Lezyne Speed Magnet

Lezyne Speed Magnet
Lezyne Speed Magnet
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Speed Magnet by Lezyne
The Lezyne Speed Magnet is designed to be affixed to your spoke that activates the Lezyne Speed sensor without any tools. This powerful rare earth magnet provides a locked-in design, along with wider engagement spacing.

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