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Lezyne Mirco Drive Pro 650XL front LED bike light for £22.50 click & collect or £27.49 delivered @ Evans Cycles
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Lezyne Mirco Drive Pro 650XL front LED bike light for £22.50 click & collect or £27.49 delivered @ Evans Cycles

£22.50£4550%Evans Cycles Deals
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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Half price on the Mirco Drive Pro 650XL by Lezyne, which is £22.50 click & collect to your local Evans Cycle store, or delivered to your door for £4.99 extra.

This seems like a great deal, as the next best price seems to be £45 that I can find, but please let me know otherwise. A high-end front LED light for sure, but at this price probably worth it.

"The Lezyne Mirco Drive Pro 650XL Front Light is a multi-purpose performance LED cycling light. Compact, durable and heat-dissipating CNC machined aluminium construction. Ultrahigh-output LEDs delivering up to 650 lumens. Highly disruptive Daytime Flash mode. 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. Versatile strap securely mounts to all standard bar shapes, including aero bars. High-speed 2 Amp USB charging capabilities (with compatible wall adapter).
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Specifications
Brightness MAX LUMENS: 650 lm
Run Time: 72 hours (in Femto mode)
Charge Time: 2 hours (1A) / N/A (2A)
Weight: 144g


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18 Comments
got the loaded one for a little more 650xl loaded
I've got this light. Bought it about 3-4 years ago and it's still going strong! Lasts forever on flashing mode, and it's still really bright. Easy to charge and take on/off the bike too.
Bargain decent quality road light. Had this for my cycle london to Paris and did me well.
Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... Anyone have any suggestions?
aka8019/11/2019 16:10

Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... …Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... Anyone have any suggestions?


How cheap?

amazon.co.uk/Rec…R1K
Akira_Cat19/11/2019 16:18

How cheap? …How cheap? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rechargeable-Headlight-Mountain-Waterproof-Taillight/dp/B07CZZTR1K


Have you got that particular one, I'm bit sceptical of lumen claims on Amazon
aka8019/11/2019 16:10

Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... …Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... Anyone have any suggestions?


Have a look on mtb batteries
aka8019/11/2019 16:10

Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... …Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... Anyone have any suggestions?


Ive been using solarstorm HK ones for years with no issues
Lezyne warranty is really good too. My light recently packed up due to water getting in and/or the battery messing up. Sent it back via Rutland Cycles and they sorted me out with a new one, a model or two up!
blueflash19/11/2019 16:23

Have you got that particular one, I'm bit sceptical of lumen claims on …Have you got that particular one, I'm bit sceptical of lumen claims on Amazon


No I haven't I just searched online. Amazon isn't amazing, and I understand your scepticism, but one can only try.
aka8019/11/2019 16:10

Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... …Good find OP. Unfortunately I need around 2000 lumens + for off road... Anyone have any suggestions?


I have this for night time forest riding with no artificial lights around and it's more than good enough
halfords.com/web…001
Gonzothegreat2219/11/2019 17:19

I have this for night time forest riding with no artificial lights around …I have this for night time forest riding with no artificial lights around and it's more than good enough https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=334807&productId=1462339&storeId=10001


Thanks had seen good reviews on the Halfords one as being affordable bright light.

Is it much of a step up from one in OP as have similar one which I can just about see by along unlit cyclepath.

Oh and £10 off Halfords at moment
Edited by: "blueflash" 19th Nov 2019
They also have the 1500xl model for £50 or £60 in Evans in Edinburgh evanscycles.com/lez…111
This lezyne is bright, just collected it and the instruction manual says max lumens is 650 on overdrive mode which lasts 1hr 45mins. Lasts 16 hours if set to flashing mode.
Edited by: "royaltee" 20th Nov 2019
Gonzothegreat2219/11/2019 17:19

I have this for night time forest riding with no artificial lights around …I have this for night time forest riding with no artificial lights around and it's more than good enough https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=334807&productId=1462339&storeId=10001



Hi would it be ok for road use or to bright ?
Equalizer2521/11/2019 10:32

Hi would it be ok for road use or to bright ?


Far too bright on full but there are lesser settings.
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