Lezyne Macro Drive 800XL and Strip Pro Light Set @ Evans Cycles £47.99 - HotUKDeals
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Lezyne Macro Drive 800XL and Strip Pro Light Set @ Evans Cycles £47.99

£47.99 @ Evans Cycles
A quality set of cycle lights for the winter evening/ day running lights, excellent brand with a quality finish. Mulitple light and flashing modes with up to 800 Lumen for front lamp and 100 for rear.… Read More
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A quality set of cycle lights for the winter evening/ day running lights, excellent brand with a quality finish. Mulitple light and flashing modes with up to 800 Lumen for front lamp and 100 for rear. Note: the rear is the Pro model so brighter than the regular Strip lamp. USB rechargeable both front and rear a real bonus... £47.99 Including P&P (RRP £99.00 next best price £75.00). Also..Don't forget TCB @ 2.2%,

Blurb from Evans Cycles:

The Lezyne Macro Drive and Strip Pro Light Set is a powerfull and all round light set that can see you down your favourite trail or point those horrible pot holes out whilst you're on your way home from work. The 800XL has a compact, durable and heat-dissipating extruded and machined aluminum body. Ultrahigh-output LEDs delivering up to 800 lumens. Optional Overdrive Race Mode toggles between Overdrive and Economy modes only. Mode Memory function returns to selected mode after turning off. Enhanced MOR (Maximum Optical Reflection) lens with built-in side visibility. High-speed 2 Amp USB charging capabilities (with compatible wall adapter).

The Strip Pro Rear light is an eye catching rear light with 9 flash settings which work well when riding different weathers or to cope with the remaining battery life of the light. constructed from a co-molded lens/body makes for a tough and water proof light. With enhanced MOR (Maximum Optical Reflection) the Strip Pro has great optics that will always catch someones eye.

Charging via Micro Usb cable supplied
Battery Life Indicator
Mounting:Simple and easy to use Silicone Rubber strap
Light modes: Front: 7 modes / Rear: 9 modes
Construction: CNC Machined Aluminium front light and Co-molded plastic and silicone rubber rear
Weight:Front - 152.8 grams / Rear - 69 grams
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#1
Great kit
#2
I picked up this set at the beginning of winter to get me through 23 miles of unlit canals everyday and I swear by them. As well as being very bright and effective they have a surprisingly long battery life
#3
Great deal. I'd buy if I didn't already own them.
1 Like #4
The only thing I don't like about mine is that it's the rubber pull type rather than the quick release click on ones.
#5
Do you still get 2 for 1 Tesco Clubcard boost with Evans? If so could be an even better deal....
banned#6
every cycle should have one of these!.
I'm fed up with those on a night with standard bike lights.

at the end of day, it will save your life!
1 Like #7
exciton
Do you still get 2 for 1 Tesco Clubcard boost with Evans? If so could be an even better deal....

You do indeed!

£5 for of vouchers for £2.50 of CC points
1 Like #8
Good price. I have the 600XL and it's brilliant, imagine this would be a great light.
1 Like #9
Same price at Halfords. I get 30% off there so probably get from there. Thanks
#10
Halfords link
http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bike-lights/bike-lights/lezyne-macro-drive-800xl-strip-pro-pair
My bad just seen out of stock


Edited By: y_am_I_buying_this on Feb 13, 2017 09:59: Out of stock
#11
Blast it, spend £20 on a rear light (moon shield-X-auto ) alone a month ago. Would have much rather have spend the extra £30 on this for the front light which has some solid review.
#12
Fiver off a £40 spend when you sign up to newsletter (may need to make a new acc)
#13
got this on an amazon daily deal and its great. I have the battery pack tucked neatly under the seat. Light and battery life very very good

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B015FFO5DM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
#14
Recently bought smaller Lezyne from a post on HUKD - not impressed. Heavy, poor attachment system and not especially bright. I have far better from Aldi at a lower price.

Can't comment directly on these but I suspect that, like so much bike stuff, you're paying a lot for the brand name.
1 Like #15
£50 for lights. I might understand if these where for a car, but it's a bicycle. Your just be screwed over simples
2 Likes #16
leeparsons
£50 for lights. I might understand if these where for a car, but it's a bicycle. Your just be screwed over simples
Quick call a medic, he's showing signs of a stroke...
2 Likes #17
leeparsons
£50 for lights. I might understand if these where for a car, but it's a bicycle. Your just be screwed over simples
Good point, cyclists don't need to see where they're going or visible to other road users
1 Like #18
W_D_G
leeparsons
£50 for lights. I might understand if these where for a car, but it's a bicycle. Your just be screwed over simples
Good point, cyclists don't need to see where they're going or visible to other road users
I never said that, nor is that a senseible or realistic statement to make. How much are car head lights?
1 Like #19
leeparsons
W_D_G
leeparsons
£50 for lights. I might understand if these where for a car, but it's a bicycle. Your just be screwed over simples
Good point, cyclists don't need to see where they're going or visible to other road users
I never said that, nor is that a senseible or realistic statement to make. How much are car head lights?

I think the point being a car has a very good power source and a cockpit to to control the switch on/off. All that needs to light weight and efficient, hence these are more expensive. Personally I would say worth every penny. IMHO
#20
leeparsons
W_D_G
leeparsons
£50 for lights. I might understand if these where for a car, but it's a bicycle. Your just be screwed over simples
Good point, cyclists don't need to see where they're going or visible to other road users
I never said that, nor is that a senseible or realistic statement to make. How much are car head lights?


Over £100 each including bulb, lens, enclosure etc. Doesn't include the necessary battery either. All of these are included with the Lezyne lights that the OP posted.
#21
expired now
#22
Anyone's been dispatched?

Up to £74.99 now so looks like a misprice where the guy updating the website got the 7 and 4 the wrong way around.
#23
aye 74.99 now :(

Cheaper at halfords lol

I forgot to order mine yesterday after waiting for the 5off code haha.
Was using CC rewards too boo :( lol

Edited By: J1135 on Feb 15, 2017 09:41
#24
:( too bad it's over.
#25
Did anyone receive this light? Or did Evan/s cancel orders?
#26
Received mine yesterday so fantastic deal!
#27
Forget to mention that I also received the £5:00 off as well bringing it down to £42:99 Bargain
#28
Glad you got it. I feel bad for being so slow.

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