Customer Reviews Of:
Lezyne Micro Drive Bike Lights – Pair

Closeouts. Lezyne's Micro Drive bike lights excel on pavement or dirt. The compact design includes a powerful 400-lumen front light, a rear light with multiple modes, and easy mounting options.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dan T from Minnesota on Tuesday, November 1, 2016
    I've liked how bright and flexible the light programs and mounting are. In reading others ratings, I use an old loop of tubing like a wide rubber band to make sure the rear light does not rattle loose on rough roads but it seemed pretty secure. Only complaint it that I wish the front light rubber charge plug was tighter fitting. That's the one that will get a nice wide band next. Good stuff, I'd recommend for any application.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by No more than I can carry on my person from San Francisco Bay Area, California on Tuesday, August 23, 2016
    In my third week of ownership with these wee lamps comes this humble review. The head lamp is amply bright for urban and suburban pedalling, auto drivers notice me from the front and the road is sufficiently illuminated to avoid suprise potholes and other stuff one wouldn't want to run over; i.e. nails, bottles, car parts, car fluids. The tail lamp also is extremely effective. Having ridden along the same 4-lane poorly-lit suburban boulevard while wearing a small clip-on flasher, a retroreflective safety vest and bearing a 100 lumen pen light, I can state with great confidence that simply using this 150 lumen tail lamp makes me more visible as confirmed by cars respecting my place on the shoulder. Where they used to buzz me and swerve at the last minute. They now regularly move over almost a full lane.

    On the negative side, the lamps are rechargeable only via usb, but fit poorly in the ports, requiring some balancing tricks to secure current. Also the mount system is pretty rinky-dink and fails both to inspire confidence in retention on the bike and offer beam trajectory control. The mount system is pretty much a couple of rubberbands that hook into the loops and secure around a handle bar for the front lamp and the seat post for teh rear lamp.
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