Lezyne's Power Drive XL recently scored a 7/10 from Road.cc
"The Lezyne Power Drive XL front light provides plenty of light for urban and suburban riding and makes a good helmet-mounted secondary light for occasional green lane action. It's neatly machined with plenty of nice touches."
Check out the full article here.
Lezyne LED lights got some big recognition from Women's Cycling magazine in the UK, naming our Macro Drive Front the 'Best Road Light,' our Femto Drive the 'Best Emergency Light,' and our Micro Drive Rear the 'Best Rear Light.' Not to mention a good review of our Zecto Drive LED Pair.
With a spate of cycling deaths on the London streets, we remind everyone to please be safe when cycling in any setting.
Cyclist No.1 recently reviewed our Zecto Drive LED lights and liked what they saw. So much that they gave us a 4-out-of-5 star verdict.
"Quality set of 'be seen' lights with ingenious mounting system. Good balance of price, performance and quality with style to boot." Get a look at the full article here to get a look at what else they thought.
Bike Magazine gave a little love to Lezyne's shop-quality CNC Rod and BB/Cassette tools in a tweet the other day.
"Lezyne bills the CNC rod as 'shop-quality' and it is a thing of beauty." Get a look at the full article here and remember to follow Bike Magazine and Lezyne on Twitter for more updates and articles.
With a ranking of 7/10 by Cycling Active magazine, Lezyne's Stainless 12 Multi-Tool was in some good company when it was ranked as one of the "7 of the Best Multi-Tools" in their January Issue.
"…exceptionally well-made tool. The construction feels almost industrial but is very well thought out and comfortable to use. Pieces are well spaced and easy to access, which makes a nice change. As the saying goes though: ‘buy cheap, buy twice’ and with this, you probably won't need to buy another multi-tool for a decade."
Singletrack has featured our 3-way Wrench and Port-a-Shop tool kit in their Fresh Goods Friday, featuring "Another week and another drop of fresh product for putting through the paces."
Get a look at the full Fresh Goods Friday 167 article to get a look at what they had to say about our 'fresh' products.
RCUK just got a hold of our new Deca Drive LED with the Loaded Kit and will be putting it through its paces over the coming weeks. Here is a little bit of what RCUK had to say upon opening the box.
"The most immediately obvious facet of the Deca Drive is more prosaic. It’s a very solid, CNC-machined aluminum unit… and tipping the scales at 160g unladen."
"The power is converted to illumination via three LEDs, secured behind Leyzne’s Maximum Optimal Reflection lens, intended to produce a smoother and brighter beam by optimizing use of the generated light. This will be the area of greatest interest when the testing begins, of course."
We are looking forward to the full review and will be sure to share it with you as soon as RCUK posts the report.
To read the full first impressions review, follow the link: roadcyclinguk.com
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."
Oh and those red numbers below the lights? Those are an out-of-10 score, so it looks as though they really liked our lights.
"Lezyne Power Drive XL – Don't be put off by the quoted runtime - Lezyne's 'Infinite Light' system includes a spare rechargeable cell so there's always a back-up. Output is excellent and the cutaways on the hood give great side visibility for commuters."
"Lezyne Macro Drive – Solidly made and taking up very little space on the bar, the Macro Drive offers two flashing modes for town users and up to 300 lumens for the odd out-of-town excursion. Paired with the Power Drive XL as a helmet light, it's phenomenal."
"Lezyne Micro Drive – Available in black or silver, the Micro Drive is yet another classy product from Lezyne. The light is rich, with a super-bright 'daytime mode' that works well, even in low winter sun. The built-in USB dongle means no lost leads."
"Lezyne Femto F+R – Small in size but big in output, these single-LED lights offer two types of fitting: a multi-position silicone rubber strap to fit any size of seatpost or a simple clip to attach to a rucksack. Disposable battery powered but massive runtime makes up for it."
" This fall I picked up the Lezyne Super Drive XL light for riding at night. It is an amazing light in both brightness and build quality. But then I saw the Lezyne Mega Drive which has 1000 lumens. If 500 lumens was great, what would 1000 be like? Awesome is what it is like."
Awesome is how we like to describe it, too.
Italian website Bicilive.it visited Lezyne at Expobici and wrote a very flattering review of our Zecto Drive, Zecto Pro, and CNC Digital Floor Drive. If you speak Italian or would like to visit the website for the full review with pictures, you can check it out here.
"Small brand, but innovative and attentive to functionality and style, here are the pillars of Lezyne .
The brand distributed in our country by LARM , does not disappoint , with a catalog even richer and more especially attentive to the needs of riders of all kinds and extraction . From the rich catalog we present a couple of lighting systems and a floor pump .
Let's start with Zecto Drive, small but versatile light , available in both front and rear axles, the list price of 30 euro .
It is a light compact , high visibility , designed for urban mobility : it has three LED 80 Lumen total , weighs 47 g , use a clip-on mounting system with rubber strap or clip provides an indicator for the level of charge , and is rechargeable via USB.
There are four levels of operation : 80 Lumen Daytime , Blast 40 , 20 Economy , finally Flash 40 lumens. Three colors for the prior model and the same for the rear : polish, black and red.
Zecto Drive Pro
It is the older sister of the Zecto Drive, use for front and rear , weighs 47 g , respectively , and maximum brightness of 160 lumens and 40 . It's always three LEDs, with clip-on fastening system with four modes of operation ( Daytime 160/40 , Blast 80/20 Economy 40/10 , Flash 40/20 Lumen) , available in color or black polish to retail price of 43 EUR .
CNC Floor Drive Digital
The best of Lezyne of pump from the ground. The evolution of the acclaimed CNC Floor Drive , made of aluminum with CNC machining . Now includes a digital pressure gauge for maximum accuracy and readability. The other characteristics remain unchanged : nylon braided hose , reinforced aluminum connectors , anodizing long-lasting finish polish black or silver terminals ABS Flip -Thread Chuck / Chuck SPeed / needle balls , the maximum pressure of 220 PSI/15 Bar
"Lezyne is celebrating their seventh year in production and continues to introduce products with their signature design. The latest in lights is the above pictured Zecto Drive Pro (left) and Zecto Drive."
"Primarily of interest to mechanics who do a lot of shock service and demo truck drivers, for 2014 Lezyne is releasing what may be the world’s first floor shock pump (shock floor pump?). Sure, the ultra-high pressure (to 300psi), low volume pump will inflate tyres, but that would take ages. No, the Shock Digital Drive intended to be a huge improvement in speed and accuracy over the pumps shipped with most suspension forks. A new digital gage shared with some road models is said to be accurate to within 3%, making consistent settings quick and easy."
Some recognition for our innovative design. Check out the full article here.
"We found that the Zecto Drive Pro lived up to the run times quoted in our ‘first look’ . A rechargeable unit brings obvious benefits, chief of which is the avoidance of a ride scuppered by the failure of dry batteries, which always seem to give their last when a big ride is in the offing."