The Lezyne Macro Drive 1300 XXL Lumen Front LED Light is an impressive all in one light that boasts up to 1300 lumens of power in a small form factor. You get a wide and generous beam spread from 3 LED'S up front that are housed in a machined aluminum case which also has cooling fins that optimize performance.
Who's this item for: Riders looking for a compact all in one light with decent power output and great runtimes.
LED Type: 3x LED's Battery Type: Internal, but can be powered by a separately sold battery Modes, Output and Runtime: 1300 lumens with a max 148 hours of runtime(in Femto mode)
7 modes - including a mode memory function
Overdrive - 1300 lumens - 2:30 hours
Blast - 800 lumens - 4 hours
Enduro - 450 lumens - 8 hours
Economy - 150 lumens - 23 hours
Femto - 15 lumens - 148 hours
Flash - 150 lumens - 42 hours
Pulse - 150 lumens - 39 hours
Charging Method and Time: Micro USB 3.5 hours Mount Type: Universal Silicone strap mount. Other mounts can be purchased separately Beam Angle: No degree given, however the Tri-Focus Optics deliver a bright centre spot as well as a large wide-angle throw. Waterproof Rating: IPX7 Dimensions and Weight: 208g What's in The Box:
1 x Lezyne Super Drive 1300 XXL Light
1 x Silicone Rubber Mounting Strap for bars up to 35mm
1 x Micro USB charging cable
1 x User Manual
Compatibility:(all sold separately)
Lezyne LED Remote Switch
Lezyne Smart Wireless System
Leyzne Infinite Light Power Pack (6,000mAh)
Lezyne Handlebar Mounts
Lezyne Helmet Mounts
Pros: A great sized light that offers some impressive run times. Cons: Lack of mounting options out of the box
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