Not only is it difficult to navigate down pitch black city streets and country roads, but it's often downright dangerous, seeing passing traffic has no idea you're even there. That's where the Lezyne Lite Drive 700XL Headlight comes into play, providing up to 700 lumens of impressive illumination to light up the night when you're commuting home from work or finishing up a long-distance ride under a canopy of stars. High output LEDs project brilliant lighting while the alloy body reduces heat buildup and provides a durable, water-resistant housing that's ready for all weather conditions. This bar-mounted headlight provides a multitude of lighting modes, ranging from a brilliant Overdrive mode that blasts out 700 lumens to a flashing mode that alerts passing traffic of your presence on dimly lit streets. It's USB-rechargeable battery ensures you're always fully charged and ready to ride, seeing you can charge it through a traditional USB port or plug it into a USB wall charger (not included) for even faster charging capabilities. Lezyne includes a micro USB charging cable alongside a rubberized handlebar strap that clings tightly to your handlebars for a secure fit.
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