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."
"At the front the CNC machined aluminium bodied LED light pumps out and impressive 150 lumens in Blast mode for two hours, enough for a good early evening training ride, or long commute in and out of work... Early usage of the Micro Drives has delivered good performance. The button is easy to feel with gloved hands, and the modes offer a good range of alternatives for a variety of situations and daylight levels." - RCUK.com
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San Luis Obispo, CA - With the 2012 Eurobike tradeshow only a week away, Lezyne is finalizing preparations for the debute of the Year 6 (2013) product line, which includes the previously announced all-new LED Light line. Lezyne is also looking to expand its market reach at the show. "Lezyne products are sold worldwide in every major market, but there are still markets in which we do not have a presence," says Ulrike Schlifske, Lezyne's Global Sales Coordinator. "At Eurobike and Interbike, we hope to find new partners in these untouched markets."
For those vendors interested in joining Lezyne's international distribution team, please contact Mrs. Schlifske at email@example.com to arrange an appointment at Eurobike.
Lezyne will be at Eurobike booth B3-107.
San Luis Obispo, CA – Lezyne LED users will be happy to hear the Lezyne LED helmet mount will be available next month. Production of the long awaited mount began this month and the first round of mounts have already shipped to Lezyne distributors worldwide. Available to the public early February. The helmet mount is made of a stamped and machined aluminum base and compression ring with a Composite Matrix spherical pivot cradle that holds the LED light. A long Velcro strap attaches the mount to the helmet and a rubber pad on the underside of the mount provides grip. The spherical pivot allows the user to adjust the position of the light in all directions.
The mount is compatible with all Lezyne LED lights and will retail for $19.99. Look for these in your local shop next month!