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Lezyne Super Drive XL Headlight

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Packing a nearly-solar 700 lumens and lasting for up to 12 hours in flash mode, the Lezyne Super Drive XL Headlight truly is the "XL" of the company's XL light series, but without being too big and bulky, it's ready for either the road or trail. It's loaded with smart features that make it as easy to live with as it is to look at, too, and all for a very fair price compared to comparable headlight systems.

The Super Drive's CNC-machined aluminum body doesn't just look great — it's also functional. Aluminum serves to dissipate heat far better than most materials from which light housings are made, and heat can damage Li-ion batteries over time. The Li-ion batteries found in the Super are rechargeable via Micro USB or wall outlet, and Lezyne's simple-but-genius Infinite Light feature allows the rider to swap out the battery quickly and easily to keep the ride going. The five-mode light can last up to 12 hours (flash mode) on a full charge, and the rubber button on the top of the housing doubles as a color-coded power indicator so you know how much time you have. The lens has sidecuts that allow the 700-lumen LED light to achieve 180-degree visibility, and a special Overdrive Race Mode allows for quick toggling between the brightest Overdrive and Economy modes for smart functionality when you need it. Constant Current technology is an innovation that extracts every joule of energy from the battery to keep the light's beam consistent, without fading or dimming toward the end of its charge.

The Lezyne Super Drive XL Headlight comes in two finishes, Polish or Black, and with mounts to attach to either 31.8mm or 25.4mm handlebars. It weighs 138 grams and takes approximately six hours to fully recharge.

  • 700-lumens at brightest Overdrive mode
  • Overdrive Race Mode: toggle between Overdrive and Economy modes
  • Replaceable Li-Ion battery charges in three hours (2 Amp charging)
  • Intelligent Power Indicator with LED power readout
  • Composite Matrix Handlebar Mounts (25.4, 31.8mm handlebars)
  • Micro USB recharging cable included

Tech Specs

Power Source:
rechargeable Li-ion battery
Batteries Included:
Overdrive, Enduro, Blast, Economy, Flash
Burn Time:
12 hours
Claimed Weight:
138 g
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years

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Stylish tough and functional

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am pretty happy with this light. Now that I am riding more single track I wish it was brighter and had a wider beam, but its a 600 lumen light.

Disappointingly the clamp doesn't work on tapered bars. This may be a better helmet mounted light for mountain biking.

The design, construction, and heft make this a sweet product. although it may be slightly heavy I think that's a decent trade off for the quality construction.

I'm giving it four stars because when on sale, its a great deal for a well designed and bright commuting light.

I've used this in regular 8 mile commutes at dawn and dusk in fall winter and spring. Its great for the road, although it doesn't have a rapid blink mode.

Not for mountain biking!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Lezyne makes some great LOOKING product I will give them that. But quality of build and functionality have been lacking in any Lezyne product I have used and this is no exception.

This thing is full on metal meaning it is heavy. They made some overcomplicated mounting system involving a clamp and rubber shims. What the heck, just give it a rubber strap and call it good! The clamp does not stay on tapered bars well at all and will come loose, then say good by to the rubber shims that help it fit.

The crappy clamp system combined with the heavy weight means that after a bump you will almost always have to adjust the light back to wear you had it.

Thinking about using this mountain biking? FORGET IT

My other issues is that the usb port on the light to charge it is junk. You have to fuss with it's position in order for it to charge. I plugged in overnight to charge and was disappointed when it was still completely uncharged. A slight jostle of the charging wire made it start charging again.

So why the two stars? The beam is good and it looks nice.......

Bright as the blazing sun

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Lezyne Super Drive XL took about 4 hrs to charge out of the box and has held a charge for ~2weeks with daily 30min use for my morning commute. It illuminates the road well at 7am and I know that I am highly visible to traffic.

On trail, the mount is stable and doesn't wiggle loose even after descending brake bumps for a couple miles. The light had a nice spread to it, illuminating the trail nicely for 2hrs. I like the handlebar mount, but the drawback of having only one light is evident in Utah's switch-back territory. That being said, I'd happily buy another Lezyne for my helmet.

One drawback: the charger cover tends to push on the charging cord, so check for a good connection before leaving it to charge overnight.