Rechargeable Lezyne LED Mini Drive XL Waterproof Aluminium Silver Front Light £20 @ Halfords / eBay (Free C&C)
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Rechargeable Lezyne LED Mini Drive XL Waterproof Aluminium Silver Front Light £20 @ Halfords / eBay (Free C&C)

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Found 8th May 2017
Good price at the mo and is rechargeable via USB. Reviews quite good and it seems to be around the £40 in most places. I don't think you can go far wrong for this model at £20. If you want it delivered it's an extra £2.99, which still doesn't work out bad at all

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Lezyne LED Mini Drive XL Bike Light
Strong and lightweight aluminium construction
New "Overdrive" mode, plus "constant lumens" technology for Zero-Dim run times
Max Lumens: 250
Overdrive: 250 lumens, 1 hour
Endure: 100 lumens, 2:30 hours
Blast: 200 lumens, 1:20 hours
Economy: 50 lumens, 5 hours
Flash: 100 lumens, 5 hours
Charge Time: 5 hours
Lightweight (118g including bracket)
New optimum quality Lithium Ion battery (LIR123A) lasts longer and charges faster
2amp USB charge cable included
Waterproof (FL1 standard)
Intelligent LED power indicators
universal fitting composite handlebar mount requires no tools

Specifications
Power Source:USB Rechargeable
Run Time: flash 5hrs, high 1.5hrs, med 2.5hrs
Type: Front Lights
Water Resistant: Yes
Weight: 118g
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Good find
Edited by: "Harefoot" 8th May 2017
Looks nice quality, was tempted to buy, but in full power it will last an hour, my ride is 50 minutes a day, so I would be charging it every 2nd day in winter, pity.
Good light but clamp was too big for my bars without adding additional foam padding.
haggisheid

Looks nice quality, was tempted to buy, but in full power it will last an … Looks nice quality, was tempted to buy, but in full power it will last an hour, my ride is 50 minutes a day, so I would be charging it every 2nd day in winter, pity.



Unless you are riding on roads without street lights you won't need full power.
Sorry but you can get decent Chinese ones for 1/3rd the price, cold from me
xchaotic

Sorry but you can get decent Chinese ones for 1/3rd the price, cold from … Sorry but you can get decent Chinese ones for 1/3rd the price, cold from me


Agree 100%.
Had a couple of Lezyne ones (not this model) - not impressed. Think you're paying too much for the brand name as Aldi ones are far superior at half the price.
Decent price, cheers. I needed another bright light. I've got a Lezyne KTV Pro which has a 70L beam and some 3 flashing modes. Excellent build quality. Reasonable battery life. I don't mind paying for a brand if the brand delivers. Order this one because a 5 hour 100L flashing mode sounds perfect for me!
haggisheid

Looks nice quality, was tempted to buy, but in full power it will last an … Looks nice quality, was tempted to buy, but in full power it will last an hour, my ride is 50 minutes a day, so I would be charging it every 2nd day in winter, pity.


Replaceable batteries. Not cheap but really this is brutally bright
xchaotic

Sorry but you can get decent Chinese ones for 1/3rd the price, cold from … Sorry but you can get decent Chinese ones for 1/3rd the price, cold from me


And if you want to risk your main light dying on you on your way home (as my Chinese Cree LED light did, you'll see many similar stories on Amazon reviews), then you can save £13~. Other people who prefer to spend a little extra for the added safety and peace of mind will go for this.
You vote cold if the deal is bad, not if you think people should buy something totally different. This is a good price for what it is. You could say the same thing you just did about just about every deal on HUKD...
Anybody know how many battery cells this has inside?
oos, interestingly it says on the quantity, please enter a quantity of 0 or less!
Baldieman64

Agree 100%.


They generally fall apart in my experience.
Oos
Bargain, paid twice that for mine. Fantastic customer service. I lost a rear light during the Pru Ride London a few years back (the one with the biblical rain) so I emailed customer services telling them the light fell off - they sent me a new one, no questions. Heat
No need until next winter comes tho
NitrousUK

And if you want to risk your main light dying on you on your way home (as … And if you want to risk your main light dying on you on your way home (as my Chinese Cree LED light did, you'll see many similar stories on Amazon reviews), then you can save £13~. Other people who prefer to spend a little extra for the added safety and peace of mind will go for this.You vote cold if the deal is bad, not if you think people should buy something totally different. This is a good price for what it is. You could say the same thing you just did about just about every deal on HUKD...



​This is a Chinese Cree light lol (Taiwan).
youtu.be/6I6…j_g
fozed

This is a Chinese Cree light lol (Taiwan). https://youtu.be/6I6XzqARj_g


Part of the Republic of China, but not China (Peoples Republic of China). Kinda like how Scotland is part of the United Kingdom, but not England. Anyway, you know everyone means mainland China, not it's territories. And the context is buying direct from China, rather than a intermediary that can do some quality control.
jobibear

They generally fall apart in my experience.


They all fall apart, fall off or get nicked eventually and to be honest, this isn't particularly bright and doesn't run for a particularly long time on a charge or stand out from the crowd in any way at all that I can see.
I'd rather buy two Chinese ones for about £14 and carry a fully charged spare in my bag. That leaves six quid to put towards buying a new set when improving LED technology takes another leap forward.
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