Lezyne LED KTV Drive Light Pair

Lezyne LED KTV Drive Light Pair
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LED KTV Drive Light Pair by Lezyne
Price subject to change | SKU: LED004V

Lezyne LED KTV Drive Light Pair

Proper illumination is a key safety factor, but that doesn't mean you have to go around with a spotlight attached to the front of your bike. Well, thankfully, cycling-specific companies have made some pretty great strides in terms of technological advancement and Lezyne's LED KTV Drive Light Pair is evidence of such. To start, the KTV headlight and taillight feature a lightweight, yet durable composite housing material, which not only disperses heat but is also waterproof and weather-proof to assure maximum performance and adaptability. In turn, this design feature better preserves battery life and bolsters the lights' durability. Meanwhile, the vertical housing configuration assures that you're able to install the light just-about anywhere on the handlebar, without interfering with cables or other features. The respective bottoms (of the lights) can be easily remove to reveal a flip-out USB bit, which is incidentally where lights receive their charging power. Not to mention, the silicone strap is designed as such that allows you to mount the lights virtually anywhere you'd like on your bike. And, both the front and rear lights' lenses are tuned to provide 180-degrees of visibility, maintaining maximum safety from all angles, regardless of what mode you utilize.

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