The Lezyne Zecto Drive Light set features two super compact, ultra-visible LED lights designed specifically for safe cycling. Each compact composite light houses three powerful LED's in a housing that is built to defeat the elements.
With the 250 lumen front light, every pothole and shard of glass in the roadway will be illuminated with bright, shining light. While the rear light pumps out up to 80 lumens of red light, alerting motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians to your presence. Each light charges in 2.5 hours via the included micro-USB cable, and provides up to 14 hours of illumination up front, or 10 hours out back. These versatile lights provide 8 different light modes to meet the ever changing lighting requirements.
- 250 max lumen front light, 80 max lumen rear light.
- 8 different light modes.
- Weather resistant body with intuitive 2-in-1 Clip-On Mounting system.
- Maximum battery life: 24 hours (front) / 11 hours (rear).
- Charge time: 2.5 hours front and rear.
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Mfg PartNum: 1-LED-8P-V304
Shipping Available: Ships to You
Light Type: Rechargeable
Lumens: 100-500 Front / 20-100 Rear
I bought a 2nd set of these when I got a new gravel bike. I like the dim-dim-bright flash setting, very attention getting. My rides last up to 6-7 hours and lights are still going strong, I leave them on the charged overnight and they're good to go the next day. I've had the old ones 3-4 years with no problems in rain, snow and mud. Plus they're nice and compact. with a versatile mount system. Good product.
I use the LZD light set as a safety mechanism. Its powerful lights provide great piece of mind. If drivers don't see them it's solely because they're not looking.
The lights are well built, sturdy and easy to use. The only downside is that the charging ports are a little hard to access.
Easy to mount and BRIGHT. The only thing I don't like about these lights is the slightly offset "saddle" area that sits on the bar or seatpost. I don't understand why they designed them in this fashion. Makes centering the lights difficult or not at all.
I want to be seen more than to see. I especially wanted the 250 lumen back light. I would make sure you
get 250 for the rear light. 80 lumens is okay, but 250 is awesome. Ask BTD if you can get 250 front and 250 rear. or maybe buy an extra 250 rear light and keep the 80 lumen rear as a backup light. I think 250 front and back light package would be better. If you can't get that, then get 250 rear light separately. If you set it for "blinking" you save battery power and it is more visible. Cars tend to give you plenty of room. They move way over from me when they pass from behind. Not because they are nice people...but because that darn light is so bright they want to get out of direct line of sight with that 250 lumen back light. If anyone runs me over, I will know they are aiming for me. No way they can pretend they didn't see me.
My primary use for these lights is for daytime road riding, to increase the chances of getting motorists' attention and keeping me safer. I use one of the strobe (flashing) settings on both lights and the flashes are powerful and get noticed. The front strobe has kept a couple of overanxious motorists from pulling out in front of me. The rear flash is very effective and I am sure that it increases my visibility.
My longest ride has been around 5 hours, and on the strobe setting, both lights worked great, with no noticeable reduction in brightness over the course of the ride. The lights recharge from USB ports, so after a ride, just plug them in at the same time as your cycling computer, easy peasy. I have only used the lights once at night, for a short trip, but I was impressed with the functionality and utility of the headlight, it does an awesome job lighting up your path considering it's size. If you are looking for a dedicated night lighting setup, especially for longer rides, there are probably better systems out there with more power and a longer run time.
This light set is reasonably lightweight and easy to strap on to the handlebar, seat post or frame using the rubber strap on each light. They are water 'resistant', but you have to be sure the USB rubber plug is firmly seated to avoid water intrusion. The lights are compact and have a very clean design that is unobtrusive. It's nice to get both front and rear lights in one pack. Because they're a set, they operate similarly to one another Mounting on the bike, choosing a lighting setting (there are multiple options for flashes or constant light as well as brightness levels), run times and recharging procedures are similar for both lights. Overall, these lights are so easy to use, and so effective for getting noticed that I've made them a regular part of my daily ride gear.
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