Lezne Super Drive XL FullyLoaded.
Last edited by AnthonyMcEwen; 05-23-13 at 02:01 AM.
Last edited by AnthonyMcEwen; 05-23-13 at 01:59 AM.
No experience with them myself, but have read that the Lezyne lights are decent. One upside is that it takes a non-proprietary battery.
You might find this an interesting read on the Super Drive XL. http://reviews.mtbr.com/lezyne-super...ights-shootout
TBH I was thinking about giveing a eBay XML a go....as I'm gonna struggle justifying that much for a bike light to my parents lol.
Explain to them the many ways it's safer and more reliable. They don't want their precious little baby getting run over, do they?
Originally Posted by AnthonyMcEwen
Hahah....TBH its my money so I can spend it on what I like I don't really need permission seeing its er well my wages haha...truthfully as much as I like the fancy light like lyzen / exposure I don't really as of yet do enuf night rideong must the odd cycle down country lanes every now and again, so think I will give the magic shine clones A go, I can always upgrade to something nicer later on....that andnim saving for a MTB as it is...
Although in truth I could well imagine my mums reaction to me buying a light costing that much hahaha not that it would stop me , never has done before....
Its a good job I don't have the money cos I really like some of the high end exposure lights like the sixpack and the reflex but my skills and use age can't justify it yet.....one day though.... Meanwhile I will just keep oggglin the club members ones ...
Wow that was a long post.
I don't ride at night often enough to buy a bike specific light. I use a xm-l flashlight as a front blinker and it bright enough for night time use. If I were going to ride regularly at night I think I would try the Fenix bike light.