Lezyne goes big with Mega Drive LED 1000 Lumens

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Friedrichshafen, Germany – Today is a day the Lezyne crew has been working all year to bring the public – the day we launch the Mega Drive. This light represents the culmination of all that Lezyne has learned in development of the new Year 6 LED line.

The Mega Drive is an ultra high-powered, 1000 lumen, self-contained, performance LED light system. Constant Current electronics allow dual LEDs to emit light at a steady lumen output, producing more light over a longer period of time. The CNC-machined all-aluminum body can be opened to allow access to the replaceable battery pack (Infinite Light) and a standard USB charging port, like all of our rechargeable lights. The sculpted aluminum body is not just for show. The ribbed exterior actually serves as heat fins to maximize the efficiency of the LED light, and providing more light for your ride.

The Mega Drive has four standard modes: Enduro (500lm), Blast (1000lm), Economy (200lm), and Flash (200lm). To cater to the performance and endurance LED light users, the Mega Drive features Race Mode – an alternate power mode that switches between Blast (high) and Economy (low) modes with a single push of the power button.

The Mega Drive attaches to handlebars with the existing Composite Matrix hard mount (same clamp used on the existing Year 5 and new Year 6 XL LED lights), as well as a new CNC-machined aluminum hard mount. It is available as a standard (light, USB charging cable, CM handlebar mount) and loaded package (light, USB charging cable, AL handlebar mount, extra battery, CM storage box).

Mega Drive spec summary:

  • Price: Standard $199.99 / Loaded $249.99
  • Enduro: 500Lm / 3hrs
  • Blast: 1000Lm / 1.5hrs
  • Economy: 200Lm / 7hrs

For more information about the Mega Drive, visit the Lezyne Eurobike booth (B3-107) or visit the Lezyne website.

Source: Patrick Ribera-McKay

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  • Catmando says:

    I like the basic set-up. I don’t like the look of the mount but if it works that’s all that really matters. There is no info on what LED set-up is being used. That is a mistake if you are serious about marketing a product. I would also like to see what the battery set-up is like. If you can use off the shelf 18650 cells that will be a big plus. The choice of mode menu is a nice touch. $ 249 is a little high but $200 is doable if the beam pattern has a nice mix of throw and flood. Just keep in mind that there are already torches made that house two 18650 cells, work with a single XM-L emitter and sell for about $40.

  • Iori says:

    Where to buy this light?

  • siohsikay says:

    seriously, i’d love to know where you can get a light like that for $40

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