Hecto Drive 400XL Limited Holiday Edition Headlight by Lezyne
The Hecto Drive 400XL Limited Holiday Edition Headlight from Lezyne provides a multi-purpose performance LED cycling light that's ideal for rides that take you into or out of daylight or for the dedicated commuter. Its casing is compact, durable, and lightweight thanks to the CNC machined aluminum construction. As a bonus, the material helps to dissipate heat and is weather resistant. Add in the limited edition anodization and you have a light that looks great on the front of your bike. Helping you see road imperfections is the ultra-high-output LED delivering up to 400 lumens. Mode Memory function returns to one of the seven last selected lumen or flash mode previous to turning off. A MOR (Maximum Optical Reflection) lens maximizes the LED output, beam pattern, and lumen efficiency. Built-in side visibility helps other vehicles see you when the light is not pointed in their direction, think intersections, which is a leading cause of accidents. The intelligent power indicator lets you know when you need to utilize the integrated cable-free recharging USB stick and a charging indicator lets you know the status while charging. A versatile strap securely mounts to all standard bar shapes, including aero bars while the advanced Li-Poly battery allows for superior run times and quick recharging.
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