Lezyne KTV Drive Pro Front / Lezyne KTV Drive Rear £13.11 delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Lezyne KTV Drive Pro Front / Lezyne KTV Drive Rear £13.11 delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles

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Found 17th JanMade hot 17th Jan
Lezyne KTV Drive Pro Front Light £8.99 Here
Lezyne KTV Drive Rear Light Here

They are rechargeable and have a built-in USB stick connector, which is nifty.

Only black and silver available for the front
Black, sliver, red or blue for the rear light, at the time of posting
Delivery is Free if you're buying both

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Lezyne KTV Drive Pro Front
The Lezyne KTV Pro is a compact, aluminum bodied, 70 lumen front safety light. The machined aluminum body is lightweight, durable, and extremely weather-resistant.

The Composite Matrix back clip features our moveable Clip-On System, for versatile strapped or clipped mounting. The multi-position silicon rubber strap attaches directly to the back clip to secure the light to a wide range of handle bar diameters. The Side Visibility lens extends beyond the body providing 180 degree visibility, and increasing user safety. The bottom cap can be removed to reveal its integrated USB stick, making recharging convenient and cable free. The KTV Pro is available as a single front light or as a front/rear combo, paired with the KTV Drive Rear.

Lezyne KTV Drive Rear Light
The Lezyne KTV Drive Rear is a bright, ultra-compact, 7 lm safety taillight. The CNC –machined aluminum body is lightweight, durable, and extremely weather-resistant.

The Composite Matrix back clip features the Clip-On System, with movable clip, for versatile strapped or clipped mounting. The multi-position silicon rubber strap attaches directly to the back plate to secure the light to a wide range of handle bar diameters. The Side Visilbility lens extends beyond the body providing 180 degrees visibility, and increasing user safety. The bottom cap can be removed to reveal it's integrated USB stick, making recharging convenient and cable free.

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And the Get Deal button goes to the set, not to the individual products.

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TrevorPH

And the Get Deal button goes to the set, not to the individual products.


Links are in the OP

I know but the Get Deal button traditionally goes to the offer not to the one not to buy ;-)

Original Poster Editor

TrevorPH

I know but the Get Deal button traditionally goes to the offer not to the … I know but the Get Deal button traditionally goes to the offer not to the one not to buy ;-)



Hey, it was changed after posting, as with the price mistype. The direct links are in the OP also

Excellent find may go for these

Got these and for the money, I'm happy with them. The front one will not flood your way with light, but you will be seen (which for commuting in the city is all I find I'm interested in). Run time seems pretty accurate so far.

One down side is that there is no quick/fiddle free way of removing the lights. Most others seem to come off the mount/bracket, these however don't seem to. You have to stretch the rubber strap around the seat tube or handle bars onto a hook on the light in order to attach the light. To remove the lights, you have to undo this and reinstall when you return. Bit fiddly, especially in the cold/wet.

I'd buy again, but be warned if faff isn't your thing.

ordered..cheers op

I use these. Fine for making you visible when commuting. Have had 2 straps snap so far, though.

Lezyne quality at not much more than Chinese prices for 'be seen' lights has to be a winner! !!! hat. ..

nobigdeal

Got these and for the money, I'm happy with them. The front one will not … Got these and for the money, I'm happy with them. The front one will not flood your way with light, but you will be seen (which for commuting in the city is all I find I'm interested in). Run time seems pretty accurate so far.One down side is that there is no quick/fiddle free way of removing the lights. Most others seem to come off the mount/bracket, these however don't seem to. You have to stretch the rubber strap around the seat tube or handle bars onto a hook on the light in order to attach the light. To remove the lights, you have to undo this and reinstall when you return. Bit fiddly, especially in the cold/wet.I'd buy again, but be warned if faff isn't your thing.


Cheers for the heads up. I was thinking about going for these, but not having a quick release to a bracket is a must for me.

Ordered. Good deal. Cheers

I have one of these (front light). I'd say battery life is more like 2-2.5 hours and I find the USB stick a bit fiddly and annoying. But voting hot as it is undoubtedly a good price for these lights.
Edited by: "wantsomepls" 17th Jan

One thing I noticed. The set is for the KTV Drive Pro set, but the individual items are for the Pro front light and the non-Pro rear light. The non-pro set is £8.99.

Just something to be aware of if you were expecting the Pro set by ordering the individual items.

Really not a fan of these crappy rubber band mounts lights seem to come with these days. Anyone know a better way to mount them? There are some decent lights out there that are ruined by this cheapskate, corner cutting mounting system.

nobigdeal

One down side is that there is no quick/fiddle free way of removing the … One down side is that there is no quick/fiddle free way of removing the lights. Most others seem to come off the mount/bracket, these however don't seem to. You have to stretch the rubber strap around the seat tube or handle bars onto a hook on the light in order to attach the light. To remove the lights, you have to undo this and reinstall when you return.



"Clip On System: Clip-On System is a patent-pending, dual purpose, universal clip and strap attachment system, integrated into the back cap of the LED light."

I have these and find them excellent. They are bright, easy to charge, and pretty sure I get about 3 hours battery at least.

Besford

"Clip On System: Clip-On System is a patent-pending, dual purpose, … "Clip On System: Clip-On System is a patent-pending, dual purpose, universal clip and strap attachment system, integrated into the back cap of the LED light."


From what I can see, the patent-pending clip is not a million miles from the 'system' that holds your bic in your shirt pocket

Thanks op ordered

I ordered a set of these thither day and forgot to put them up as a deal. Heat from me. I've a few other lezyne items and they've all been good.

These lights get good write ups on Road.cc

yanick

One thing I noticed. The set is for the KTV Drive Pro set, but the … One thing I noticed. The set is for the KTV Drive Pro set, but the individual items are for the Pro front light and the non-Pro rear light. The non-pro set is £8.99.Just something to be aware of if you were expecting the Pro set by ordering the individual items.



​Only the front light has a pro model. The rear in the pro set isn't a different spec.

Great price for this set. The front light is great, not quite bright enough for dark country lanes but fine for dawn/dusk or lit roads and great for being seen. The short flash mode lasts ages.

The rear isn't as good. The light is fairly directional and, as most seat posts have a backward rake, it pretty much points towards the ground, limiting its effectiveness. I use it as a spare.

Still great quality though, and I'd be delighted to get the front alone at this price so the rear is a just a bonus.

Just bought front and rear for 11.70 so even cheaper now!
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