Lezyne LED Light Performance in the Real World
So what does real world LED lumen look like?
We’ve just completed a simple guide that walks you through our LED line and provides a look at how our LED lights actually perform in the real world. From our 250 lumen Micro Drive up to our 1400 lumen Mega Drive you can now quickly and easily compare our models and chose the light that’s best for you. Click here to down load our LED beam pattern comparison.
So how do we actually determine the true lumen output of our lights? We measure with the industry standard measuring tool, an Integrated Lumen Sphere. Check the video below to watch how we test all of our lights.
Femto Drive review with RCUK
“These are handy, tiny and well made little units, and make for great emergency lights. They are certainly not standalone commuting lights, but do serve as nice extra illumination to help you be seen on our streets.”
The full article/review is located HERE.
Macro Drive Review by RCUK
“The Lezyne Macro Drive is the bigger, brighter brother of the Micro Drive.
The body is a longer version of the neat, CNC machined aluminium cylinder we first encountered on the aforesaid Micro Drive. Further similarities include the Maximum Optical Reflection (MOR) lens, intended to produce a beam that is wide, smooth, and bright, an LED, and a button mounted on top of the cylinder that changes colour to indicate the remaining charge.”
RCUK FULL REVIEW HERE
Alex Mai Walks Marcel Wüst Through Lezyne’s LED Line
If you speak German and are interested in learning about Lezyne’s new LED line, watch this video on YouTube. This is coverage still leaking from Eurobike…
RCUK’s first impressions of Micro Drive LEDs
Road Cycling UK recently got a hold of our Micro Drive Front and Micro Drive Rear LED lights. Here is a little of what they thought about our dynamic duo:
“At the front the CNC machined aluminium bodied LED light pumps out and impressive 150 lumens in Blast mode for two hours, enough for a good early evening training ride, or long commute in and out of work… Early usage of the Micro Drives has delivered good performance. The button is easy to feel with gloved hands, and the modes offer a good range of alternatives for a variety of situations and daylight levels.” – RCUK.com
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Lezyne Looking to Expand Distribution Following Eurobike
San Luis Obispo, CA – With the 2012 Eurobike tradeshow only a week away, Lezyne is finalizing preparations for the debute of the Year 6 (2013) product line, which includes the previously announced all-new LED Light line. Lezyne is also looking to expand its market reach at the show. “Lezyne products are sold worldwide in every major market, but there are still markets in which we do not have a presence,” says Ulrike Schlifske, Lezyne’s Global Sales Coordinator. “At Eurobike and Interbike, we hope to find new partners in these untouched markets.”
For those vendors interested in joining Lezyne’s international distribution team, please contact Mrs. Schlifske at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment at Eurobike.
Lezyne will be at Eurobike booth B3-107.
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San Luis Obispo, CA – Lezyne LED users will be happy to hear the Lezyne LED helmet mount will be available next month. Production of the long awaited mount began this month and the first round of mounts have already shipped to Lezyne distributors worldwide. Available to the public early February. The helmet mount is made of a stamped and machined aluminum base and compression ring with a Composite Matrix spherical pivot cradle that holds the LED light. A long Velcro strap attaches the mount to the helmet and a rubber pad on the underside of the mount provides grip. The spherical pivot allows the user to adjust the position of the light in all directions.
The mount is compatible with all Lezyne LED lights and will retail for $19.99. Look for these in your local shop next month!
MTBR.com Releases In-depth Review of Super Drive LED
To add to the LED news, the guys of MTBR.com have released an in-depth, 2-page review of the Super Drive LED. Here is what Francis of MTBR.com had to say about the Super Drive LED:
“[The Super Drive] is a ground breaking new light from a new light company. They could sell a few of these lights at $250 so we suspect they will sell a lot at the $110 price. It is a great beam pattern that accomplishes a flood and a decent spot at the same time. And the real bonus is if you want it brighter, buy two. If you want more run time, buy more Lezyne batteries.”
“The Lezyne Super Drive is not the brightest but it is the most compelling because of its quality and $110 price. We also want to note its honesty in reporting. Claiming 450 lumens for a measured output of 421 lumens is one of the most honest we’ve seen to date as the industry usually 30% off.
Follow this link to read the full review >>
LED TECH Page to be Launched
To help consumers learn more about the new LED lights, Lezyne will be launching a new LED Tech Page on our website later this month. It will contain useful information about LED lighting, in general, as well as in–depth details and FAQs about our lights. Check our Engineered Design page for updates and more Lezyne Tech