In the rear with the gear.
Lezyne hones their light-building skills with their Zecto MaxDrive lights, housing 3 LEDs putting out a maximum of 250 lumens in a lightweight and durable composite matrix / CNC-machined aluminum housing. Its compact form factor is helped along with a removable rubber attachment strap for hooking around seatposts, but an integrated clip system means you can just as easily slip it onto a bag or a shirt. For excellent side-visibility, smaller multi-colored LEDs illuminate the edges, and they also serve as battery indicators, which you can check when the light is off with just a press of the power button. The Zecto can be recharged in an estimated 2.5 hours using the included Micro USB power cable, and the light is weatherproof so you can be sure you'll be lit up in even the most tempestuous weather.
Claimed weight is 69 g. Recharging takes an estimated 2.5 hours using the included Micro USB cable.
- Blast / 35 Lumens: 6 hours.
- Enduro / 20 Lumens : 9 hours 30 minutes.
- Economy / 5 Lumens: 24 hours.
- Flash 1 / 35 Lumens: 7 hours.
- Flash 2 / 10 Lumens: 24 hours.
- Flash 3 / 35 Lumens: 6 hours.
- Day Flash 1 / 250 Lumens: 9 hours.
- Day Flash 2 / 125 Lumens: 14 hours.
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A great upgrade
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I bought this together with the Lezyne zecto max front light. This was to replace a bontrager flare light which accidentally got ruined while riding in rain (forgot it was there). Either way, I like the design and the multi flash options.. I specially like the daylight burst. People notice me more now per my other cyclist pals. Also the re-chargability is a plus.. no more batteries.
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