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Lezyne Macrodrive 1100XL Front Cycling Headlight £38 @ Hlafords
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Lezyne Macrodrive 1100XL Front Cycling Headlight £38 @ Hlafords

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Posted 23rd Aug

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Great,bright light with many options with brightness and battery life options.

Halfords title is just 1100, the image shows an 1100XL model but I can confirm it is definately the 1100XL model that you get as I just picked mine up.
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I bought this. It's amazing. In thirty years of cycling it's my best and cheapest light. m.aliexpress.com/ite…0.0
38321835-88RIn.jpgI got almost the same one from Aldi last year (set of front and rear) for £14.99.

Honeslty it's so bright and has enough options for light. You could get two of those front and rear for less than the price of this.

Wait for those to come back out.
Edited by: "CalpolSixplus" 23rd Aug
Tried to.order in Glasgow. Just received a call to say no stock and they have no stock anywhere even though the order went through.
CalpolSixplus23/08/2019 17:49

[Image] I got almost the same one from Aldi last year (set of front and …[Image] I got almost the same one from Aldi last year (set of front and rear) for £14.99. Honeslty it's so bright and has enough options for light. You could get two of those front and rear for less than the price of this. Wait for those to come back out.


Nowhere near the quality, brightness or battery life of the OP I'm afraid. But thanks, good for those who need something more basic.
These macro drive lights are really good quality and bright also.
lezyne obviously makes good quality lights

but I can never justify their prices

I bought 4 LED torches with handlebar mounts & lithium batteries AND the rear light AND reflective spokes AND reflective tape for sides and helmet for about the same price
Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other direction? Like car headlights, it should be mandatory to dip them.
dewonderful24/08/2019 01:12

Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other …Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other direction? Like car headlights, it should be mandatory to dip them.


Yes, totally worse when those cyclists are riding side by side on the road - they should be on the cycle paths
dpathic200124/08/2019 10:23

Yes, totally worse when those cyclists are riding side by side on the road …Yes, totally worse when those cyclists are riding side by side on the road - they should be on the cycle paths


Ha ha. Clearly lives in a part of the country with plenty of cycle paths. Unfortunately just plenty of Psychopaths where I live
dewonderful24/08/2019 01:12

Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other …Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other direction? Like car headlights, it should be mandatory to dip them.


Yeah these wide beam lights are suitable for trails where you don't expect to see another person but not road riding. For road riding you should be using StVZO certified lights since they've got a beam pattern similar to car headlights. Unfortunately the cost is usually hefty.
dewonderful24/08/2019 01:12

Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other …Are these the ones that utterly blind people coming in the other direction? Like car headlights, it should be mandatory to dip them.


It's 1100 lumens on Max, can be turned down all the way to 150 I think, either way a pair of modern car lights drown them out. Like everything else it depends who is using the item. I expect the cyclist who doesn't dip their bike lights doesn't dip their car lights either. As far as breaking regs goes a reasonably bright bike light is neither here nor there.
dpathic200124/08/2019 10:23

Yes, totally worse when those cyclists are riding side by side on the road …Yes, totally worse when those cyclists are riding side by side on the road - they should be on the cycle paths


Blimey, how long since you read the highway code?
I'm a cyclist in London and most cyclists in London are rubbish. But, amazingly, the general quality does seem to be improving. At red traffic lights I now see several people waiting rather than just one or two...
I paid more than this for the 800XL version. Excellent light - feels built for a lifetime
Picked mine up last week from the Middlesbrough store. Had it in the shop for sale too. Great light, even better when using the £10 voucher I had
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