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LEZYNE Micro Drive Pro 800XL Light

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The KTV Drive Pro Rear is a compact, aero post compatible bike light providing up to 75 lumens and five output modes. The ‘hold down’ switch on prevents accidental illumination and the rubber button is easy to find even in fat gloves. Omni Capital Retail Finance Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (register number 720279).

It features a lightweight, durable machined aluminium body with integrated cooling fins and cut-outs for 180° of front visibility.

The Lezyne Micro Drive Pro 800XL is a great front light for the keen cyclist who commutes and enjoys extending their route home via the lanes.

Lezyne says, "With up to 800 lumens of output and a powerful Daytime Flash mode this cycling LED light is impressive day or night. The 800XL has a non-removable rubber strap based mounting system that rotates to make it easier to fit and remove from the bar. Although I like the idea of having two separate cycles available, I'm not sure the combination of modes is right. I prefer the 400-lumen Blast mode, which is enough on familiar roads (plus, knowing I have four hours to play with is more comforting).The Micro Drive Pro 800XL is Remote Switch compatible, available in Black or Silver and comes with a versatile and secure mounting strap for your bike. After a couple of half decent UK road seasons racing for Leisure Lakes, she went out to Belgium to sample the racing there and spent two years with Lotto-Belisol Ladies team, racing alongside the likes of Sara Carrigan, Grace Verbeke, Rochelle Gilmore and Lizzie Deignan. With a constant 250 lumens output, it certainly allows you to be seen while amply illuminating the road ahead. The Micro Drive Pro 800XL offers be-seen modes as well as a powerful beam that's sufficient for dark night outings on unlit lanes. The secondary power setting is definitely dim for rural work too, the 150 lumen ‘Economy’ mode is only really useful as a limp home option, and the 15 lumen ‘Femto’ is best used as a repair torch glimmer.

I haven't been out with it yet but the claimed battery lives (varying with the functions) are impressive. In terms of the beam pattern, it doesn't differ much from its predecessor, the Lite Drive 800XL: a decent central spot with fading edges. The Micro Drive Pro 800XL is Remote Switch compatible, available in Black or Silver and comes with a versatile and secure mounting strap.With its impressive 800 lumen output and eight light output modes, as well as its flexible mounting strap and adjustable settings, it offers an unbeatable combination of convenience, visibility, and durability to this entry-level bike light. That's handy for charging up at an office, or during a rando ride, plug it in and charge it while you take a meal break. The Micro Drive Pro 800XL is Remote Switch compatible, available in black or white and comes with a versatile and secure mounting strap.

The generational debate is always easy to solve: the riders of our youth are always better than the riders of today. You can access, rectify and delete your data, as well as exercise other rights by consulting the additional and detailed information on data protection in our Privacy Policy. In addition to the daily commute, Emma still enjoys getting out on her road bike and having her legs ripped off on the local club rides and chain gangs.With 800-lumens of output under its belt, the Micro Drive Pro 800XL punches well above its weight class, packing some serious power for its size. Thankfully the bigger Macro Drive 1300, Mega Drive 1500 and Super Drive 1800 push battery life well past the two hour mark for ‘proper’ rides if you’re going long.

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