Busy schedules and short days often force us to bang out our base miles after dark, but worry not, evening training after the sun sets is easy to do with Lezyne's Macro Drive Duo strapped to your helmet. The Macro Drive Duo ensures that you're visible to other road users both behind and in front with its dual-light system, so you don't have to load your bike up with additional lights on the frame, unless you want to. The light easily attaches to your helmet through the vents and stays securely in place acting as your spotlight as you make your way through city streets to get your training in, or commute safely. With up to 700-lumens, the Macro Drive Duo provides ample light for weaving your way through nasty potholes and dark alleys, and a 30-lumen rear light in rear keeps motorists aware of your presence. This year's Macro Drive Duo Light Combo uses the same CNC machined aluminum body as before, with exceptional durability and light weight, and continues to feature the MOR lens for enhanced peripheral vision. The significant difference between this year's Macro Drive Duo and previous models is the light output, with 300 more lumens up front, and 25 more in the rear, the new Macro Drive Duo increases both your field of vision and your visibility to drivers above older models. Like before, the new Macro Drive Duo Light Combo still uses a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery, and is easy to charge via USB for power on the go without need for purchasing more batteries.
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