Powered by two replaceable CR2032 batteries.
Note: This light is not being distributed within the German market.
02.04.2015 - Bikemagic Reviews the Lezyne Femto Drive
"A durable, sleek and long lasting 'be seen' light"
03.26.2014 - Road.cc Reviews The Femto Front LED Light
"Nicely executed bobby dodger with more punch than 15 lumens would suggest."
02.13.2014 - Femto Drive - Trail Tested
The Femto Drive Rear gets the "Trail Tested" experience for Upgrade bikes, earning a 3-out-of-5 star rating for the powerful little light.
11.08.2013 - Lezyne Scores Big in Cycling Weekly (UK) Magazine
Cycling Weekly (UK) Magazine's Lights Roundup reviewed a number of different lights from different companies, including a couple from here at Lezyne. They got their hands on the Power Drive XL, Macro Drive, Micro Drive Rear, and Femto LED Front and Rear.
"Lezyne Femto F+R – Small in size but big in output, these single-LED lights offer two types of fitting: a multi-position silicone rubber strap to fit any size of seatpost or a simple clip to attach to a rucksack. Disposable battery powered but massive runtime makes up for it."
10.03.2013 - Lezyne Gets Big Praise from Women's Cycling Magazine
Lezyne LED lights got some big recognition from Women's Cycling magazine in the UK, naming our Macro Drive Front the 'Best Road Light,' our Femto Drive the 'Best Emergency Light,' and our Micro Drive Rear the 'Best Rear Light.' Not to mention a good review of our Zecto Drive LED Pair.
09.30.2013 - Urban Velo Takes a Look at the Zecto and Femto Drive
"Lezyne is celebrating their seventh year in production and continues to introduce products with their signature design. The latest in lights is the above pictured Zecto Drive Pro (left) and Zecto Drive."
05.10.2013 - The Great Gadgetry
Ride safely with these compact, bright, affordable safety lights with lenses made of high-grade optical material. They have four flash modes, one solid mode, are weather resistant, and extremely durable. $14 lezyne.com
10.24.2012 - Femto Drive review with RCUK
"These are handy, tiny and well made little units, and make for great emergency lights. They are certainly no