Lezyne Zecto Drive Rear Light
|Silver||Our Price £26.99 RRP £29.99||In Stock|
Lezyne Zecto Drive Silver LED Rear Light
You can rely on a Lezyne’s Zecto as your sole urban rear light. Its 10/20-lumen ouput makes it considerably brighter than first-generation strap-on lamps, which were primary designed to be used as secondary emergency back-up lights. What's more, the Lezyne Zecto Drive's side lens should ensure you'll get you seen from every angle.
- Only 40mm diameter, the Lezyne Zecto Drive LED Rear Light uses up hardly any seatpost space.
- Its side LEDs don’t just confer 180 degree visibility, they also double as charge/power indicators.
- Three high-intensity red LEDs, mounted in the custom MOR (Maximum Optical Reflection) lens, produce a wide, bright beam.
- Built-in Lithium Polymer USB-rechargeable battery.
- The lightweight, portable USB cable makes the Lezyne Zecto Drive economical and easy to recharge.
- Its robust Hipster rubber strap makes it especially easy to fit and remove the light and switch it between bikes - no tools required.
- Super neat 40 x 40 x 35mm dimensions.
- Charge time: 3 hours.
- Constant beam run times: 2.75 hours on 10 lumen blast mode, 4.5 hours on 5 lumen economy mode.
- Flash beam run times: 2.75 to 7 hours depending on which of the 4 flash modes you chose.
- The Lezyne Zecto Drive's 20 lumen daytime flash mode is designed to get you noticed, even when used in daylight.
Lezyne was founded by Micki Kozuschek, who had previously made his name in his native Germany as a professional triathlete with an engineering background. He then moving to the USA where he founded Truvativ. This component manufacturer became so admired for the quality and strength of their cranks, SRAM gave Micki an offer he couldn't refuse so he sold Travativ to them in 2003.
After a sabbatical, Micki returned to manufacturing with the launch of Lezyne in 2007. His goal: to engineer quality accessories built to the same standards as the best bicycle components.
He insisted that anything with the Lezyne - Engineered Design logo had to be exquisitely designed, intelligently engineered and functionally complete.
To this end, Lezyne built their own HQ and test lab in California and opened their own factory in Taichung - a city which Micki regards as 'bike city Taiwan' in the way that Detroit was 'motor city USA' in the 1960s.
We discovered that quality control is king with Lezyne in 2008 when we received our first delivery of their original Alloy Drive Mini Pumps. One glance revealed that the pump's alloy piston and body were machined to perfection. Even more intriguing, the pump came with the best-made hosewe had ever seen. This robust but flexible rubber hose featured a machined threaded alloy Presta connector on one end and a Schrader connector on the other. Thanks to its secure connection, its valve-friendly design and its overall build quality, the Lezyne Alloy Drive was one of the best mini pumps we had ever tested. It also answered a real need if you were one of the fair few cyclists who never got on with push-fit pumps.
Since 2008, the variety of pumps Lezyne produce has grown and grown along with their equally well thought-out ranges of Lezyne bicycle tools, Lezyne bicycle bags and Lezyne bicycle lights.
To further ensure quality control, Lezyne sponsor a select group of cyclists including Cedric Gracia, Danny MacAskill and Remy Absalon. That way, you can be sure that if it's labelled Lezyne - Engineered Design, you can be sure that your pump, light or whatever will have been torture tested to the max.
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