Lezyne Deca Drive Loaded Rechargable Front Light £69.99 Delivered using code @ Chain Reaction Cycles (Black or white)
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Lezyne Deca Drive Loaded Rechargable Front Light £69.99 Delivered using code @ Chain Reaction Cycles (Black or white)

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Found 12th Sep 2016Made hot 14th Sep 2016
Use Code - CLEAR2016 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.

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Original Poster Editor

This Elite SuperCrono Mag Force Bundle looks pretty decent for what you get too, at £99.99 with the above code. Comes with a block, Sweat guard and water bottle too. Decent for indoor training throughout the winter months. You can get that Here


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Edited by: "NeoTrix" 12th Sep 2016

NeoTrix

This Elite SuperCrono Mag Force Bundle looks pretty decent for what you … This Elite SuperCrono Mag Force Bundle looks pretty decent for what you get too at £99.99 with the above code. Comes with a block, Sweat guard and water bottle too. Decent for indoor training throughout the winter months. You can get that Here[img]http://media.chainreactioncycles.com/is/image/ChainReactionCycles/prod134952_Black_NE_01?wid=500&hei=505[/img]



you probably won't need a light on that

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chrisbass

you probably won't need a light on that



Just probably?

Jeez, this costs more than my bike.

10% off for British Cycling too.

Personally in the winter I use a cheap CREE XML light (£20, on its 3rd year) alongside my Exposure TracR lights.

mel1408

Jeez, this costs more than my bike.



BSO*

I've been shopping for bike lights tonight and was thinking about this but I decided to for the Lezyne Macro Drive 600XL front and rear light set from Tredz.co.uk for £58.65 using code ECWJ2R (£5 off £50)

Link here

Heat for this deal though. This is a much better light for off road riding

The_Hoff

10% off for British Cycling too.Personally in the winter I use a cheap … 10% off for British Cycling too.Personally in the winter I use a cheap CREE XML light (£20, on its 3rd year) alongside my Exposure TracR lights.



​You need to spend £99 for that I think.

mel1408

Jeez, this costs more than my bike.



I use a CREE torch from ebay The ones with a wide front £9 plus a handlebar mount £3 it uses one 18650 battery, the beam is IMO as bright as any fancy cycle light even the ones with massive under frame battery packs and lights the way ahead clearly on the unlit country roads. on lit roads i can set it to flashing or dim mode to prelong the battery life, I charge the battery after about 2 hours of on time and keep a spare with me, but never had it run out of power on a ride yet. (Tip dont buy cheap 18650s or chargers on ebay get a genuine branded one with a protection circuit)

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Edited by: "solidamber" 14th Sep 2016

solidamber

I use a CREE torch from ebay The ones with a wide front £9 plus a … I use a CREE torch from ebay The ones with a wide front £9 plus a handlebar mount £3 it uses one 18650 battery, the beam is as bright as any xenon car headlight


Unlike any xenon car headlight though, its beam is not shaped to avoid blinding oncoming vehicles, cyclists or pedestrians.

I use a nitecore ea4 ( ea41 is the newer version) and its very bright and takes 4 x aa's. Costs about £45.

pibpob

Unlike any xenon car headlight though, its beam is not shaped to avoid … Unlike any xenon car headlight though, its beam is not shaped to avoid blinding oncoming vehicles, cyclists or pedestrians.


Ok maybe a bit of an exaggeration ive edited

This must be a truly great light. However, it is exactly £10 more expensive than the road bike I bought courtesy of hotukdeals a couple of years ago which has now done some serious miles. Is this not just a poncy torch?
I do like the Cree torch above though, get that posted as a deal.

Can't have too much light with the idiot car drivers on the road.
Swear they'd hit a lighthouse fully lit up..

jamgin

Can't have too much light with the idiot car drivers on the road.Swear … Can't have too much light with the idiot car drivers on the road.Swear they'd hit a lighthouse fully lit up..


Yes, because they might be blinded by it. I sympathise, but making sure you're seen is not the same as blinding everyone who sees you. You can get Fresnel lenses to go on those cheap Cree torches to flatten the beam a bit. Don't begrudge paying half the cost of the torch for one.

solidamber

Ok maybe a bit of an exaggeration ive edited


No prob - you are right that they really are bright and shouldn't be shone at people, even if they're not quite as bright as a car headlight.

70 quids for a light?

pibpob

Yes, because they might be blinded by it. I sympathise, but making sure … Yes, because they might be blinded by it. I sympathise, but making sure you're seen is not the same as blinding everyone who sees you. You can get Fresnel lenses to go on those cheap Cree torches to flatten the beam a bit. Don't begrudge paying half the cost of the torch for one.



I was always know if my light is pointing too high as drivers show their displeasure by deliberately driving at me....

nandunanu

70 quids for a light?



You'll spend nearly that on a full tank of petrol for a car.

nandunanu

70 quids for a light?



Yeh its pretty cheap right? My Exposure light cost quite a lot more but this one seems to be better designed.

hutokdeals

This must be a truly great light. However, it is exactly £10 more … This must be a truly great light. However, it is exactly £10 more expensive than the road bike I bought courtesy of hotukdeals a couple of years ago which has now done some serious miles. Is this not just a poncy torch?



Not really. Sounds like you just have a rubbish bike and probably an even worse torch.

Thanks just bought one for the husband been on the lookout for one for a while
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