10.29.2014 - BikeRadar Lists Macro Front and Micro Rear as Best Road Cycling Lights
"Two neat and simple lights that both offer good performance and simple band-on fittings."
01.09.2014 - Lezyne Macro/Micro Drive Beats the Competition in Top Danish Auto Magazine
A top Danish Auto Magazine tested several lights for their safety and visibility to have cyclists be best equipped to be seen on the road by motorists. In an article titled “Cyclists, We Can’t See you!” Lezyne’s Macro/Micro pair was hands-down the most visible light that they tested.
11.08.2013 - Lezyne Scores Big in Cycling Weekly (UK) Magazine
Cycling Weekly (UK) Magazine's Lights Roundup reviewed a number of different lights from different companies, including a couple from here at Lezyne. They got their hands on the Power Drive XL, Macro Drive, Micro Drive Rear, and Femto LED Front and Rear.
On the Macro Drive, "Output is excellent and the cutaways on the hood give great side visibility for commuters." While they also gave some praise to the Micro Rear LED, "The light is rich, with a super-bright 'daytime mode' that works well, even in low winter sun."
10.11.2013 - Bike Radar Reviews the Macro Drive Front
Bikeradar.com gives our Macro Drive front a respectable 4 out of 5 stars in their latest review! Check out the full review to see their thoughts on our high-quality light.
05.22.2012 - Lezyne Macro Drive
"This is a great light. It has clean lines. It's plenty bright. I recommend it highly.
The dimensions (length about the same as a crispy chocolate & rice bar, or 1020000000 angstrom), weight (4 grams more than two bars), and candle power (far more birthdays than I'll ever see) all fall within acceptable parameters. Useful details, should you require actual hard data despite my unreserved recommendation, can be found on the full road.cc review. The purpose of my writeup is to provide supplementary information."
Full article/review is located HERE.
10.22.2012 - Macro Drive Review by RCUK
"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."