Designed to enhance safety for commuters, urban messengers, and everyday cyclists, the Lezyne Micro Drive Tail Light is the brightest single-LED tail light in Lezyne's collection with a whopping 180 lumens in Day Flash mode. In full Blast mode, the Micro Drive projects a constant 30 lumens of red illumination to passing traffic. It's made of CNC-machined aluminum for rugged durability and weather-resistance, all while retaining an extremely lightweight and compact design. The single-LED light features side slits for a greater range of visibility, projecting light 180 degrees to passing motorists on the road. One of the coolest features with the Micro Drive Tail Light lies in its integrated charging, which allows you to screw off the rear cap and plug in the USB stick for convenient power at home and work. Moreover, there's intelligent power monitoring with the on/off switch illuminating with different colors to indicate remaining power levels. It comes with a snap-fit mount with a silicone strap, so you can attach it to virtually any seatpost on the market. This snap-fit mount allows you to pop the light out while you're headed inside, so thieves won't steal it from your bike.
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