Lezyne Femto Drive Rear Light

Lezyne Femto Drive Rear Light
Lezyne Femto Drive Rear Light
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Femto Drive Rear Light by Lezyne
Lezyne's Femto Drive Rear Light is designed to live quietly on your bike until its called into action by a quickly-sinking sun or a few wrong turns. It runs on a CR2032 watch battery, and will run for up to 60 hours on flashing mode, so a couple hour-long runs home in the twilight won't mean remembering to replace the battery.

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SKU: LED0173
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