Lezyne Zecto Drive 80 Lumen LED-USB Rear Light

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The Lezyne Zecto Drive 20 Lumen LED/USB Rear Light is a low profiles, versatile and super bright tail light with a number of great features. Made from a lightweight and durable composite body this light can easily be mounted around a seat post or even onto straps, loops or clips with the patented 2-in-1 system. It has a max output of 80 lumens in daytime flash mode otherwise it sits at a very visible 20 lumens in economy mode which lasts up to 11 hours on a full charge and can be recharged via USB

Specs:

  • Max Lumens: 80
  • Weight: 47g
  • Max Runtime: 11 hours (in Economy mode)
  • Recharge Time: 2.5 hours
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What can I say, best rear light I've had I ride 7,000km a year and I need a light I don't have to keep charging and this one does the job, Great light.

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What can I say, best rear light I've had I ride 7,000km a year and I need a light I don't have to keep charging and this one does the job, Great light.

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