Lezyne Zecto Drive Light Pair

Be seen and not heard.

Lezyne decided not to include a deafening siren with the Zecto Drive Light, and that was a good decision. No one wants to be mistaken for a fire truck, and the three LED bulbs in each light are bright enough that there's no need for an audible alert, because everyone will see you coming before they can hear you. The Zecto offers 180-degree visibility, so you'll be seen from all sides, and the Maximum Optical Reflection beam helps you see and be seen more easily than other bike lights. Lezyne designed the mount to attach just about anywhere, and engineered the lights to be easily removable, so you can slip them off to prevent theft when you park your bike outside. Multiple flashing and steady modes let you choose the lighting you prefer, and you can easily recharge the Zecto using the included micro USB cable.

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Great viz; short battery

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I rarely ride in true dark, but often in dusky conditions. I also just like the visibility for safety at any time. These things really cut the mustard on the visibility side, but I find the battery life shorter than advertised. I'll set them on a 4-hour setting, and finish a 3-hour ride and find the light (particularly the rear) has cut back automatically to a very dim power save mode. Nonetheless, I still think these are great lights, as many sets I see out there really don't put out enough light to really increase your safety.

Get seen!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you are looking for a light to make you seen while you are out on the road look no further. These like are bright but small. You can literally attach them anywhere on your bike or helmet. I really like how they are easy to put on and take off and they are rechargeable with a standard mini usb charger.

Nice lights, but some problems

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are nice lights for being seen. I don't ride in the dark, but like having these in early morning, gloomy days, or at dusk to make me more visible to drivers. They hold a charge for maybe 4 hours of ride time, so recharge every other ride. My biggest complaint is with the on/off and mode buttons. Very hard to get them to turn on, turn off, or change mode. Have to push and hold multiple times and with slightly different direction. They always work, but only after some frustration and some pain to my fingertips.