Lezyne KTV2 Drive Rear Light £7 + £2.99 p&p @ CRC
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Lezyne KTV2 Drive Rear Light £7 + £2.99 p&p @ CRC

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Found 20th Feb
Lezyne's KTV2 Drive Rear Light is the ideal addition to your bike for riding on busy city roads. It features an efficient 9 lumens output, ensuring you’ll stand out to any overtaking traffic well in advance. Highly practical, the KTV2 Drive Rear Light has power indicator LEDs and is charged via an integrated USB stick design.

  • Battery Type: Li-Ion
  • Battery Level Light: Yes
  • Charge Time: 3 hours
  • Output: 9 lumens
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£2.99 postage.
bob6443 h, 9 m ago

£2.99 postage.


does anyone ever pay postage at CRC or wiggle, i'd rather have a water bottle, pack of high5 tabs or a spare inner tube
I am not confident that this would be any good - well for any length of time ! as a daily cyclist I have opted for cheap Chinese lights that get broken or stolen every year, if not broken the water gets in and stops it from working, I have not found one that can last a year yet - I would have thought that the usb part would be easily damaged by moisture.
most iritating thing about my lights are the 7 modes that when you turn off you have to push through all the modes then miss the off and do it agan !
Output: 9 lumens

Surely that's not right, my 10 year old glow stick gives off more light than that!
matthat2 h, 4 m ago

I am not confident that this would be any good - well for any length of …I am not confident that this would be any good - well for any length of time ! as a daily cyclist I have opted for cheap Chinese lights that get broken or stolen every year, if not broken the water gets in and stops it from working, I have not found one that can last a year yet - I would have thought that the usb part would be easily damaged by moisture.most iritating thing about my lights are the 7 modes that when you turn off you have to push through all the modes then miss the off and do it agan !


Seconding that. I'm using Meilan X6 and X1 lights on my bike. Plenty bright enough though I wouldn't do night-time cross country riding with them plus all the higher end features like turning off when not in motion for X minutes or when the ambient light is bright enough, getting brighter when on bumpy roads, german-style beam spread so you're not blinding anyone etc. Each cost maybe a fiver more than this.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 21st Feb
I've bought a few Lezyne lights via HUKD posts over the last couple of years and I'm not impressed. I think you pay more for the brand name than the light output. Aldi lights are hard to beat when they come around a couple of times a year (can't be long now?).
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