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for £10 off a £75+ Spend
A really good cycle light at this price point. Often compared to the Cateye Volt1200 (which is much more expensive) Reviews are really good for both units, although at £69.99 delivered i think the Lexyne model is very tempting. With the evenings getting darker as we head towards the end of the year, it might be worth considering this if you cycle a lot, especially down unlit county lanes and such. It's nice to be able to check power levels when out an about too.
It is a closed unit that can be charged with USB wall adaptor or even a micro USB cable. As you'll see below the beam is said to give really good peripheral lighting, which i found is backed up by the reviews. Maybe one for your shortlist if you're shopping around for new lights. Just to be clear, this is for just the Front light only.Product info
The Lezyne Deca Drive is designed with a sleek CNC-sculpted aluminum body in a compact, self-contained configuration. It features Constant Lumens power management that drives three LEDs at a steady and bright 800 lm.
Overdrive Race Mode makes it possible for quick switching between Overdrive and Economy, and its Infinite Light design allows for on-demand battery replacement. The Intelligent Power Indicator button allows the user to check the power level any time. It is recharged either with fast, high eﬃciency, 2 Amp recharging with a compatible wall adaptor, or via a Micro USB cable for ultimate convenience. The Deca Drive’s Composite Matrix hard mounts secure the light to 31.8mm and 25.4mm handlebars. Primarily designed for road cyclists, the Deca Drive is powerful enough for unlit paths and dark lanes.The lens provides a strong beam focused about 10m away as well as good peripheral light.