.
Weighing in at 66g
Blast Mode – 35 lumens for 8:00 hour max runtime
Economy Mode – 5 lumens for 28:00 hour max runtime
Daytime Flash Mode – 300 lumens for 6:15 hour max runtime
Flash 1 Mode – 60 lumens for 7:15 hour max runtime
Flash 2 Mode – 60 lumens for 8:30 hour max runtime
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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This is the best rear light I have ever had. Not only is it extremely bright, it has a unique feature that changes the light when ever it senses braking to work as a brake light.
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