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Lezyne Strip Drive Pro Tail Light

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Strip Drive Pro Tail Light

Lezyne's Strip Drive Pro Tail Light takes some pressure off of your reflective clothing by taking on the responsibility of helping you stay visible to motorists on dimly lit roads. The Strip Drive Pro has a higher lumen output than most tail lights, and it emits them with three steady and six flashing modes.

  • Rear tail light to help you stay seen on roadways
  • 5 LED lights offer a powerful 300 lumens
  • Varying modes play a role in different parts of the day
  • Rechargeable batteries are convenient and cost-efficient
  • Mount provides a secure attachment
  • Item #LEDH14K

Bulbs
5 LED
Power Source
cable-free recharging USB stick
Modes
9 (3 continuous, 6 flashing)
Lumens
300
Burn Time
2-20.5hrs
Mount
clip-on
Waterproof
yes
Includes
mounting strap
Claimed Weight
69g
Recommended Use
commuting, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating: 5

The Brightest Rear Light

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This light is BRIGHT! I got this light when I was looking for a taillight to use during the day and this was the brightest one (lumens) I found. I've found the build quality to be great as it's survived a number of rainy rides. I also enjoy having a lot of different modes for different scenarios. The light remembers your last mode so it's no big deal. I absolutely love this light and never leave for a ride without it.

>Rating: 3

Does the job

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I use for daytime riding so I only use 2 of the many modes. I haven’t outlasted it and it charges quick. Holds tight to different shaped posts. Only con is that dirt collects in the crevasses and is hard to clean due to their small size. You have to use a brush if it’s a dirty ride and the muck dries on the light. Not a deal breaker, just a pain. But, I would recommend.

>Rating:

Would this fit a D-shaped seatpost? My current light is meant for round seatposts and will shift to one side or another

>Rating:

Would this fit a D-shaped seatpost? My current light is meant for round seatposts and will shift to one side or another

>Rating:

Would this fit a D-shaped seatpost? My current light is meant for round seatposts and will shift to one side or another