Lezyne Strip Alert Drive 150 Rear Light, Black

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Lezyne Strip Alert Drive 150

The Strip Alert Drive is an advanced LED bike tail light with Lezyne's custom programmed “Alert” technology. It features Lezyne's Wide Angle Optics lens that provides up to 270° of visibility and an innovative automatic braking sensor. When decelerating, the light will turn solid like a brake light and then provide a distinct flash pattern once stopped to alert riders or vehicles from behind. The light will then change back to its previous output mode once the rider resumes his or her ride. Its co-molded construction is super compact, highly water resistant, and boasts five LEDs for up to 175 lumens of output. With 11 output modes, including a Daytime Flash mode, it’s got options for any time day or night. A versatile mounting system attaches to aero or round posts and it’s micro-USB rechargeable. This is the ultimate cycling taillight for the incredible daytime visibility and superior visibility after dark.


Features:

  • Max 150 lumens / 57 hour runtime in Flash mode.
  • New 800 mAh battery. Larger battery, longer runtimes.
  • New mounting style to fit shorter seat posts with USB plug and cable.
  • Wide angle optics with 270 visibility for maximum safety.
  • Aero seat post compatible.
  • Lightweight and durable.
  • Detects when you are breaking to emit a bright light alerting others you're stopping
  • IPX7 water resistant co-molded design.


SPECS

  • MAX LUMENS: 175
  • WEIGHT: 66g
  • MAX RUNTIME: 27 hours


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