Not every evening or nighttime ride requires hundreds upon hundreds of lumens to light the way. The Lezyne Zecto Drive Front Light is a compact safety light designed for ease of use and maximum visibility. Lezyne machined the body of the Zecto from aluminum and Composite Matrix. The three LEDs are encased in a dome-like structure which affords 180 degree visibility so that you are seen from the side as well as the front. Plus, the MOR optics (Maximum Optical Reflection) produce a uniform beam that is wider, smoother, and brighter allowing for more optimal light ahead of the user. The Zecto attaches via a clip-on system which allows for versatile strapped or clip mounting, and the light is easily rechargeable with a micro USB cable. The Zecto features six user settings, two continuous and four flash modes. The continuous feature either 80, 40, or 20 lumens while three of the flash feature varying flash patterns at 25 and 50 lumens. The daytime flash mode is a super bright, high-visibility mode developed to increase visibility during daytime rides and offers a whopping 250 lumens to keep you visible to motorists bustling about. Run-time varies from three to nearly 16 hours, so it's easy to find the right setting depending on the lighting and amount of time you have ahead of you on your ride.
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