Blog posts tagged in Review
In Mountain Bike Magazine's recent test of numerous chain tools available on the market, Lezyne's Chain Drive got 5 stars...."Small, light, high quality." And there you have it.
"These are handy, tiny and well made little units, and make for great emergency lights. They are certainly not standalone commuting lights, but do serve as nice extra illumination to help you be seen on our streets."
The full article/review is located HERE.
"The Lezyne Macro Drive is the bigger, brighter brother of the Micro Drive.
The body is a longer version of the neat, CNC machined aluminium cylinder we first encountered on the aforesaid Micro Drive. Further similarities include the Maximum Optical Reflection (MOR) lens, intended to produce a beam that is wide, smooth, and bright, an LED, and a button mounted on top of the cylinder that changes colour to indicate the remaining charge."
RCUK FULL REVIEW HERE
"Weapons grade construction gives the aluminum bodied Power Drive XL a bombproof feel..." Read on...
A super great review of our Alloy Drive after it's been beat for quite some time.
Big and tough...ideal for tourists and off-road enthusiast.
Kansas Cylist did an extremely thorough review of Lezyne's Power Drive. Tip of the cap to ya gents.
Thanks to all great folks over at BikeRumor.com, enlightening the world about all of the great and not so great products in the industry. In all honesty, I didn’t expect to like Lezyne’s Super Drive. As a commuter who regularly starts and finishes his morning commute in the dark, I’ve been spoiled by trail-ready 900+ Lumen lighting systems and the vision -and visibility- that they guarantee. Coming from substantially more powerful lighting systems, I wasn’t sure what a 450 Lumen light with a mere 90 minute runtime could offer- especially at $110. After about eight weeks of near-daily use, I now know- and have taken quite the shine to the little light. Click through to find out more…
A great side by side of two very similar products: Topeak and Lezyne pump. And..........Lezyne wins.
Smart light good for those who want a commuting torch powerful enough for occasional on and off-road night riding.
Guitar Ted reviews our Super and Mini Drive lights. An honest and well-thought out review. Thank you sir.
Light comparison between Light and Motion's "Urban 300" and Lezyne's "Power Drive".
Lezyne Flow Bottle Cage - £7.99..... A good-value plastic cage that is a tenacious bottle holder
SV10 Multi-Tool review by Wojtek Wysocki for the Atlanta Sports Gear Examiner. Thanks Wojtek!
Andy Johnston, three time National MTB Champion and coach reviews our Great Divide hydration pack and LOVES it. Exciting stuff.
Here's a great review by Andy aka Rut on MTBR.
London Cyclist reviews Lezyne's Workshop Tools and does it well.
Lezyne Trunk Caddy EX....as reviewed by a mountainbiker. Thanks MTBAndy!!
Great review of our Pressure Drive given by MyPedals.com.
Touring with Lezyne. Review written by CycleTouringReview.com.