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Lezyne LED Femto Drive Light Pair

$24.99

Item # LED001J

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Small things come in great packages.

Small ain't no thing to the engineering geniuses at Lezyne. Not only were they able to jam some serious brightness into the compact Lezyne Femto Light Pair, they kept the lights' stylish appearance up to the company's usual standards, too.

The Femtos' durable CNC-machined aluminum bodies are weather-resistant, dissipate heat to protect the battery, and won't rust no matter how long you leave them outside. The lights' lens double as their on/off button for a super-clean, button-free look. You can use the lens to cycle through four flash modes and one steady mode, as well. The Composite Matrix back plate can be unscrewed to replace the two CR2032 batteries, and the multi-position silicon-rubber strap can be moved to angle the headlight up or down. The Femto front light provides 15 lumens of light, while the rear cranks out 7, to make you more visible in traffic. Both the front and rear lights can last up to 60 hours on one pair of batteries.

The Lezyne Femto Drive Light Pair comes in the color schemes Black/red, Polish/hi-gloss, and Black/hi-gloss, and each light in the pair ways approximately 22 grams.

Tech Specs

Bulbs:
LED
Power Source:
two CR2032 batteries
Batteries Included:
yes
Modes:
4 flash, 1 steady
Lumens:
[front, max] 15, [rear, max] 7
Burn Time:
[front, max] 60 hours, [rear, max] 60 hours
Mount:
silicone strap
Remote Battery:
yes
Waterproof:
yes
Claimed Weight:
[each] 22 g
Recommended Use:
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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They don't hurt

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Over the years I have given a higher priority to being visible and identifiable to drivers. These are just for that and not for riding in the dark. I drive too and noticed how my neighbors lighting made him easier to pick out of the low light shadows on our road. Lezyne is class stuff and this looks like a a good deal: very compact and cost effective. I save even more $ by not turning them on(when not needed.)

Perfect For Intent

    As I wouldn't use these as a dedicated lighting system, they do the job as providing visibility to oncoming and rear traffic. Small, lightweight, and easy to stash in a jersey pocket for those late training rides. Bought two sets, one for me and one for my son for our suburban rides. Also, really like the simplistic and utilitarian Lezyne design.

    Not bad

      Not really super bright as other have mentioned, but it gets the job done. It attached easily and did what I needed it to.

      Urban lighting

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got these lights to make myself seen at night while riding around on my bike. I live in Salt Lake City and these are perfect for my bike commutes. The headlight isn't really designed for lighting up the road in front of you which is why I would recommend using it in the flashing mode just to make yourself seen. If you live in a city like me that has plenty of street lights, then these lights are perfect for making you seen by everyone else on the road. The lights are very small and mount perfectly on to my handle bars and seat post. Pictures to follow later.

      Avg. ride time: 1h 19m per week
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      Minimal and functional

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The light attached easily to my bike and feels like it is not going to fall off. It doesn't give off enough light to light the way in the dark, but I gives off plenty of light to stay safe in low light. They have given me that little extra piece of mind while on my evening rig. I recommend picking them up.

      I'll admittedly say that it took me quit a few tries to get these things turned on after I pulled them from the packaging. There is a shield that needs to be removed from the battery chamber and then the batteries need to be placed back in the proper direction.

      What really had me scratching my head was how you turn them on. You have to press and hold the light down until it turns on. I was thinking one click would do the trick, but you need to hold it. Once the light is on, one click will cycle through the light blink settings. While this was hard to figure out at first, it is really slick having these minimal controls to toggle through settings.

      The moral is you should read the instructions...

      I removed the paper shields but cannot get lights to work. nor will the two parts align to screw tightly

      Make sure you are not trying to close the lights with the rubber strap in between the light and back piece. Remove the rubber strap completely because that is supposed to wrap around the bar.