New Compact LED Lights From Lezyne Light Up Your Commute

Lezyne LED-MacroDuo-zoom1For their 8 year anniversary, Lezyne is launching a trio of versatile new LED lights that are targeted towards the commuter market. Their new Lezyne Macro Duo is an updated version of their popular Macro Drive format, that integrates a rear 5 lumen LED in the end cap.

The front facing LED is 400 lumens and runs for 1:30 at that brightness. Dropping the power down to 200 lumens, it will provide a claimed 3:30 of light, on a four hour recharge. Lezyne-LED-MacroDuo-Helmet Mount

Also included in the package is a handlebar and helmet mount.

Retail is $84.99.
Lezyne LED-ZectoAuto-zoom2

The Zecto series is available in a variety of different iterations. Among our favorites is the Drive Pro, which can be convert between a front and rear light as needed. The New Zecto Auto houses three rear LEDs  to deliver up to 20 lumens, and uses internal motion sensor to turn of the flash after 3 minutes of inactivity, and turn it back on when in motion.

The light uses a silicon band to attach conveniently to your bike, or can be mounted to a seatbag or backpack using the integrated clip on system. Retail is $49.99.
Lezyne KTV LED (3)

All new this year is the KTV front and rear specific lights. This ultra compact USB rechargable LED light, weighs only 50g, and provides up to 15 lumens. In solid mode, it will run upto 4:30 minutes on a single charge, but the pulse and flash modes extend the run time significantly.  Lezyne KTV LED (2)

The system mounts to your handlebars via a silicon strap, or a bag using the same clip on system found on the popular Zecto series. Unlike those models though, no microUSB charging cables are requires, as this light will plug directly into your computer when it needs more juice.

Lezyne KTV LED (1)For night time visibility, the KTB Drive Rear offers 7 lumens and runs for 5:30 minutes in pulse mode. Each light is available individually in either silver, black, red, or blue, for $19.99, or as a pair for $38.99. Their small size, easy plug in rechargability, and low price, make these lights a sleek and attractive option for first time bicycle commuters, or those looking to keep a spare set handy.

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Comments

Mark - 07/08/14 - 2:41am

Except for reliability and usability. I have seen so many of these cheap Chinese light fail, most of the time the battery pack stops working. Not that strange since it is most of the time far from waterproof and the overall engineering job is lousy.

With the usability the problem is the amount of unfocused lights produced by these Chinese lights. You blind all other traffic with them, especially when it is on the helmet. I guess you don’t like when cars don’t shut off the high beams?

pk - 07/08/14 - 6:53pm

I wish they made lights with no blinking at all. :P
Or atleast some mode to turn them off completely. Very annoying to click through x useless modes to find only useable one.

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