If you don't already have lights on your bike or if you're looking for something simple, powerful and USB chargeable, here is a super-easy solution. This powerful front light is on 'end of season' sale pricing but we all know that there really is no true end to a ride season. In fall and winter, when the days get shorter and nights get longer, we simply transition to night riding. It truly is time to light up your ride and the timing on this sale pricing couldn't be better.
An impressively bright dual-LED cycling light with a rugged, machined aluminum body, the Micro Drive 600XL offers up to 600 lumens and nine different output modes, featuring a Daytime Flash mode for improved visibility during daylight hours. Integrated cooling fins optimize performance and lens cutouts provide side visibility. This versatile light features up to 44 hours of battery runtime. An integrated USB stick allows for cable-free recharging, and a burly rubber strap keeps the light secured to most bar shapes and sizes.
The Micro Drive 600XL has more than enough power to make sure you are seen in the dark. The MicroDrive 600XL has a CNC machined aluminium body incorporating ridged cooling fins aimed at getting rid of the excess heat that can build up with high power LEDs. This light is bright enough to use as a "be seen" daytime light or for your occasional night riding. It works well for commuting or just riding for run. Burn times are good for the size of the units and charge times are relatively quick making them suitable for regular use without the need for lots of charging.
- Max 600 lumens / 44 hour runtime in Femto mode.
- New housing with stylized heat dissipation fins.
- Silicon rubber strap.
- IPX7 water resistant
- Integrated USB stick for cable-free recharging
Complete The Set
Don't stop with just a front light! You should also run a red light on the rear. Customize your bike with the right rear light for your needs. The Lezyne Strip Drive Pro 300 rear light pairs well with this light and is also on end-of-season sale pricing.
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